Elizabeth Foley provides a rare blend of the practical and theoretical aspects of law, serving simultaneously as of counsel with the firm and as a full, tenured professor of law at Florida International University College of Law, where she teaches constitutional law, healthcare law, food and drug law, and civil procedure. Elizabeth brings to her practice extensive experience with the Legislative and Executive branches, having served on Capitol Hill as a health policy adviser, a lobbyist for a large managed care organization and an expert witness before Congress on important issues of constitutional and healthcare law.
Areas of Focus
Preparing for the 2024 Proxy and Annual Reporting Season: Key Issues and Considerations
12/05/2023 | 34 minute read
Brian McEvoy Co-Chairs State Bar of Georgia’s 2023 Health Care Fraud Conference
12/07/2023 | 1 minute read
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Junk Fees Rulemaking: How Hard Can It Be to Figure Out the Price of a Burrito?
12/05/2023 | 4 minute read