Danielle Holley

About Danielle Holley

Danielle is an associate with our Health Law department. Danielle is involved in representing and advising a broad spectrum of health care and social service provider clients in civil litigation, transactional work, fraud and abuse, HIPAA, compliance and other regulatory and general business matters. Danielle has experience in, among other areas, state and federal regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, general civil litigation, guardianship and administrative hearings. Danielle also has clinical ethics experience and advises clients on the ethical and legal requirements related to health care delivery.

Absher v. Momence: A Mixed Decision—Limiting and Expanding the False Claims Act

In the ever-expanding area of the federal False Claims Act, the recent decision by the 7th Circuit in Absher v. Momence Meadows Nursing Center Inc., limited pursuing a False Claims Act violation under the worthless services theory but potentially expanded what administrative reports do not trigger the public disclosure bar of the False Claims Act. […]

“I Might Be Injured, Someday…Maybe?” Courts Question Plaintiffs’ Standing in HIPAA Breach Suits Alleging Future Harm

Illinois courts have now dismissed two class action law suits against Advocate Health and Hospitals Corporation (“Advocate”), stemming from a July 2013 breach of personal health information (“PHI”) when four unencrypted laptop computers were stolen from Advocate’s administrative offices.  The computers collectively contained the PHI, including names, addresses, dates of birth, Social Security Numbers, diagnoses, […]