Archives for Catherine H. Gillespie

Catherine H. Gillespie

Catherine H. Gillespie

Of Counsel / Philadelphia

P: 215-772-7254

HIPAA Waivers and “Enforcement Discretion” During COVID-19

April 28, 2020

The Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) has implemented limited 1135(b) waivers of certain Medicare requirements while the HHS…

Title IX Update: DoE Releases Significant Proposed Changes

November 16, 2018

By Paul W. Apicella

This morning the Department of Education released a revised draft of proposed changes to regulations governing the obligations of higher…

CMS Issues Final Requirements for Participation for Long Term Care Facilities: First Complete Update Since 1991

October 11, 2016

Catherine H. Gillespie

On October 4, 2016, the Federal Register published the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services revised requirements for long term…

Therapy animals gain campus acceptance

August 2, 2016

University Business
By Stefanie Botelho

Pets can help students cope with stress, depression and other mental disorders. But until recently, this well-documented remedy did not…

“Therapy Animals” Unleashed in University Housing

June 16, 2016

The University of Nebraska at Kearney signed a consent order with the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and Kent State…

Montgomery McCracken Partner Catherine Gillespie Appointed to Ralston Center Board of Managers

October 18, 2013

PHILADELPHIA-Montgomery McCracken partner Catherine Gillespie, chair of the firm’s Higher Education Practice Group, has been appointed to serve on the…

Complying with the Clery Act — Important Tips and Updates

September 24, 2013

The Annual Security Report required by the Clery Act is due October 1, 2013.  Crime statistics for 2012 are to…

Forum Addresses Critical Issues for Colleges and Universities

March 28, 2013

At a higher education forum held at Montgomery McCracken on Monday, March 25, firm attorneys John M. Myers, Donald W….

Montgomery McCracken’s This Year in Nonprofit Law in its 22nd Year

December 4, 2012

On November 28, Montgomery McCracken, along with Don Kramer’s Nonprofit Issues® presented the 22nd Annual This Year in Nonprofit Law,…

The Clery Act – A Strong Reminder About Compliance in Light of the Penn State Tragedy

July 17, 2012

The Freeh Report on Pennsylvania State University – an independent investigative report commissioned by Penn State’s Board of Trustees, in…

Health, Safety and Security Issues, the Subject of Area Colleges and Universities

August 10, 2011

Catherine H. Gillespie, speaker on legal issues At a meeting of the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), Montgomery McCracken partner…

Co-venturing Can Create Benefits for Business and Charity But May Be Regulated By Disclosure Laws

June 25, 2010

Charities and for-profit businesses can often cooperate on promotional efforts that increase the sales of the business and generate substantial…

Red Flag Rules – August 1st Enforcement Date Extended Until November 1st

April 30, 2009

On July 29th, the FTC extended the enforcement date for its Red Flag Rules (the “Rules”) from the already extended of August…