The following articles were authored by Michael.

  • »  October, 2015 - The American Health Lawyers Association, in the Vol. 9, No. 1 edition of the AHLA Journal of Health & Life Sciences Law, published Michael's article entitled, "Arbitration: Clause Drafting Guidance Under the AHLA Rules and Suggestions on Selecting an Arbitrator."
  • »  March, 2014 - In "Major Changes in Health Care ADR," published in the March, 2014, edition of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal, Michael reviewed significant changes to the rules of the American Arbitration Association and the American Health Lawyers Association.
  • »  August, 2011 - In "The Arbitration of Healthcare Employment Cases," Michael noted the upward trend in the arbitration of employment disputes, contrasted the AHLA and AAA rules, and discussed ways in which attorneys can make the arbitration process work to their advantage.
  • »  June 2010 - In the article, "Courts will examine PPACA's constitutionality," published in Managed Healthcare Executive, Michael J. Jordan discussed the nature of pending legal challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
  • »  Winter 2010 - In the article, "A Physician's Last Chance," published by the Federal Litigation Section of the Federal Bar Association, Michael Jordan and John Schiller discussed the challenges facing attorneys for hospitals or doctors when contesting, through the state or federal court system, a physician's loss of hospital privileges.
  • »  September 2009 - In the September 2009 edition of the American Bar Association's Health eSource, Michael J. Jordan recommends a proactive approach by attorneys for all parties in his article, "Representing the Disruptive Physician." "Representing the Disruptive Physician."
  • »  March 2009 - Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association's Bar Journal; "What's Left of the Peer Review Privilege?"
  • »  November 2007 - In the November/December, 2007 issue of Northern Ohio Physician, Michael discussed the practical implications of the Health Care Quality Improvement Act of 1986 in his article entitled, "Concerns with the National Practitioner Data Bank"
  • »  September/October 2006 - "To Compete or Not to Compete", as published in and reproduced by permission of Cleveland Physician Magazine
  • »  2005 - "The Biggest Legal Mistakes Physicians Make and How to Avoid Them:, SEAK, Inc. Two chapters: Commercial (Not Professional Liability) Litigation; and When A Practice Or Other Business Is Being Acquired
  • »  May 2002 - Client Briefing on Health Care: Court Holds Medical Staff Bylaws are Binding Contract Between Physician and Hospital and Upholds Findings of Interference with Patient Relationships.