Jamie Baskerville Martin

Director

Jamie, a partner in McCandlish Holton’s Health Care Practice Group, represents health care providers in regulatory, transactional, and antitrust matters.

Jamie advises hospitals and physician groups on all aspects of their operations. She maintains an extensive Certificate of Public Need practice, representing applicants in all stages of COPN review. She represents hospitals and physician groups in mergers, joint ventures, and other relationships, helping clients navigate the numerous state and federal laws and regulations governing such transactions.

At the University of Virginia School of Law, Jamie was a Dillard Legal Writing Fellow and received the Daniel Rosenbloom Award for academic assistance to fellow students. Before entering law school, Jamie was a legislative assistant for health care issues in the United States House of Representatives.

Recognitions

  • Best Lawyers in America, since 2005
  •     Richmond Health Care Law "Lawyer of the Year," 2014
  • Virginia Business, “Legal Elite,” since 2003
  • Virginia Super Lawyers, since 2006
  • Top 25 Women Virginia Super Lawyer, 2007 and 2008
  • Virginia Lawyers Media, “Influential Women in Virginia,” 2010
  • Inside Business, “Top 40 under 40,” 2002

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Virginia Bar Association Health Law Section Council, Vice-Chair
  • Virginia State Bar, Health Law Section
  • University of Virginia Law School Foundation, Class Agent, Class of 1996
  • Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services, Board Member
  • American Heart Association, Go Red for Women Sponsorship Committee
  • World Pediatric Project, pro bono counsel
  • Hope for Humanity, pro bono counsel
  • Grace Church, Goochland, pro bono counsel
  • Co-Chair of the Metro Richmond Women’s Bar Association Public Service Committee, Past co-chair 

Publications and Presentations

  • Medical Staff/Hospital Relationships: Diagnosing the Problem, Treating It, and Practicing Wellness, American Bar Association, 2014
  • 2014 Health Law Introduction & Update, Part II: Real Estate and Equipment - Certificate of Public Need, 124th Annual Meeting of the Virginia Bar Association, 2014
  • What is Healthcare ADR Post Healthcare Reform, and What Should Health Lawyers Know about It?, Virginia Bar Association Health Care Practitioners’ Roundtable, 2013
  • Self-Referral Law & Certificate of Public Need Primer, Virginia CLE Seminar, 2013
  • ACA/PPACA/Health Care Reform: A New Beginning, Virginia Bar Association Annual Meeting, 2013
  • What Every Virginia Lawyer Should Know About Health Law, Virginia CLE Seminar, 2013
  • Certificate of Public Need: Background and Current Developments, Eighth Annual Virginia Bar Association Health Care Practitioners’ Roundtable, 2012
  • Strategic Hospital Transactions: An Overview, University of Virginia School of Law, 2012
  • Regulation and the Future of Healthcare, University of Virginia School of Law, Law and Business  Symposium, 2012
  • PPACA’s Impact on Physicians, VBA Health Care Practitioners' Roundtable, 2011
  • Healthcare Reimbursement and the Impact of Federal Reform, VA Health Law Legislative Update & Extravaganza, 2011
  • An Overview of Health Care Reform, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Richmond, 2011
  • Understanding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, VBA Health Law Section Annual Business Meeting, 2011
  • In-House Counsel: A Panel Discussion, VBA Virginia Health Law Legislative Update, 2010
  • Clinical Trials and Tribulations, VBA Healthcare Practitioner’s Roundtable, 2010
  • Nuts and Bolts of Healthcare Reform, 2010
  • The New SMFP: One Year Later...And More Changes Ahead?, Virginia Bar Association Health Law News, 2010
Practice Areas
Contact Information

1111 East Main Street
Suite 2100
P.O. Box 796
Richmond, Virginia 23218-0796

call (804) 775-7216

fax (804) 775-3800

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Education
  • University of Virginia, J.D.
  • James Madison University, B.S., magna cum laude
Admissions
Virginia State Bar


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