Dan Hancock

Overview of Experience and Nature of Practice:

Dan focuses his practice on helping clients navigate the minefield that is the health care industry. He assists clients with complex regulatory issues, structural and compliance concerns, HIPAA issues, government investigations, contracting, and when all else fails, litigation. Dan also tackles intellectual property transactions and litigation for clients in all types of businesses who are looking to proactively protect their interests or who have to defend them.

Dan also specializes in litigation technology, including e-discovery and electronic resource coordination.

Dan served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky, where he primarily prosecuted civil health care fraud and assisted US Attorneys’ Offices nationwide with updating their e-discovery platforms, policies, and practices.

Dan is a 2011 graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Law, and had the honor to serve as a law clerk for United States District Court Chief Judge Jennifer B. Coffman of the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky until 2013. Before law school, Dan designed and developed websites in central Kentucky.

Education

University of Kentucky College of Law, J.D., 2011

University of Kentucky, B.A. (English & Classics), 2000

Bar Admissions

Kentucky (2011); Eastern District of Kentucky; Western District of Kentucky; Southern District of Indiana; Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals; Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Memberships

Kentucky Bar Association; Louisville Bar Association; American Health Lawyers Association; International Legal Technology Association

Life Beyond the Law

Dan is a runner, a bit of a geek, and a Roman history nut. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids and their two dogs.

Community Involvement: Dan volunteers for Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Bluegrass, and is a Fall 2018 Graduate of Get on Board, a program provided in Lexington by The Plantory designed to train interested individuals to be qualified non-profit board members.