Alison Peters counsels clients on a broad range of healthcare and life sciences matters, including transactions, general regulatory issues, compliance and legislative matters. Her clients include pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, physician practice groups, clinical laboratories, and trade groups. She also maintains an active pro bono practice.
Specifically, Alison focuses on fraud and abuse, FDA marketing and HIPAA compliance, physician self-referral rules, and anti-kickback laws, and regulatory-based diligence reviews and compliance investigations. She has experience advocating to government entities, such as the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General, and Congressional committees.
Alison graduated cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center where she served as an Executive Online Editor of the Georgetown Journal of International Law. During law school, Alison studied abroad at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan specializing in international business transactional law. Alison also clerked in a plaintiff's-side False Claims Act practice as a law student. Prior to law school, Alison led advertising strategy for Fortune 500+ consumer and healthcare brands.
- J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2018, cum laude,
Keio University Law School (Tokyo, Japan – Fall Semester 2018)
- B.A., International Development, George Washington University, 2012, cum laude, Elliott School of International Affairs Special Honors
- District of Columbia
- New York