Kimberly Rai is an associate in the Corporate Practice Group in the New York office of Sheppard Mullin and is a member of the firm’s healthcare practice team.
Areas of Practice
Kimberly’s corporate and transactional practice focuses on advising clients on matters relating to formation, governance, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate restructuring, and federal, and state and local tax exemption.
In addition to her transactional experience, Kimberly advises healthcare industry clients on regulatory compliance matters, including healthcare facility, pharmacy and laboratory licensure and certification, ACA compliance issues for health insurance issuers, fraud and abuse laws, and corporate practice of medicine. Kimberly also advises her clients on regulatory and strategic matters critical to telehealth and other health technology products, platforms and services. This includes implementing telehealth networks throughout the United States.
Kimberly’s clients include for-profit and not-for-profit organizations such as hospitals, integrated healthcare delivery systems, academic medical centers, managed care organizations, pharmaceutical and life sciences companies, management companies, nursing homes, charitable and religious corporations, and physician practices.
Prior to joining the firm, Kimberly worked in-house as Assistant General Counsel for a retail energy supplier where she worked on various compliance and customer contracting matters.
Kimberly is the co-chair of Sheppard Mullin’s New York Women Lawyers Group.
Frederick Eggert Scholarship Recipient, 2011-2014
Healthcare Law Blog Posts
- "The “State” of Telehealth: New Jersey," January 22, 2021
- "It’s Official: Telehealth Benefits Have Been Expanded For Medicare Beneficiaries," August 10, 2020
- "Telehealth and Federal and State Government Responses to the Coronavirus Pandemic," March 16, 2020
- "The VA Mission Act: Expanding Access to the VA Telemedicine System," June 21, 2019
- "The VA MISSION Act: Enhancing Healthcare for Veterans," June 12, 2018
Privacy Law Blog Posts
- "States Taking Actions Against Health IT Companies Over Data Breaches," December 18, 2018