Kristen focuses her practice on health care transactions, regulatory matters, and general contracting. Her experience includes counseling clients on both investing in and exiting from the health care space, drafting compliance plans and policies, facilitating deals and conducting due diligence to assess risk, addressing employment issues for health care entities, and assisting companies with formation and reorganization.
Prior to joining Mintz, Kristen was an associate in the health law group in the New York office of a Philadelphia-based national law firm. In that role, she handled a wide variety of compliance inquiries, servicing numerous types of health care providers, including local hospitals and physician practices. Earlier, she was an associate in the health care practice group and a summer associate in the Long Island, New York office of an international law firm, where she was engaged in the health care industry but also represented companies outside of health care in mergers and acquisitions and on general corporate, operational matters.
While attending law school, Kristen externed at William & Mary’s Athletic Compliance Office and a Virginia-based national law firm. She also served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Joseph F. Bianco of the US District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Her law school activities included serving as both a member of the William & Mary Business Law Review and a Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project fellow.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kristen A. Marotta