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Samantha P Kingsbury

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Boston
617.348.1829



Education

  • Boston University (JD, 2009)
  • College of the Holy Cross (BA, 2006)
  • College of the Holy Cross (BA, 2006)

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts

Languages

  • Spanish

Samantha’s practice focuses on health care enforcement defense matters. These matters often involve criminal and administrative actions brought against health care providers and companies by state and federal governmental and regulatory agencies. She also has experience in assisting clients with internal investigations of potential violations of the federal anti-kickback statute, the Stark law, and the False Claims Act, among other statutes and regulations. Samantha also has experience preparing self-disclosures and other reports relating to such enforcement matters, as well as developing internal compliance programs. 

In addition to enforcement defense matters, Samantha handles licensure and regulatory filings for a variety of health care clients, with a focus on hospitals and clinical laboratories. In this capacity, she has worked on several large transactions in Massachusetts involving the change of ownership of major hospital systems. Similarly, Samantha has assisted national clinical laboratories with respect to licensure and reimbursement issues resulting from a change of ownership.

Samantha also handles a wide variety of pro bono matters at Mintz Levin. She helps manage the firm’s Lawyers Clearinghouse program, through which Mintz Levin attorneys provide legal representation to residents of Boston-area homeless shelters. She also represents victims of domestic violence through the firm’s Domestic Violence Project. 

Before joining Mintz Levin, Samantha completed a fellowship as a Special Assistant District Attorney for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. In this role she prosecuted several jury and bench trial matters, handled evidentiary motions and conducted arraignments and pre-trial hearings.

During law school, Samantha served as a legal intern at Casa Myrna Vazquez, Inc., a nonprofit organization working to end domestic violence in the lives of women and children. At Mintz Levin, Samantha continues to work with victims of domestic violence through the firm’s Domestic Violence Project. She also participates in a variety of other pro bono matters. 

In 2008, Samantha was a Mintz Levin Summer Associate.

During law school, she served as administrative editor of the American Journal of Law and Medicine.

Recognitions & Awards

  • Phi Beta Kappa

Professional & Community Involvement

  • Member, American Health Lawyers Association