Former Labor and Employment Law Chair Brian Culnan Joins Barclay Damon
September 18, 2018––Barclay Damon announces the arrival of Brian Culnan, partner, to the firm’s Albany office. He joins Barclay Damon as a member of the Health Care Controversies, Labor & Employment, and Commercial Litigation Practice Areas. Culnan was the long-time chair of the Labor and Employment Practice Group at Iseman Cunningham Riester & Hyde, LLP.
With over 25 years of state and federal litigation experience, Culnan concentrates on litigation involving hospital credentialing and discipline decisions; managed care liability; health insurers’ contractual rights of recovery; Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement; and Article 78 proceedings. He also helps clients navigate professional misconduct investigations and governmental investigations for federal Stark, HIPAA, EMTALA, and ADA statutes violations.
Culnan additionally handles employment matters involving employment discrimination, discharge and termination, enforcement of restrictive covenants, protection of trade secrets and other proprietary business information, whistleblower and retaliation claims, wage-and-hour claims, and ERISA.
“We are delighted to have Brian join the ranks of the accomplished litigators in our Health Care Controversies, Labor & Employment, and Commercial Litigation Practice Areas,” John Langan, the firm’s managing partner, said. “With decades of legal experience and a deep understanding of the inner workings of multiple business sectors, Brian will be instrumental in continuing to expand our cross-industry service offerings in the Capital District and beyond.”
Barclay Damon attorneys team across offices and practices to provide customized, targeted solutions grounded in industry knowledge and a deep understanding of our clients’ businesses. With nearly 300 attorneys, Barclay Damon is a leading regional law firm that operates from a strategic platform of offices located in the Northeastern United States and Toronto.
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