The Quarles & Brady 340B Team includes two partners who started their professional careers as pharmacists, one of whom was the owner of an independent pharmacy. The entire team has considerable 340B drafting, negotiating, and advisement experience. This combination of real life, relevant experience from pharmacist and pharmacy owner perspectives, coupled with our legal expertise, enables us to provide unparalleled advice to clients.
Alyce Katayama(414) 277-5823Email
Alyce Katayama is a health law attorney who focuses on the representation of hospitals and other health care providers. She has more than 30 years of experience representing both institutional and individual clients, including boards of directors and senior executives, on a wide range of business issues in the health care industry.
Kristen Gentry is a partner in the firm’s Health Law Practice Group, who focuses her practice on issues concerning Medicaid and Medicare program reimbursement. Her experience includes crafting Medicaid supplemental payment programs for a variety of health care providers, including hospitals, physicians, nursing facilities, dental clinics, and ambulance services.
Roger Morris(602) 229-5269Email
Roger Morris began his career as a pharmacist before turning to the practice of health law, where he has put that rare combination of professional experiences to effective use for the benefit of both pharmacies and institutional heath care providers as well as for health care businesses of all types, pharmacy benefits managers, and individual health care professionals.
Edward Rickert is a member of the firm’s Health Law Practice. As a pharmacist and attorney, Ed uses his background and experience to represent pharmacies, pharmacists, physicians, long-term care providers, and other health care providers in professional negligence, licensure, regulatory, and other business issues in courts and before state and federal administrative agencies across the country.
Elizabeth Gebarski focuses her practice in the areas of hospital and health law. She has experience in managing health care provider risk, appealing Medicare payment determinations, and assisting health care practices in matters related to Stark and Anti-Kickback compliance. She is also well-versed in sexual rights and reproductive justice issues.