Daniel Graver is an associate in the health practice.
Practice & Background
Mr. Graver’s practice focuses on health regulatory, legislative and transactional matters, with a specific focus on data privacy including HIPAA and FTC data privacy analysis. Mr. Graver is part of Akin Gump’s interdisciplinary cybersecurity, privacy and data protection initiative.
Mr. Graver received his J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law where he was an associate editor for the Texas Law Review.
Prior to law school, Mr. Graver served in Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ D.C. office as her legislative assistant for health policy, business and appropriations. He also has three cycles of statewide and federal campaign experience managing teams in Arizona and California.
Mr. Graver is a member of the Pro Bono Committee and the American Health Lawyers Association.
- panelist, “Understanding and Applying Ethics and Confidentiality Rules in the MLP Context,” webinar hosted by the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnerships (July 9, 2015)
- panelist, “Unpacking Issues of Confidentiality and Privacy for Medical-Legal Partnerships” and “Understanding and Applying Ethics and Confidentiality Rules in the Medical-Legal Partnership Context,” Medical-Legal Partnership Summit: Applying the Medical-Legal Partnership Approach to Population Health (April 8-10, 2015)
- panelist, “Data Sharing Between Health Centers and Housing Providers: Using Data to Target, Refer and Coordinate Care for Frequent User Patients,” Webinar hosted by HRSA and CHS (February 26, 2015)
- panelist, "State and National Legislation: The Next Frontier for MLPs," The National Center for Medical–Legal Partnership Annual Conference (March 26, 2012)