Global law firm Goodwin announced today that associate Kaitlyn Dunn joined the firm’s Healthcare and Life Sciences practices, resident in theBoston office. Having worked for the Office of Inspector General, Dunn bring significant regulatory and government experience to Goodwin. She joins from a regional law firm, where she teamed up in private practice after the OIG.
Dunn advises a diverse group of healthcare and life sciences companies, in the for-profit and not-for-profit spaces, on a wide range of regulatory and compliance issues. She also advise buyers and sellers, including private equity firms, on complex compliance and operational considerations in healthcare transactions. Dunn brings a long track record of successfully defending healthcare and life sciences clients in False Claims Act, civil monetary penalty, exclusion, and other civil and criminal investigations, and audits conducted by the OIG and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
“The healthcare industry is experiencing a digital revolution that is leading to a rapidly changing regulatory landscape,” said Chris Wilson, co-chair of Goodwin’s Healthcare practice. “To help our clients take full advantage of this evolution and navigate the resulting regulatory considerations, we are thrilled to add Brian and Katie to our premier, full-service healthcare practice. Their extensive regulatory, transactional, and investigations experience, combined with their in-depth knowledge of OIG rulemaking and enforcement decisions, provides a significant edge to our clients investing and innovating in the healthcare, life sciences, and technology sectors. We are pleased that Brian and Katie chose to join Goodwin.”
At Goodwin, Dunn joins an industry-leading team of nearly 200 lawyers who cover all aspects of the global healthcare market. The team serves more than 600 clients — including healthcare service providers, digital health enterprises, life sciences companies, fund sponsors and their portfolio companies, and investors — on transactions, regulatory matters, government investigations, and litigation. In the past five years, the team completed more than 230 healthcare financings and more than 180 healthcare M&A deals globally. Mergermarket named Goodwin as the top advisor (by deal count) in its most recent North America Life Sciences and Healthcare M&A league tables.
Dunn is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and Tennessee. She can be reached at email@example.com and 617.570.1083.
Dunn is a member of the American Health Law Association, the Health Care Compliance Association, and the American Bar Association’s Health Law Practice Group.