Carly Eisenberg is an associate in the firm’s Health Services Group. Ms. Eisenberg has experience with handling legal issues in areas such as federal and state anti-kickback and self-referral laws, physician contracting, corporate compliance, federal health care reform legislation, HIPAA/HITECH compliance, and Medicare and Medicaid regulatory compliance.
Ms. Eisenberg also has FDA regulatory experience with issues related to drugs, medical devices, biosimilars, human cellular and tissue-based products, the preparation of premarket submissions, clinical trials, product labeling and advertising, hospital information systems, and device data systems. Her practice also includes representing public and private companies in mergers and acquisitions both in a health care regulatory and corporate capacity.
While in law school, Ms. Eisenberg served as administrative editor of the Boston University Journal of Science & Technology Law. She also participated in the school’s Health Law Externship Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s Office of General Counsel.
Publications and presentations
- “Agents Without Principals: Regulating the Duty of Loyalty for Nonprofit Corporations Through the Intermediate Sanctions Tax Regulations,” The Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship and the Law, Volume V, Number II, July 2012. (Co-author)
- “New York Establishes Medicaid Redesign Team,” American Health Lawyers Association Health Lawyers Weekly, January 21, 2011 (Co-author)
- “Use of NOL Poison Pill Sanctioned by Delaware Supreme Court,” EisnerAmper’s SEC Trends & Developments, December 2010 (Co-author)
- “Doing Justice Under the Price Anderson Act,” The Journal of Biolaw & Business, 2010 (Author)
- “Genetic Predispositions v. Present Disabilities: Why Genetically Predisposed Asymptomatic Individuals are not Protected by the Amended ADA,” Boston University Journal of Science & Technology Law, Winter 2010 (Author)
- “Dumontier v. Schlumberger: Subcellular Damage under the Price-Anderson Act,” Boston University Journal of Science & Technology Law, Summer 2009 (Author)