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Women’s Health and Technology

Holistic Counsel for Women’s Health Innovators

​Leveraging our deep transactional, regulatory, intellectual property, and litigation experience in life sciences, our team of attorneys provides women’s health and technology clients with creative and nimble advice. Having operated in this sector for decades, we are mindful of the particular needs and nuances associated with navigating change for females and those who identify as females. Whether you call this sector FemTech, women’s health, or any other moniker, we’ve done it, driven it, and are doing it. We are the firm clients turn to for guidance on these issues.

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Our Approach

Our Women’s Health and Technology practice, founded and led by Health Law and Corporate Members, has been working with companies, entrepreneurs, and investors focused on addressing unmet needs in women’s health for decades. 

Health Law

From clinical research through commercialization and beyond, our interdisciplinary group delivers creative solutions and a full spectrum of support to companies.

Privacy Law
  • Focus on patient privacy rights
  • Counsel health care providers and companies in the health care industry on the intersection of federal and state privacy and security requirements governing the collection and use of personal data and health care information.
Corporate and Securities

Significant transactional experience, including with IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, licensing and complex collaborations, distribution deals, and private financings.

Industry Areas of Focus
  • Fertility
  • In vitro
  • Pregnancy
  • Contraceptive / contraception
  • Menstrual / menstruation
  • Reproductive health
  • Sexual health
  • Prenatal
  • Postnatal
  • Medical devices
  • Implantables
  • Gender-affirming care
  • Pre and post-natal mental health support
  • Medication abortion
  • Remote monitoring
  • Digital Health
Policy Resource Hub

Mintz Health Law attorneys worked in conjunction with Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG) to launch a 50-state legislative resource for reproductive health, the Policy Resource Hub (, which details updated reproductive rights laws in all fifty states. L4GG created this resource in response to an urgent need identified by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and with the support of 1,000 pro bono attorneys and law students. 

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