Leah D’Aurora Richardson is a partner in the firm’s Research Triangle Park office. Leah advises academic medical centers, health systems, hospitals, hospices, and ancillary service providers, such as pharmacies, and durable medical equipment suppliers and clinical laboratories, on all areas of transactional and regulatory health law.
Prior to attending law school, Leah was a medicinal chemist for almost ten years at GlaxoSmithKline and Albany Molecular Research.
- 340B Program Omnibus Guidance: Mega-Changes on the Horizon?, American Health Lawyers Association Rap Sheet, November 2015
- Information Exchange in the Formation of an ACO, American Health Lawyers Association, May 2013
- Recent Development, The "Substantial Uncertainty" of the Viability of Woodson Claims After Valenzuela v. Pallet Express, Inc., 90 N.C. L. Rev. 884 (2012).