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David Alfini and Adam Guetzow Author Bloomberg BNA Article on the Illinois Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Long-Term Care Facilities Act Revisited

April 22, 2016

David J. Alfini and Adam S. Guetzow, Chicago-based attorneys in the Personal Injury & Property Damage practice at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, authored the article, "Cutting Through the Confusion—The Illinois Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Long-Term Care Facilities Act Revisited," published by BNA's Health Law Reporter on April 21, 2016.

The article is a follow-up to their previous piece written for Bloomberg BNA which discusses the understanding of how the state of Illinois has opted to regulate the electronic monitoring in long-term care facilities and the challenges that the facility management are facing to date. The article addresses:

Read the full article below, "Cutting Through the Confusion - The Illinois Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Long-Term Care Facilities Act Revisited."

David Alfini focuses his practice on helping his clients control their risk both inside and outside of the court room.  Mr. Alfini has developed a national practice representing clients in a variety of matters such as construction defect, product liability, adult long-term care, toxic exposure, premises liability and auto liability cases.  

Adam Guetzow's practice primarily focuses on serving clients in the commercial/residential services and healthcare services arenas. Within the healthcare arena, in addition to handling matters involving long-term care facilities, Mr. Guetzow has also developed a focus on defending Section 1983 civil rights actions alleging deliberate indifference to medical needs. 

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP is a national law firm with approximately 500 attorneys providing coordinated legal services across the United States and in London. Hinshaw lawyers partner with businesses, governmental entities and individuals to help them effectively address legal challenges and seize opportunities. Founded in 1934, the firm represents clients in complex litigation and in regulatory and transactional matters.

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