Carrie is a seasoned healthcare law, biosciences, and antitrust attorney. In her healthcare law and biosciences practice, she assists healthcare systems, surgical centers, physician groups, long–term care facilities, hospices, home health providers, and entities engaged in the clinical research across the State of North Carolina and beyond. Carrie’s antitrust experience covers a variety of industries with a particular focus on healthcare antitrust matters.
Carrie routinely counsels healthcare clients on licensure and certification, enrollment and reimbursement, accreditation, certificate of need, regulatory and compliance issues, and medical staff matters. Carrie has significant arbitration and trial experience, appearing in both state and federal courts as well as in administrative proceedings. Because of her experience and acumen, she has been selected to serve as a member of the board of directors of the North Carolina Society of Health Care Attorneys, and she has broad connections within the industry.
Carrie prepares and negotiates clinical trial agreements, confidentiality agreements, investigator–initiated study agreements, material transfer agreements, and grant funding agreements. She advises clients on compliance matters related to human subject protection, including the Common Rule, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, and other privacy matters, as well as site and investigator obligations and Institutional Review Board responsibilities.
Carrie assists clients with a variety of antitrust matters. She advises clients on pricing, distribution, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and Hart–Scott–Rodino premerger notification filings. Though she works with clients in a variety of industries, she has a particular focus on healthcare antitrust matters.
Carrie has also worked in a pro bono capacity representing North Carolina’s abused, neglected, and dependent children in the capacity of an appellate guardian ad litem attorney advocate since 2006.