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Jeffrey S. Bromme

Execuitve Vice President and Chief Legal Officer

Adventist Health System

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Adventist Health System

900 Hope Way

Altamonte Springs, Florida,32714

United States

Company Description

Adventist Health System is a faith-based health care organization headquartered in Altamonte Springs, Florida. A national leader in quality, safety and patient satisfaction, Adventist Health System's more than 80,000 employees maintain a tradition of whole-per... more.

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Eleven individuals provided testimony by way of deposition: Nancy Cascioli, William Goldberg, Nathan Shapiro, Richard Meller, David Heller, Zachary Judd, Josef Athanas, Rebecca Kolbe, and Jeffrey Bromme; Mr. Toney and Ms. Clay provided deposition testimony in addition to their testimony at hearing.
The following morning, August 22, 2003, Arnold & Porter investigators, Jeffrey Bromme, a partner with the firm, and Charles Malloy, his associate, arrived at DVI. Mr. Bromme provided a detailed description of the issues raised by Ms. Kalkunte during the interview. Mr. Bromme testified that Arnold & Porter had been aware "from the beginning" that its retention would not be approved at the outset just as all the other major professionals would not receive immediate approval. Bromme Deposition at 81. In addition, Arnold & Porter had been aware that because Deloitte & Touche was one of its important clients, and because Deloitte & Touche had served as DVI's accountant, there could be a problem obtaining Court approval. Id. at 84. Mr. Bromme testified that this relationship had been disclosed to the Special Committee from the beginning, and that while arguments had been developed to defend the retention of Arnold & Porter notwithstanding its relationship with Deloitte, "everybody in the case recognized during September that those arguments might not succeed. Id. at 85. Mr. Bromme testified as to what degree having not received Court approval affected Arnold & Porter's investigation. As the retention application was to be brought for hearing in early October 2003, Mr. Bromme testified that "the aim was to responsibly discharge their investigatory task during September [2003], obtain court approval in early October [2003], and then go to the 'second phase.'" Bromme Deposition at 78. Mr. Bromme testified that the investigators wanted to do as much "legwork as [they] could without being on the scene" so that when the investigators returned "at the end of September [2003] for a three-day series of interviews, those could be done efficiently. Id. at 77-78. Mr. Bromme further stated that Arnold & Porter was "conscious of the fact that [DVI] was downsizing dramatically during that time period and wanted to ensure that the witnesses preliminarily determined to be important to the fact-gathering process would remain available. Id. at 78. Mr. Bromme testified that Ms. Kalkunte was the only person substantively interviewed that day. [15] Mr. Bromme testified that this issue had also been identified in a memo written by another DVI employee, and that he followed up on this issue with her. Bromme Deposition at 47.


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