Michelle focuses her practice on life sciences and health care transactions and health care compliance matters.
She advises pharmacies, PBMs, plans, and other stakeholders on a variety of drug supply chain issues. Michelle has experience drafting and negotiating PBM services agreements, rebate contracts, pharmacy services agreements, clinical trial agreements, and pharmaceutical support services contracts.
Michelle counsels clients on HIPAA compliance issues and represents clients before regulators in HIPAA compliance matters.
Prior to joining Mintz, Michelle was an associate in the Government Contracts group and subsequently the Health Care Regulatory group of another large law firm, where she advised clients on a variety of regulatory and compliance issues. Michelle drafted, reviewed, and negotiated contracts relating to specialty pharmacy services and distribution arrangements, 340B program participation, pharmaceutical support services, and related matters. She also worked on health care transactions, drafted organizational policies and procedures, and prepared communications to the Food and Drug Administration.
While in law school, Michelle was a legal intern with the Department of Homeland Security, first in Immigration and Customs Enforcement and later in the Transportation Security Administration.
Before pursuing her legal career, Michelle held project management positions for companies in Oregon and Maine.
- George Mason University (JD, magna cum laude)
- University of Maine (BA, summa cum laude)
- Member, American Health Lawyers Association
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, Military Spouse J.D. Network