Caron O’Brien CrummeyDirector
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Hinman Straub provides comprehensive legal services and government relations to a wide range of business entities and charitable organizations. Our team is made up of professionals with extensive and varied business and legal experience which enables our firm to address the unique needs of organizations regardless of size.
Hinman Straub has a specialized team of government relations professionals and attorneys with extensive expertise in various practice areas, including Energy & Telecommunications and Health Care. We provide legislative, regulatory and legal advice and representation to a wide variety of clients on a broad spectrum of issues and offer legal and market impact analysis on key legislation impacting various industries.
Our current clients include energy and telecommunications companies (both large and small), trade associations, emerging high-tech companies, HMOs, insurers, home health agencies and adult care facilities. Our goal is always to ensure that each client has the knowledge and expertise necessary to be successful in New York’s ever-changing and uncertain legislative and regulatory environment.
Caron O’Brien Crummey is a member of the Firm’s Government Relations department, specializing in health care, energy & telecommunications, and government relations matters. She joined the Firm with 27 years of experience in the New York State Senate Majority, most recently serving as team leader and program director for Health, Human Services and Education in the State Senate Majority Counsel Program Office.
Ms. O’Brien Crummey was chief advisor to the Senate Majority Leader on all health care matters, including access, financing, delivery and public health. As program director, Ms. O’Brien Crummey supervised policy analysts and counsels on health, medical malpractice, human services, education and all matters relevant to the City of New York. She was the principal negotiator on significant health care-related legislation, including the Health Care Reform Act (HCRA) of 2000 and 2002, medical malpractice reform, Timothy’s Law, nursing home rebasing and assisted living legislation.Show more +
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