Martha Ann Knutson
Martha Ann Knutson Attorney and Counselor at Law 16885 West Bernardo Drive, Suite 100 San Diego, CA  92127 858.705.6633 mak@mknutsonlaw.com
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Education: Graduate Certificate, Healthcare Corporate Compliance, The George Washington University, 2010 J.D., Washington College of Law, American University (cum laude) B.A., Political Science, University of Houston Honors College (summa cum laude, University Honors, Honors in Major) Bar Admissions and Certification: Federal and State courts in Maryland, District of Columbia, and California Certified in Healthcare Corporate Compliance Professional Associations: San Diego County Bar Association Lawyers Club of San Diego (Co-Chair, Policy and Bylaws Committee) North County Bar Association Maryland State Bar Association (Past Chair, Health Law Section) California Society of Healthcare Attorneys (Editorial Board, California Health Law News) American Health Lawyers Association Health Care Compliance Association Publications: Co-author, “Lawyers as Business Associates: No Excuses”, AHLA Connections, June 2014 “California Privacy - Never a Dull Moment” and “The HIPAA Omnibus Rule -- After a Few California Twists,” California Health Law News, May 2014 “ACA 101: The Affordable Care Act and You”, Insider, Healthcare Executives of Southern California, Winter 2013 “The Affordable Care Act - in 1000 Words or Less”, North County Lawyer, September 2013 “So You Want to be a Business Associate?”North County Lawyer NCBA, May 2013 To Be or Not to Be - A Business Associate”, Compliance Today, HCCA, April 2013 “Agency Comes of Age Beware Increased Liability Exposure under HIPAA”, Practice Group email alert, AHLA, January 2012 “In search of: the Excluded,” Compliance Today, HCCA (November 2011) “Subpoenaing Medical Records – The Rules Have Changed” The Advocate, Maryland State Bar Association, 2005 Comment comparing District of Columbia alternatives for responding to incapable patients, Mid- Atlantic Ethics Committee Newsletter, University of Maryland School of Law, Spring 2002 “EMTALA: Fourteen years and counting – at last”, Newsletter, Health Law Section, Maryland State Bar Association, Winter 2001 Comment regarding the effect of "Baby Doe" and other child welfare regulations on pediatric healthcare decision-making, Mid-Atlantic Ethics Committee Newsletter, University of Maryland School of Law, Summer 1996 "The Perils and Rewards of Video Surveillance", The Journal, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, April 1993