Jack M. Hartman Joins CGA Law Firm
York, PA (May 2015) – CGA Law Firm is pleased to announce that Attorney Jack Hartman has joined the firm, bringing extensive experience in Health Law and Litigation.Since 2005, Jack has served as an arbitrator and mediator in a wide variety of matters in litigation throughout our region, bringing complex and highly disputed matters to an amicable conclusion without further court proceedings.
"Jack is an outstanding attorney with extensive skills and quality experience. He is a welcome addition to our growing litigation group, supplementing the Firm’s capabilities in handling cases, whether modest or complicated. Further, Jack provides alternative dispute resolution services as a mediator, as does former Judge John Uhler, who joined the Firm last year. Jack also has health care law experience that can enhance our efforts in that ever-changing area of law,” said Firm President, Jeff Rehmeyer. “In addition to being a top notch lawyer, Jack is also a leader and dedicated member of our community.”
For over 35 years, Attorney Hartman has appeared before the state and federal trial and appellate courts of Pennsylvania on behalf of individual, business and health care clients in complex civil litigation. Former Senior Vice President, Legal Services, Geisinger Health System, Hartman’s health care practice includes representation of physicians, hospitals, payors and health care systems in integration strategies, regulatory compliance, reimbursement issues, provider contracting, medical staff issues and employment contracts.
A graduate of Davidson College and The Dickinson School of Law, Jack began his legal career as a Captain in the U. S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps before establishing his private law practice throughout Central Pennsylvania. He has served on the Court Relations and Court Rules Committee and the Arbitration Panels of both the Dauphin and Cumberland County Bar Associations, and as a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and various defense and health care associations, both locally and at the state and national level. Presentations have included before the National Health Lawyers Association, the National Oncology Practice Alliance, the Georgia Society of Clinical Oncologists, the Pennsylvania Society of Internal Medicine, the Pennsylvania Trial Judges and the Pennsylvania Superior Court Health Law and Medical Malpractice Sessions.
Jack notes, “Having established my Health Law and Litigation practice throughout Central Pennsylvania, I am delighted to have the opportunity to join such a reputable firm in the region that will allow me to coordinate my practice with highly skilled and dedicated attorneys in related fields of law. Working with Judge Uhler to build a mediation and arbitration service is certainly an exciting plus.”