Jesse C. Dresser, Esq. joined Frier Levitt in 2010 and has been with the firm since graduating magna cum laude from Seton Hall University School of Law. Since that time, Jesse has developed a thorough knowledge of State laws as they pertain to pharmacy practices, insurance billing practices, and PBM regulation. In addition, Jesse routinely lectures to compounding, specialty and retail pharmacies regarding a variety of topics, including proper submission of claims to insurance companies, compliant pharmacy and compounding practices, and methods of growing a pharmacy business while avoiding scrutiny from both payors and regulators. Through his experience with the Pharmacy Law team, Jesse has developed an in-depth knowledge of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and its implementing regulations. Jesse has represented numerous clients in connection with audits, network admission efforts, and network terminations. Jesse regularly communicates on behalf of pharmacies with management and general counsel for numerous pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) and insurance companies.
In addition to his work with pharmacy clients, Jesse also represents a variety of other entities including other healthcare providers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, healthcare technology companies, and wholesalers. Through this work, Jesse has focused on the intersection between the law and economic considerations, including drug pricing, marketing techniques, and benefits management.
Jesse is a Partner in the Pharmacy Law Group with a focus on payor issues and litigation.
Seton Hall University School of Law, Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude
University of Connecticut, Magna Cum Laude
In 2017, Jesse presented a webinar regarding “DIR Fees: What Are They and What Can Specialty Pharmacies Do About Them” in conjunction with National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP).
In November 2016, Jesse presented a webinar “Trends in Payor Contracting Strategies for Specialty Pharmacies” for Mediware.
In June 2016, Jesse presented “Tips on Handling and Responding to Inspection Reports, 483s, and Warning Letters” at the 2016 Compounders On Capitol Hill Conference.
In March 2016, Jesse discussed healthcare law and his work representing community, compounding and specialty pharmacies on the “Attorney Talk” podcast hosted by Ken Thayer.