July Rising Star Breakfast

Jun 29, 2012

Come share your morning with some of Connecticut’s brightest rising stars! July 10th's Rising Star Breakfast (7:30-9am at The Bushnell) will feature J. Bruce Boisture, of Counsel, Day Pitney, LLP, Kevin Counihan, the CEO of the Connecticut Health Insurance Exchange, and Theodore Tucci, a Partner at Robinson & Cole, LLP.  They will be discussing "The U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on Healthcare Reform" and we’ve got 10 tickets to give away!  Leave a comment on this blog post by noon on July 5th for a chance to attend! (Winners will be notified the afternoon of July 5th via email)

Bruce Boisture advises business and not-for-profit clients with regard to major transactions, significant contract disputes, and financings at Day Pitney, LLP. He has experience working with start-up companies and in turn-around situations in a wide variety of industries, including banking, insurance, medical devices, data management and communications, and investment management. He has represented institutional investors in the assertion of their claims with regard to their investments in residential mortgage backed securities. Most recently, he has helped lead the working group focused on hospital mergers, acquisitions, and joint ventures.

Kevin Counihan has worked for 30 years in health care and health insurance, most recently as president of Choice Administrators Exchange Solutions in Orange, Calif., which assists states in creating health exchanges by 2014 as mandated by federal health care reform. Connecticut's health exchange is expected to be up and running as an online marketplace for health insurance by 2014.

Ted Tucci is cochair of the Health Law Group and is a partner in the Litigation Section, where he chairs Robinson & Cole, LLP's Health and Benefits Litigation Practice. Mr. Tucci has extensive experience in the representation of managed care organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and life, health, and disability insurers. Mr. Tucci's experience includes defending class action claims arising out of drug formulary systems, Medicaid claims, physician networks, and market conduct claims.

1 Comment

  1. 1 Rico Dence 02 Jul
    I am looking forward to hearing there view on the supreme court decision on health care..    


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