Profile

Catherine concentrates her practice in health care law and collaborates on complex projects for clients seeking to maintain their lead or enhance their position within the health care and long term care markets. 

Catherine has experience working with corporate clients to advise health care corporations on business matters. Her practice includes reviewing and counseling on compliance programs, drafting and reviewing affiliation agreements, drafting and revising service and supplemental staffing agreements, counseling on health information privacy and federal and state regulations pertaining to protected health information and advising clients on enforcement actions with state regulatory agencies.

Catherine also has experience assisting clients navigate resolutions with state agencies by pursuing remedies under state and federal administrative law.    

  • Executive Editor for Notes and Comments, Albany Law Review
  • Jacob L. Rubenstein Prize, Recipient 
  • Equity & Justice Scholarship, 2018 & 2019 Recipient
  • Siegel Scholarship, Recipient 2020 
  • Justinian Honorary Law Society
     

  • Autism Silenced: Informed Consent and the Inevitable Breakthrough in Genetic Testing for Autism Spectrum Disorder, Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology