Penny Hahn is Counsel in the Commercial Litigation, Corporate and Health Services Practice Groups. She counsels healthcare providers, including hospitals and physicians, on corporate transactions and regulatory matters.
Penny’s experience includes preparing and negotiating employment agreements, on-call agreements, professional services agreements and vendor contracts.
She represents and counsels individuals and businesses on various legal issues, including business/commercial disputes, health care and insurance. She has defended and prosecuted state and federal lawsuits. She has appeared before state and federal trial courts and arbitration forums, and conducted examinations under oath in the defense and prosecution of insurance claims.
She has represented banks and corporations as lenders, both secured and unsecured, in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy cases.
For healthcare clients, she assists with physician practice acquisitions and advises them on state and federal healthcare laws, including the Stark law, the Anti-kickback Statute, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, nonprofit law and the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act. Penny has also prepared and negotiated clinical trial agreements, research site agreements and IRB authorization agreements, and she has counseled clients regarding clinical research issues.
Previously, Penny practiced in the Civil Litigation Division of the New York City Human Resources Administration’s Office of Legal Affairs, and with a Charleston, West Virginia, law firm in the area of litigation.
A past Director and Secretary of the Mid-Hudson Women’s Bar Association, Penny is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association. She also is a volunteer with Meals on Wheels. Penny is a 2014 graduate of the Dutchess Regional Chamber of Commerce’s leadership program. She is a former Vice President and Director of Common Ground Farm and a past Director of the Beacon Arts Community Association.
66 South Pearl Street
Albany, NY 12207
United States District Court for the Northern, Eastern and Southern Districts of New YorkEducation
Washington and Lee University School of Law, Juris Doctor
Charleston Southern University, B.S.