Marielle Coutrix focuses her practice on regulatory, compliance, and civil litigation matters in the health care industry. She counsels and represents health systems, provider networks, pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, and digital health and health technology companies.
Marielle has experience in investigations before the Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General, and state attorneys general. She also recently helped secure a full defense verdict in Kentucky state court, defeating a multibillion dollar fraud claim.
Marielle's regulatory practice involves advising clients in the digital health, food and drug, and transplantation space on a spectrum of legal issues relating to state and federal anti-kickback statutes, the Stark Law, FDA (Food & Drug Administration) marketing pathways, corporate practice of medicine, professional licensure, and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act). She also supports clients engaged in M&A and other strategic transactions.
Marielle maintains an active pro bono practice, representing clients in child support and immigration matters.
Marielle previously worked in grantmaking in reproductive and sexual health and while in law school also served as the managing notes editor for the Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law.
- University of Michigan (J.D. 2021; Managing Notes Editor, Michigan Journal of Administrative & Environmental Law); The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (M.Sc. in Reproductive and Sexual Health Research with distinction 2018; Thesis Research Award); Barnard College (B.A. cum laude 2014)
- New York
- French and Spanish