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The higher HIPAA hurdle By Elliott C. Bankendorf and Sherry L. Rollo Intellectual Property, March 2007 In April 2001, the Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information (the “Privacy Rule”) issued under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) became effective.
Hopping the HIPAA hurdle: Proving trademark use in the healthcare industry By Elliott C. Bankendorf and Sherry L. Rollo Intellectual Property, December 2005 How will an attorney, representing an entity covered by HIPAA, prove use of its trademark without violating the privacy standards in HIPAA? Trademark professionals must now address how HIPAA regulations have affected trademark litigation, methods for overcoming the effect of HIPAA, methods of redaction needed to comply with HIPAA, and methods to avoid the obstacles of HIPAA.

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