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Adam R. White
Attorney at Law
Adam White graduated cum laude from Creighton University School of Law in 2007 and is an Partner with Erickson | Sederstrom’s Healthcare, Corporate Law and Litigation practice groups.  He is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts of both Iowa and Nebraska.  Mr. White practices extensively in healthcare law and advises both acute-provider and long-term care clients on regulatory and compliance issues relating to Stark and Anti-Kickback Laws, HIPAA, EMTALA and other enactments affecting providers of Medicare and Medicaid reimbursed services.  Other areas practiced by Mr. White include drafting, review, and negotiation of contracts for the firm’s corporate and healthcare clientele and general civil litigation of matters ranging from insurance defense to corporate litigation.

Additional Information
Adam is currently an adjunct Professor of the Law at Creighton University.  Adam was the co-coach of a competitive trial team at Creighton's law school that competed at the 2011 PR Trial Advocacy Competition in Puerto Rico in the fall of 2011.  Adam teaches Pretrial Litigation at the law school.  Prior to attending law school, Mr. White worked in the long-term care industry serving as both an admissions director for a local skilled nursing and assisted living facility, and as the director of marketing and admissions for the eastern region of Nebraska with a national long-term care corporation.

Practice Areas of Expertise

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About Our Compliance Programs
June 14, 2010
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Office Location
Regency Westpointe
10330 Regency Parkway Drive Suite 100
Omaha, Nebraska 68114-3761
(402) 397-2200


Creighton University (B.S., Health Administration and Policy; Certificate of Business Administration, 2003) Creighton University (J.D., cum laude; Certificate of Concentration in Litigation, 2007) Member, Buffalo-Niagara National Invitational Trial Team, 2006 CALI Award (highest grade): Witness Examination Skills; Legal Writing and Lawyering Skills II

Member Of
Nebraska Bar Association Iowa Bar Association Omaha Bar Association American Health Lawyers Association

Civic Information
Mr. White is a member of St. Vincent de Paul Parish and is actively serving on Parish council.  He dedicates time to assisting the housing corporation for the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity at Creighton University.  Mr. White also serves as an adjunct professor of law at Creighton University School of Law.

Admitted To
Nebraska, 2007 Iowa, 2007 United States District Court of Nebraska United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa United States District Court for the Southern District of Iowa


Employers Counsel Network

The Employers Counsel Network (ECN) is comprised of carefully selected top-level law firms, with just one firm in each of the 50 states, Washington D.C. and Canada, with recognized expertise in labor and employment law. 

Each ECN firm was selected due to its recognized expertise and reputation as a leading firm in labor and employment law area.  Attorneys at each of the 52 ECN firms are also well known as editors of their respective state's Employment Law Letter.  Mark M. Schorr is the Editor of The Nebraska Employment Law Letter.

Mr. Schorr, Mr. White, and Erickson | Sederstrom are the exclusive Nebraska representatives in the ECN.