Fox Names Elizabeth Litten as Firm’s HIPAA Privacy Officer

January 15, 2016 – Press Releases

As part of Fox Rothschild’s ongoing commitment to protecting the confidential and personal information of clients and employees, the firm has named Partner Elizabeth G. Litten as its first HIPAA Privacy Officer.

“We are committed to taking every step possible to ensure the privacy of health care information in our possession on behalf of our clients and employees,” said Thomas D. Paradise, Fox Rothschild’s General Counsel. “As our health care practice continues to grow nationally, Elizabeth will serve as a valuable resource for our firm’s HIPAA related matters as well as for our clients facing related health law privacy concerns.”

This announcement follows on the heels of the firm naming Mark McCreary as its Chief Privacy Officer. Both positions complement the firm’s robust data privacy and health law practices and further the firm’s mission to protect sensitive data for clients and employees.

Named as one of the leading health care attorneys in New Jersey by Chambers USA, and active in the public and private sectors, Litten serves as national and regional counsel to hospital systems, health care facilities, health plans, technology companies, physicians groups and a wide range of other health care-related organizations and entities. With more than 25 years of experience in the industry, she has become a go-to source for regulatory health care matters throughout the nation.