Norman P. Jeddeloh
Normal P. Jeddeloh is a partner in the Litigation Practice Group of Arnstein & Lehr LLP. He has an established complex litigation practice in the areas of education law, health care law, labor and intellectual property. He is experienced in mass tort litigation in the medical device area. He serves or has served as outside general counsel to numerous mid-size and smaller companies an HMO and a pharmaceutical company. Mr. Jeddeloh has worked in private practice in Chicago since 1985. Prior to that time, he served in various positions in the University of Illinois Counsel’s Office in Chicago and as Staff Counsel for the American Medical Association. He is also Chair of the firm’s Higher Education Law Group.
Professional Activities and Achievements
Mr. Jeddeloh served from 1977 until 2003 as assistant professor at the University of Illinois School of Public Health. Since 1985 he has served as a legal advisor to Hospital Risk Management in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a former chair of the Health and Hospital Law Committee of the Chicago Bar Association and is a member of the National Health Lawyers Association. He has served as co-chair of the Health Sciences Section of the National Association of College and University Attorneys, and is currently a member.
Mr. Jeddeloh has published extensively. He is the author of “Managed Health Insurance Coverage Rights – HIPAA, COBRA, CHIP and SCHIP,” with Irina Shelest, published in Illinois Jurisprudence, Health Law, Part 3; “Pharmaceuticals and Dietary Supplements in Medical Practice” published in The Law of Medical Practice in Illinois, Section 39:13; “Uniform and Anatomical Gift Act and a Statutory Definition of Death,” published in Transplantation; “Special Legal Problems with Organ Donation,” published by Surgical Clinics of North America; “Legal Aspects of Transplantation,” published in Renal Transplantation; Chapters on “Academic Health Sciences Centers” and “Human Subject Research” appearing in the Legal Deskbook for Administrators of Independent Colleges and Universities published by the Center for Constitutional Studies at Notre Dame Law School; “Physician Contracts Audits: A Hospital Management Tool,” published in the Journal of Health and Hospital Law; “The Ostensible Agency Doctrine: More to the Point than Darling,” published in Hospital Law; and “Use of Arbitration in the Health Care Industry: Nonlabor Matters,” published in the Journal of Health and Hospital Law.
Northwestern University School of Law (J.D., 1971)
University of Notre Dame (B.A. with honors, 1968)
State of Illinois
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (including Trial Bar)
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
Third Circuit Court of Appeals
U.S. Supreme Court