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Chad P. Brouillard graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell
with a B.A., magna cum laude, and with a dual major in English Literature and
Philosophy. He then graduated from Boston College with a M.A. in Philosophy.
During that time he worked with information technology for area Internet-based
startup companies. Thereafter, in 2003, Mr. Brouillard obtained his J.D. from
St. John University's School of Law with a Dean's List distinction. During
law school, Mr. Brouillard interned with the United States Attorney's Office
and then with the Hon. Joseph M. McLaughlin, United States Court of Appeals,
Second Circuit. He was also a Comment and Notes Editor for the American
Bankruptcy Institute Law Review. Mr. Brouillard is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (2003), State of New Hampshire (2011), State of New York (2004), the Federal District
Court for the District of Massachusetts (2005) and the United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit (2009).
Mr. Brouillard is a national speaker on Electronic Health Records liability, e-discovery, data breach and healthcare technology liability for Continuing Medical Education, Continuing Legal Education and Risk Management programs.
In 2012-2013, he has testified before the U.S. HHS Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) on three occasions as a content expert on EHRs, mHealth and medical liability concerns. On January 24, 2013, Mr. Brouillard was a speaker on "EHR Ediscovery" at the American Bar Association's E-Discovery and Information Governance National Institute Annual Meeting in Tampa, Florida. Mr. Brouillard authored the articles,"Emerging Trends in Electronic Health Record Liability" and "The Impact of E-Discovery on Healthcare Litigation" for the Defense Research Institute's national magazine, For
the Defense. In addition, he authored "The Silent E-Discovery Revolution in State Court" for the Massachusetts Bar Association's Civil Litigation Section Review, among others.
Mr. Brouillard has been named as a Massachusetts “Rising Star” attorney by Boston Magazine for 2011 & 2012. He also has been given a "Superb" 10/10 Avvo Attorney Rating for the years 2010-12.
Present areas of practice include Medical Malpractice Defense, Healthcare Law, Healthcare e-Discovery, Healthcare Data Breach Response, Healthcare Technology, Representation of Medical Professionals before State Licensing Agencies, and General Civil Litigation.
Memberships include: the Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association (Board of Directors. Communications Chair), the Defense
Research Institute (E-Discovery Liaison for the Medical Liability Committee 2008-2012; SDLO Liaison - Massachusetts, 2010-2012), the American Health Lawyers Association, the Massachusetts Society for Healthcare Risk Management, and AHIMA.
Reported Decisions: Martino v. Malone, 81 Mass. App. Ct. 1130, 965 N.E. 2d 227 (2012) which holds that an expert submission to a medical malpractice tribunal is insufficient where the expert fails to specifically explain how the alleged harm is causally related to the alleged malpractice.