Mindy S. Tompkins has joined Day Pitney as a partner in the firm's Healthcare Life Sciences and Technology practice. She is based in the firm's Hartford office, and was previously with Murtha Cullina LLP.
"Mindy is a well-known and highly regarded corporate and healthcare regulatory lawyer with a practice representing the full spectrum of professionals and organizations involved in healthcare and managed care across New England," said Managing Partner Thomas D. Goldberg. "Her addition to the team will build upon our established healthcare practice and provide additional bench strength to our life sciences and medical device practices."
Tompkins represents individual healthcare professionals, medical groups, hospitals, and established and emerging healthcare and managed care companies in corporate transactions. Her experience includes contract preparation, negotiation and review for transactions, such as professional services or management contracts; mergers, acquisitions, affiliations and joint venture transactions involving health care providers; Stark law, and fraud and abuse counseling; HIPAA compliance and privacy matters; health care technology matters; corporate compliance plans; Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement; managed care contracting; corporate formation and governance; and Certificate of Need advice and proceedings. Tompkins also provides legal counsel to healthcare clients in employment law matters. She has experience in the preparation, negotiation and review of employment contracts and non-competition agreements for physicians and other health care providers.
"I'm looking forward to working with such a collaborative and team-oriented group of attorneys, and believe my practice will blend well and put the team in a position to continue to grow and strengthen our collective capabilities," added Tompkins.
Tompkins received her A.S. from Manchester Community College, her B.S., summa cum laude, in Finance from Central Connecticut State University, and her J.D., summa cum laude, from Western New England University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in Connecticut and Massachusetts.
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