Mr. Jamison’s 30 plus years of law practice encompass a wide variety of trial practice in business disputes, land use issues, insurance litigation and healthcare litigation. Early in his career, Mr. Jamison represented the defendants in a historical “wrongful life” case before the California Supreme Court, which case significantly restricted the type of damages available for such cases. He has represented hospitals and physicians in a wide variety of healthcare disputes that include, among others, government obligations for indigent care, physician discipline, and closed departments. His trial practice has also included, among the others noted above, eminent domain, development fees (for the developer and for the public entity), title matters, and intellectual property.
Having represented Fresno’s Community Medical Centers in litigated matters and other disputes for many years, Mr. Jamison was asked to and served in the late 1990’s and early 2000 as outside General Counsel for this hospital system, which at the time consisted of three general acute care hospitals and had over 5,000 employees. In this capacity, Mr. Jamison became intimately familiar with, among other matters, the fraud and abuse laws and regulations, as well as other regulations that are uniquely applicable to hospitals and healthcare providers. From this experience, Mr. Jamison brings rare practical knowledge to the needs of healthcare providers for legal services. Mr. Jamison is Chair of Dowling Aaron Incorporated’s Health Law Section.
Mr. Jamison’s detailed curriculum vitae, current as of August 2015, can be reviewed by clicking here.
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