Bethany Bacci is a member of Stoel Rives’ Employee Benefits Group and counsels public and private employers on how to stay in compliance with the Internal Revenue Code, ERISA, HIPAA, COBRA, and the other statutory and regulatory regimes; qualified and nonqualified retirement plans; health and welfare plans; and executive compensation arrangements.
Gabby Hansen is an associate in Stoel Rives’ Benefits, Tax and Private Client group. Gabby counsels clients on various employment law-related issues with a focus on employee benefits. Gabby has experience assisting private and public employers. She provides strategic advice to clients so that they can avoid common issues and navigate compliance concerns smoothly. In addition to advice, she enjoys drafting plan documents and assisting clients with health and welfare and retirement plan set-up and design changes.
Genta Iwasaki is a healthcare transactional and regulatory attorney. He has experience advising physician groups, independent physician associations, private equities investing in the healthcare space, pharmacies, and other healthcare entities in mergers and acquisitions, operational and contracting matters, general corporate counseling, provider contracting, fraud and abuse, Stark Law / Anti-Kickback Statute, government reimbursement and audit, insurance regulation, privacy and security, corporate practice of medicine, and mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect, among others.
Reilley Keating is an experienced trial lawyer who uses her strong research, persuasive writing and creative problem solving skills to help clients effectively resolve disputes.
Her practice focuses on complex civil litigation, commercial business and contract disputes, condemnation and real property actions, health care litigation and consumer protection actions. She represents businesses, public entities, educational institutions and individuals as plaintiffs or defendants in a variety of state and federal courts, on appeal, and in arbitration and mediation. Reilley has tried cases in several different jurisdictions, taken and defended many depositions, and managed large-scale discovery.
Rachel Lee helps her clients with a variety of business litigation, with a specific focus on appellate matters. When advocating for her clients on appeal, Rachel draws on her previous experience serving as a judicial clerk for Judge Susan P. Graber of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Whether at the appellate or trial court level, clients in industries as diverse as healthcare, construction, manufacturing, utilities, and online services have come to rely on Rachel’s assistance in navigating complex civil litigation.
Sarah Oyer focuses her practice on health care law with an emphasis on regulatory compliance. She works with clients including hospital and health care systems, managed care organizations, physician practice groups, pharmacies, laboratories, and insurers on a variety of health care and privacy matters, including health care reform implementation, models for health care delivery, and compliance with fraud and abuse, physician self-referral, insurance, privacy, corporate practice of medicine and other laws and regulations governing the provision of health care services.
Terri Rambosek is a health care lawyer with extensive experience and knowledge of the complex regulatory environment that affects business operations and strategic transactions of health care organizations and providers. Her collaborative approach, business insights, and communication skills enable Terri to provide practical advice and support based on an in-depth understanding of an organization’s strategic goals.
Laura Rosenbaum is a partner in the Labor & Employment group. She represents clients in employment-related litigation in court and before administrative agencies. Her experience includes defending employers against a wide range of employment claims relating to employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation; medical leave laws; disability accommodation; wage & hour disputes; and workplace torts, as well as litigating non-competition agreements.