Frank Eugene Foster
Frank Foster has been involved with the EMS community since he started practicing law. Working as general counsel to the Bureau of EMS, he helped draft many of the laws that provide the basis for modern emergency services and developed the legal scheme for modern EMS in Missouri. After moving into his own practice, he started EMS Legal Services with the goal of using his expertise to help guide those involved in emergency services. Beginning with ambulance districts, Frank expanded the practice to include fire protection districts and 911 districts. Today, Frank is the leading expert on emergency law in the State of Missouri.
Frank Foster is also a veteran of the wars in Vietnam & Korea, having served in the United States Armed Forces with honor.
Shimer College (with distinction)
Washington University, School of Law
Saint Louis, Missouri
Missouri State Bureau of EMS
Authored decisions on & conducted eighty-five public convenience & necessity hearings; Served as General Counsel to the Department in Counsel's absence; Wrote grants that brought millions of dollars into Missouri; Published over thirty legal articles for BEMS Newsletter; Served in Office of Injury Control & Prevention
HIPPA Privacy Rules for Dispatchers
Roles & Responsibilities for Board Members
42 USC 1983 Liability for Board Members
Firing the Handicapped without ADA Liability
Implications of the New Changes in the FLSA Rules
The Hancock Amendment; How Does it Affect me?
Review of Fee Rule Poses Questions
How to Balance Sunshine Law Requests with Employee
Why Firing the Whistleblower Exercising Fee Speech
makes You feel Better until You get Sued
You Make the Call: Analysis of Need for Regulatory
DEA & BNND Registration & Record Keeping
Can You Really Discharge a Disabled Employee?
Two Licensed Personnel Rule in Majory Emergencies
The New Concealed Weapons Law - A Model Policy
HIPAA Privacy Rules: The Twenty Most asked Questions
Sales Tax for Ambulance Districts - Why is it Proving to be
Update on Federal Wage & Hour and EMS
Federal Wage & Hour Law Revisited
42 USC 1983: A Large Exception to Sovereign Immunity
Sovereign Immunity, Official Immunity and the Missouri
Public Dusty Doctrine for EMS
EMTALA and the Transfer of Psychiatric Patients
Top Ten 911 Dispatch Center Questions