Margaret A. Bartiromo focuses her practice primarily on health care law and employment law.
Physician groups, hospitals and other providers look to Margaret for advice on a broad range of business, governance and regulatory matters, including risk management and HIPAA compliance. Margaret also drafts and reviews physician employment agreements and works with providers to appeal Medicaid audit findings.
In the employment field, Margaret's broad experience includes counseling national, regional and local clients on a wide variety of matters, such as hiring, wage and hour issues, performance management and discipline, employment policies and manuals, discrimination and harassment, and non-competition and other restrictive covenants. She also drafts and negotiates offer letters, employment agreements and separation agreements and provides practical advice on the day-to-day issues that arise in the employer-employee relationship.
Additionally, Margaret is called on to counsel advertising agencies, sales promotion agencies, entertainment companies and national advertisers on the design, structure and execution of contests, sweepstakes and other games of chance, and she reviews advertising claims for legal compliance.
Within the firm, Margaret is a frequent contributor to the Working Together and Connecticut Health Law blogs due to her ability to clearly articulate the impact of laws on clients and their businesses.
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News & Insights
- Don’t Just Leave Leave Alone: Whether You Have 1 Employee or 100, Private Employers Must Act Quickly to Comply with Changes to Connecticut’s Family and Medical Leave Law01.14.2022
- PREVIEW of United States Supreme Court Cases, 01.2022
- Dealing with Religious Objections to Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements: The EEOC Issues Clarifying Technical Assistance for Employers10.26.2021
- A Critical Warning to Federal Contractors and Subcontractors with Unvaccinated Employees: Time is Running Out to Comply with President Biden’s Vaccination Mandate10.21.2021
- Information Blocking FAQs – The April 5th Implementation Deadline Has Passed; What Providers Need to Know04.08.2021
- Recent Changes to CDC Guidance May Allow Employers to Safely Return Employees Exposed to COVID-19 to Work in Fewer Than 14 Days12.14.2020
- Southern District of New York’s Decision to Invalidate Health Care Provider Exclusion and Work Availability Requirement of FFCRA May Have Implications for Connecticut08.07.2020
- Governor Lamont Orders Mandatory COVID-19 Testing of All Nursing Home and Assisted Living Agency Employees06.03.2020
- More Money for Hospitals and Other COVID-19 Caregivers: Federal Provider Relief Fund Replenished and Disbursement Begins04.24.2020
- Connecticut Allows New Telehealth Capabilities and Further Expands Clinical Workforce in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic04.24.2020
- Executive Order Limiting Liability for Connecticut Providers Responding to COVID-19 Grants Protections for Health Care Professionals and Hospitals Grappling With Pandemic04.05.2020
- Connecticut Further Expands Coverage of Telehealth Services During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency03.20.2020
- Connecticut Colleges and Universities Should Develop Opioid Antagonist Policies Now So They Can Be Approved and in Place By January 2020 Deadline09.18.2019
- Connecticut Health Law, 02.18.2022
- Connecticut Health Law, 12.30.2021
- Working Together, 12.14.2021
- Connecticut Health Law, 09.24.2021
- Connecticut Health Law, 08.10.2021
- Health Care Providers Should Take Note of Recent Repeals and Extensions of COVID-Related Executive OrdersConnecticut Health Law, 06.04.2021
- Connecticut Health Law, 01.27.2021
- US DOL Issues New Enforcement Guidance on Electronic Workplace Posters and Telemedicine under the FMLAWorking Together, 01.11.2021
- Working Together, 05.11.2020
- Connecticut Allows New Telehealth Capabilities and Further Expands Clinical Workforce In Response to COVID-19 PandemicConnecticut Health Law, 04.24.2020
- Connecticut Health Law, 04.23.2020
- New Liability Limitations for Health Care Providers and Added Workforce Flexibility in Connecticut Should Not Obscure Duty to Treat During PandemicConnecticut Health Law, 04.09.2020
- Executive Order Limiting Liability for Connecticut Providers Responding to COVID-19 Grants Protections for Health Care Professionals and Hospitals Grappling With PandemicConnecticut Health Law, 04.06.2020
- Update on Connecticut’s Response to COVID-19 Crisis: Governor Forms Health System Response Team; CMS Grants Connecticut a Waiver of Certain Medicaid RequirementsConnecticut Health Law, 03.31.2020
- Connecticut Health Law, 03.23.2020
- Connecticut Health Law, 02.19.2020
- Connecticut Health Law, 09.16.2019
- Connecticut Health Law, 02.04.2019
- Working Together, 12.03.2018
- Working Together, 11.08.2018
- Connecticut Health Law, 09.24.2018
- Connecticut Health Law, 08.30.2018
- New Guidance from State and Federal Courts for Employers Who Require Arbitration of Employment DisputesWorking Together, 07.17.2018
- Working Together, 05.30.2018
- Working Together, 03.22.2018
- Working Together, 03.08.2018
- Connecticut Health Law, 01.31.2018
- Working Together, 01.25.2018
- CT Supreme Court: Patients Have Right to Sue Physicians for Unauthorized Disclosure of Confidential Medical RecordsConnecticut Health Law, 01.17.2018
- Working Together, 12.11.2017
- Connecticut Health Law, 11.20.2017
- Connecticut Health Law, 11.01.2017
- Working Together, 08.02.2017
- Connecticut Health Law, 07.17.2017
- Connecticut Health Law, 07.11.2017
- Working Together, 06.12.2017
- Working Together, 06.01.2017
- Working Together, 05.16.2017
- Working Together, 04.27.2017
- Connecticut Health Law, 04.20.2017
- Working Together, 02.28.2017
- Connecticut Health Law, 02.08.2017
- Working Together, 01.26.2017
- Connecticut Health Law, 12.28.2016
- Working Together, 11.11.2016
- Working Together, 10.27.2016
- Connecticut Health Law, 10.26.2016
- Cefaratti v. Aranow - Connecticut Hospitals May Be Vicariously Liable for Negligence of Non-Employee PhysiciansConnecticut Health Law, 06.29.2016
- Connecticut Health Law, 06.17.2016
- Connecticut Health Law, 03.05.2016
- Connecticut Health Law, 10.01.2015
- Connecticut Health Law, 01.10.2015
- Connecticut Health Law, 01.03.2015
- New Connecticut Law Requires Disclosure of Certain Transactions Involving Group Medical Practices, Amends the CON Law, and MoreConnecticut Health Law, 07.01.2014
- Connecticut Health Law, 02.09.2014
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Our attorneys routinely advise our clients on best practices to meet the challenges presented by dramatic changes in labor and employment laws.
Our Health Care attorneys counsel hospitals and physicians dealing with these economic pressures and represent physician groups and hospital systems in negotiating merger and asset acquisition agreements and employment and independent contractor agreements.
Bar and Court Admissions
- New York
Columbia University School of Law, J.D.
Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, M.A.
Hunter College of the City University of New York, B.A., summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa