“Love What You Do” is on a sign in Libby’s office for good reason: she loves her work as a dynamic public policy advocate, lawyer, strategist and facilitator. Clients hire her to delve deep in the issues, devise a strategy and execute on many fronts. Libby works primarily on policies and issues confronting health and technology stakeholders, but she also touches on the insurance industry. She has built trusted relationships with U.S. and international government agencies, law enforcement, and policymakers on both sides of the aisle.
Much of Libby’s work relates to digital health — the intersection of internet, technology and health, including:
Internet pharmacies and pharmacy compliance.
Telemedicine / telehealth.
Opioid and substance use disorder issues online, including the Ryan Haight Act.
Pharmaceutical supply chain security and integrity.
Counterfeit, falsified and substandard medicines.
Drug price transparency.
Internet governance and ICANN policy.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulatory and user fee reforms.
International regulatory harmonization and capacity building.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Libby Baney