Philip E. Paine
Philip focuses his practice on counseling clients with transactional and regulatory matters related to health care and business. He has experience advising health care clients on a variety of issues related to HIPAA and data security, Certificates of Need, Medicare and Medicaid compliance, practitioner and vendor contracts, formation of accountable care organizations and clinical research. He helps draft and negotiate agreements including those for professional services, confidentiality, HIPAA business associates, as well as data protection addendums and works closely with clients on creating efficiencies with standard documents.
Philip also assists public and private landowners with land use due diligence and permitting.
- Washington State Bar Association
- Young Lawyer Liaison to the Health Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association
- American Health Lawyers Association
- American Bar Association, Business Law Section
Foster Pepper Local Open Government Blog
Philip Paine is a contributor to Foster Pepper's Local Open Government Blog.
Public Records in Private Devices: How Public Employees' Article I, Section 7 Privacy Rights Create a Dilemma for State and Local Government
Washington Law Review, Volume 90, Issue 1, 2015
J.D., University of Washington School of Law (with high honors), 2015
- Order of the Coif
- Washington Law Review, Managing Editor
B.A., Seattle University (cum laude), 2011
- Dean’s List
- Omicron Delta Epsilon, Member
Foster Pepper PLLC
- Associate, 2015-Present
- Summer Associate, 2014
Washington Court of Appeals for Division II, Judicial Extern, 2014
Research Assistant to Professor Steve Calandrillo, University of Washington School of Law, 2013-2014
Office of the Attorney General, Law Clerk, 2013