Cory Fox provides legal services to the healthcare industry. His practice is concentrated on assisting clients in responding to healthcare data breaches under HIPAA/HITECH regulations and related state laws. He also provides assistance to healthcare providers in the areas of regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse enforcement, and other related legal issues.
During law school, Cory clerked for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Counsel to the Inspector General in Washington, D.C., where he gained significant experience in a variety of healthcare fraud and abuse enforcement practice areas, and the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas, where he worked on healthcare information privacy and security issues. Cory was also elected Chief Articles Editor of the Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy and was a member of multiple award winning interscholastic moot court teams as both a brief writer and speaker. Upon graduation, Cory was inducted into the National Order of Scribes, an organization recognizing graduating law students who are outstanding legal writers.
Prior to entering law school, Cory worked as a research and development chemist for an industrial biotechnology company and as a research assistant in the Department of Pulmonary Medicine at MD Anderson Cancer Center where he helped develop an inhaled treatment and delivery system designed to protect cancer treatment patients with diminished immune systems from opportunistic infections.
Cory is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the American Health Lawyers Association and the American and Houston Bar Associations.
He is a regular contributor to BakerHostetler’s Data Privacy Monitor blog.
11/19/2013 - Special Edition: Health Law Update - November 19, 2013
10/17/2013 - Health Law Update—October 17, 2013
10/4/2013 - Regulation of Compounding Pharmacies Continues to Evolve with House Passage of "Drug Quality and Security Act"