Jennifer L. Hilliard
Jennifer is of counsel in the Healthcare practice and a member of the Post-Acute & Long-Term Care industry team. She handles significant long-term care and aging services issues and transactions for clients across the healthcare industry. She has extensive experience with nursing home regulatory matters, compliance, and operations.
Jennifer has a deep understanding of Federal public policy as it relates to Medicare and Medicaid regulation, home health and hospice regulation, DEA controlled substances regulation, OSHA and other labor and employment issues affecting aging services providers, and federal non-profit tax issues.
Prior to joining AGG, Jennifer served for more than 18 years in a variety of legal and advocacy-related capacities at LeadingAge, a Washington, D.C.-based association, with a membership exceeding 5,000 non-profit long-term care and aging services providers.
- Villanova University, Juris Doctor,cum laude
- Research/Projects Editor, Villanova Law Review
- Cornell University, Masters of Management in Hospitality
- University of New Hampshire, Bachelor of Arts - English,magna cum laude
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts – 1988
- *Not admitted in the District of Columbia. Supervised by a member of the District of Columbia Bar.
- LeadingAge Legal Committee, 2019-present
- American Health Lawyers Association
- Planning Committee, Long Term Care and the Law Program, 2018-present
- Vice Chair, Post-Acute and Long-Term Services Practice Group, 2008-14
- American Society of Association Executives, Education and Web Development Subcommittees, 2006-09
News & Insights
- NewsJennifer Hilliard Reappointed to LeadingAge Legal CommitteeFebruary 27, 2023 | Rankings & Recognition | LeadingAge
- EventsAGG Attorneys Speaking at 2023 GHCA Winter Convention & ExpoFebruary 21, 2023 | Speaking Engagements | Alpharetta, Georgia
- PublicationsWalking the Tightrope: Best Practices for Supporting Nursing Home Residents’ Right to Sexual Expression While Protecting Them From Sexual AbuseFebruary 8, 2023 | Articles | American Health Law Association
- Out with the Old and In with the New: CDC Issues New Testing Guidance for Nursing Homes
- GAO Report Reveals Alarming Rate of Pre-COVID Infection Control Citations in Nursing Homes
- Nursing Homes Face Steep Hurdles to Reopening Under New CMS Recommendations
- CMS Issues New or Revised COVID-19 Blanket Waivers for Health Care Providers
- CDC Issues COVID-19 Guidance with Focus on Memory Care Residents in Long-Term Care
- CMS Details Enforcement of COVID-19 Nursing Home Reporting and Notification Requirements but Troubling Ambiguities Remain