About Katie

Practical, engaging health care regulatory and transactional counsel

Katie Lavigne assists clients with a diverse range of regulatory issues and transactional matters. She offers practical legal counsel to clients on a wide range of pharmacy regulatory issues such as controlled substances and state licensure compliance. Katie's work also involves advising pharmacy benefit manager, insurance carrier and third-party administrator clients to understand an ever-changing regulatory landscape with multifaceted implications across business segments. She has experience with credit card compliance, program audits, federal and state health care laws and regulations, and Medicare Part D pharmacy benefits.

Prior to joining Quarles, Katie worked for a PBM and a global health care services company. Her previous business experience and acumen allows her to bring a unique perspective to her legal work when advising clients.

Experience in Action

  • Advises on licensure, distribution and regulatory implications for pharmacies, specialty pharmacies and pharmacists.
  • Provides ongoing compliance and operational support to pharmacy benefit managers, enabling them to manage prescription drug benefits more effectively.
  • Assists in guiding drug and device manufacturers in obtaining and maintaining the appropriate licensure across all 50 states.
  • Responds to regulatory inquiries from state departments of insurance and pharmacy boards.

Professional & Civic Activities

  • Minnesota State Bar Association, member
  • Ramsey County Bar Association, member
  • Hennepin County Bar Association, member

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