Philip Gund shares his experience on building a turnaround and restructuring practice
Michelle DiGruttolo and Gary Wingo prepare their presentation on cultural integration
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Richard Altman and Bryan Goubeau work through a project together
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Ankura Names Rachel Platt as Chief Human Resources Officer

September 25, 2017

Ankura Consulting (Ankura) announced today the appointment of Rachel Platt as a Senior Managing Director and Chief Human Resources Officer. A results-driven human resources executive with experience in diverse corporate situations including fast growth, turnarounds, private equity, and professional services firms, Ms. Platt joins the company's leadership team

Will Medicare Cover Total Joint Replacements at Surgery Centers?

August 31, 2017

On July 13, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services released its proposed fee schedule updates for 2018 for ambulatory surgery centers and hospital outpatient departments. The proposal included a modest 1.9 percent increase to ASC rates for 2018; however, the more interesting piece of the proposal related to the potential of CMS reimbursement for total joint replacements in ASCs.

Courtroom Technology: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

August 28, 2017

The introduction of presentation technology into the courtroom brings a great advantage to litigators. However, the proper execution of a presentation using technology involves careful planning. A recently concluded multi-week trial in federal court highlights a critical presentation component that often goes overlooked: What happens when courtroom presenters do not know how to use the technology?