Latosha Dexter and Cory Brown to Address Healthcare HR Administrators

October 11th, 2010   •   Comments Off on Latosha Dexter and Cory Brown to Address Healthcare HR Administrators   

Memphis, TN – Latosha Dexter and Cory Brown, attorneys in theMemphis office of Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell PLC (Rainey Kizer), presented an update on 2012 employment law changes and HR related healthcare issues during the December holiday meeting of the West Tennessee Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (WTSHHRA).

At Rainey Kizer, Dexter’s practice focuses on employment law and local government law.  She is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources and writes regularly on employment law issues for HR Professionals magazine.  Dexter is a graduate of the University of Tennessee School of Law, where she was a member of the law review.

Brown’s practice includes healthcare transactions and regulatory compliance.  He customarily represents hospitals, physician groups and various individual healthcare providers. Brown also is a regular contributor to Memphis Medical News magazine.  He received his law degree, cum laude, from theUniversity ofMemphis, where he served as Notes Editor for the law review.


WTSHHRA is a non-profit organization established exclusively for research, education and information sharing purposes. The objective of the Society is to promote better human resources management by:

  •  Fostering knowledge and competence in personnel practices in healthcare facilities,
  •  Providing optional methods for the interchange of ideas and information relative to the healthcare human resources administration, and
  •  Conducting and participating in educational programs and activities concerning professional and personal development.

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