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Clay Countryman joining Council for A Better Louisiana Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017

Clay J. Countryman has been accepted for the Council for A Better (CABL) Louisiana's Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017. According to CABL's website, the "program enhances the capacity of current and emerging leaders to effectively address key public issues and empowers civic-minded citizens to become involved in issues affecting their communities and the state."

About Clay Countryman:
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About CABL:
In the 1960s business leaders were concerned about the economic and political well-being of Louisiana. They lamented the fact that a century earlier Louisiana was one of the wealthiest states in the nation.

These leaders financed a study to develop what might be done, under proper leadership, to enhance our state to realize its potential and counteract averse trends.

On June 29, 1962 the founding board of directors for the Council for A Better Louisiana was formed.

Clay Countryman joining Council for A Better Louisiana Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017

Clay J. Countryman has been accepted for the Council for A Better (CABL) Louisiana's Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017. According to CABL's website, the "program enhances the capacity of current and emerging leaders to effectively address key public issues and empowers civic-minded citizens to become involved in issues affecting their communities and the state."

About Clay Countryman:
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About CABL:
In the 1960s business leaders were concerned about the economic and political well-being of Louisiana. They lamented the fact that a century earlier Louisiana was one of the wealthiest states in the nation.

These leaders financed a study to develop what might be done, under proper leadership, to enhance our state to realize its potential and counteract averse trends.

On June 29, 1962 the founding board of directors for the Council for A Better Louisiana was formed.

Clay Countryman joining Council for A Better Louisiana Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017

Clay J. Countryman has been accepted for the Council for A Better (CABL) Louisiana's Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017. According to CABL's website, the "program enhances the capacity of current and emerging leaders to effectively address key public issues and empowers civic-minded citizens to become involved in issues affecting their communities and the state."

About Clay Countryman:
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About CABL:
In the 1960s business leaders were concerned about the economic and political well-being of Louisiana. They lamented the fact that a century earlier Louisiana was one of the wealthiest states in the nation.

These leaders financed a study to develop what might be done, under proper leadership, to enhance our state to realize its potential and counteract averse trends.

On June 29, 1962 the founding board of directors for the Council for A Better Louisiana was formed.

Clay Countryman joining Council for A Better Louisiana Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017

Clay J. Countryman has been accepted for the Council for A Better (CABL) Louisiana's Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017. According to CABL's website, the "program enhances the capacity of current and emerging leaders to effectively address key public issues and empowers civic-minded citizens to become involved in issues affecting their communities and the state."

About Clay Countryman:
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About CABL:
In the 1960s business leaders were concerned about the economic and political well-being of Louisiana. They lamented the fact that a century earlier Louisiana was one of the wealthiest states in the nation.

These leaders financed a study to develop what might be done, under proper leadership, to enhance our state to realize its potential and counteract averse trends.

On June 29, 1962 the founding board of directors for the Council for A Better Louisiana was formed.

Clay Countryman joining Council for A Better Louisiana Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017

Clay J. Countryman has been accepted for the Council for A Better (CABL) Louisiana's Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017. According to CABL's website, the "program enhances the capacity of current and emerging leaders to effectively address key public issues and empowers civic-minded citizens to become involved in issues affecting their communities and the state."

About Clay Countryman:
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About CABL:
In the 1960s business leaders were concerned about the economic and political well-being of Louisiana. They lamented the fact that a century earlier Louisiana was one of the wealthiest states in the nation.

These leaders financed a study to develop what might be done, under proper leadership, to enhance our state to realize its potential and counteract averse trends.

On June 29, 1962 the founding board of directors for the Council for A Better Louisiana was formed.

Clay Countryman joining Council for A Better Louisiana Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017

Clay J. Countryman has been accepted for the Council for A Better (CABL) Louisiana's Leadership Louisiana Class of 2017. According to CABL's website, the "program enhances the capacity of current and emerging leaders to effectively address key public issues and empowers civic-minded citizens to become involved in issues affecting their communities and the state."

About Clay Countryman:
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About CABL:
In the 1960s business leaders were concerned about the economic and political well-being of Louisiana. They lamented the fact that a century earlier Louisiana was one of the wealthiest states in the nation.

These leaders financed a study to develop what might be done, under proper leadership, to enhance our state to realize its potential and counteract averse trends.

On June 29, 1962 the founding board of directors for the Council for A Better Louisiana was formed.

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