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For attorneys who must litigate the Affordable Care Act, familiarization of its rules can be daunting and unforgiving. Personal instinct and legal experience in fields outside of health law can often be of little value, as contemporary health care law often appears to contradict business law. Drawing from a variety of legal concepts, this seminar will explain what happens when the worlds of health care and litigation collide. The lessons to be learned are to proceed with caution, and remember to honor and obey the newly laid hierarchy at the heart of this epic (and very long) reform law.