Caitlin Stulberg is an associate in the law firm’s Health Care practice and is located in the San Francisco office. She advises on a wide variety of federal and state regulatory issues and transactional matters for clients in the healthcare industry, including hospitals and health systems, physician organizations, ambulatory surgical centers, drug and device manufacturers and trade associations. Ms. Stulberg’s experience includes counseling clients on HIPAA and state privacy law, federal and state health care fraud and abuse statutes, corporate practice of medicine restrictions, licensure and certification, and FDA law. In addition, Ms. Stulberg has worked on a variety of federal and state tax exemption related matters and provides technical advice to nonprofit organizations regarding entity formation and recognition of federal and state tax-exempt status, as well as operational, transactional and strategic issues that may arise over the course of the nonprofit organization’s existence. Ms. Stulberg also provides contract drafting and deal structuring advice and regulatory due diligence on a variety of transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Stulberg clerked at the University of Michigan Health System Legal Office, the Office of Policy at the United States Food and Drug Administration, and the University of Michigan Law School’s Pediatric Advocacy Clinic.
Program Co-Chair, Women Health Care Executives
Coach, Bar Association of San Francisco High School Mock Trial
Member, American Health Lawyers Association
Member, American Bar Association
Co-Author, Health Care Fraud and Abuse Update, Health Law Handbook, 2014 Ed., 2015 Ed., 2016 Ed. (forthcoming)
Co-Author, Ancillary Joint Ventures Involving Taxable and Tax-Exempt Health Care Entitles: Addressing the Chilling Effect of IRS Inaction, November 2014
Co-Author, Omnibus Final Rule Issued on HIPAA/HITECH Act: Significant Changes for ‘Business Associates,’ February 7, 2013