Quint N. McTyeire V


Dentons Bingham Greenebaum
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Louisville, KY 40202

Tel: +1 502 587 3672

Email: holland.mctyeire@dentons.com
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Quint brings 35 years of experience in providing counsel on health care, insurance and administrative law.

Quint has extensive litigation experience in state and federal courts involving a variety of issues for companies in the health care industry, including Medicare Part D PDPs, challenging legislative initiatives, and the interpretation and application of CMS rules and regulations to providers in the Medicare Advantage program. Quint also provides guidance to clients in the health care industry on compliance matters.

Quint works with policyholders and insurance companies on policy review and interpretation and coverage disputes. He often works with private and captive insurance companies to draft a policy in a new area or topic or update an existing policy through an endorsement.

Quint’s clients call him when the need help determining whether existing policies will cover an incident, such as cybercrime, and if not, assist with identifying coverage opportunities. Quint’s practice also includes litigating disputes involving insurance and coverages.

Quint has appeared before the Kentucky Department of Insurance and other regulatory agencies for certificates of needs, rate filings, mergers and acquisitions and in proceedings seeking to clarify or reverse positions taken by the various regulatory authorities.

Quint’s practice also includes appearing before the Kentucky Public Service Commission and other administrative agencies on behalf of companies, and occasionally individuals in the telecommunications, sewer and electric industries.

  • Vanderbilt University Law School, 1984, JD,
  • Vanderbilt University, 1981, BA, Economics/Business Administration, cum laude
  • Extensive litigation practice in state and federal courts involving a variety of issues for companies in the health care industry.
  • Counsel for health care companies in litigation challenging legislative initiatives.
  • Lead counsel for health care company in procurement litigation involving the award of the contract to be the Third Party Administrator for the State Employees Health Plan.
  • Lead counsel in numerous actions concerning provider contracts in both civil actions and arbitrations, involving issues under the FAA.
  • Extensive experience in matters involving the application of Any Willing Provider laws to provider contracts and the preemption of those laws in certain situations.
  • Experience in a variety of administrative proceedings before the DOI, and other affiliated regulatory agencies, for CONs, rate filings, mergers and acquisitions and in proceedings seeking to clarify or reverse positions taken by the various regulatory authorities.
  • Experience with the preemption of state law under the MMA, FEHBA and ERISA.
  • Experience in litigation involving the interpretation and application of the CMS rules and regulation to providers in the MA Program.
  • Experience in litigation involving Medicare Part D PDPs.
  • Extensive experience representing clients in the pharmaceutical industry in the Average Wholesale Price litigation.
  • Experience representing healthcare REIT in commercial litigation.

Global expenditures on health care are approaching seven trillion US dollars a year, or roughly 10 percent of the world’s gross domestic product. More than 70 percent of these expenditures occur in North America and Europe alone. Not surprisingly, opportunities are immense and growing in the health and life sciences industry, for businesses that include: pharmaceutical and device manufacturers, research and development organizations, information technology companies, providers, clinicians, insurers and entrepreneurs of every stripe.

These opportunities are local, national and global. A 100-bed community hospital in Kansas City wants to form a joint venture for an ambulatory surgery center with 11 cardiologists from St. Louis. A children’s hospital in Abu Dhabi wants to partner with a teaching hospital in Paris. A device manufacturer headquartered in Bonn wishes to market its products in Hong Kong. A Russian pharmaceutical company seeks approval from the US Food and Drug Administration for a new anti-coagulant.

The firm must have a presence, on the ground and around the world. The firm must have a deep bench of lawyers who have spent decades immersed in the health and life sciences sector, helping organizations navigate continuously evolving political, regulatory and economic landscapes. The firm must understand each jurisdiction’s health care delivery system—from manufacturer to distributor to provider to patient to payor to policy maker—and the firm must be able to provide each of these players with the full range of strategic transactional, regulatory and dispute resolution counseling services.

With offices in 200+ locations in 80+ countries across four continents, and with more than 100 lawyers, consultants and policy professionals who have spent their entire professional careers exclusively counseling health care life sciences organizations, Dentons is proud to be that firm.

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