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Practice Areas

Practice Emphasis:

Jill’s practice involves advising non-profit and for-profit health care clients on a variety of health care issues, including those relating to medical records, HIPAA, the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark Statute, EMTALA/COBRA, antitrust, proposed joint ventures and affiliations, physician recruitment, physician compensation plans, medical staff-hospital relationships, medical staff bylaws, rules and regulations, hospital administrative policies, emergency department policies, patient consent and record retention programs. Jill also advises employers regarding employment contracts and severance agreements, wage and hour issues, Title VII, the ADA and the Family Medical Leave Act. 

Admitted to Practice:



University of Iowa, J.D., with high distinction, 1993
Concordia College, B.S.Ed., 1984

Other Experience/Achievements:

  • Listed: Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.) (Health Care Law)
  • Listed: Chambers USA, America's Leading Lawyers for Business (Chambers & Partners Publishing) (Healthcare)
  • Member, American Health Lawyers Association
  • Member, American Bar Association Health Section and Law Practice Management Section
  • Member, Medical Group Management Association
  • Member, Board of Directors (2012-present), Vice Chair (2013-present), Christian Retirement Homes, Inc. (Eastmont Towers Community)
  • Member, Board of Directors (2006-present), President (2010-2012), Vice President (2012-Present), Eastmont Towers Foundation
  • Member, Board of Directors (2004-2012), Chair (2009-2011), Immediate Past Chair (2011-2012), People's Health Center
  • Law Clerk to Judge Thomas M. Shanahan, United States District Judge, District of Nebraska and Supreme Court of Nebraska, 1993-1994
  • Order of the Coif
  • Published: "Take These Steps if You Don't 'Wanna Cry'", Physicians Bulletin, July/August 2017
  • Published: Co-authored "The Times They Are A-Changin' ... Everywhere and For Everyone: LB107 and Nurse Practitioners," The Nebraska Lawyer, May/June 2016