Angela Theodoropoulos represents and counsels clients in the health care, pharmaceutical, and life sciences industries on a variety of complex regulatory and compliance issues. She has represented hospitals, health systems, physician groups, pharmaceutical manufacturers, and established and emerging digital health companies.
Angela's experience includes defending health care clients in investigations and litigation relating to the False Claims Act (FCA), the federal Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), and the Stark Law brought by federal agencies and qui tam whistleblowers. Angela has also supported clients engaged in M&A and other strategic transactions, and she has provided guidance on regulatory and compliance issues in the telemedicine space.
Angela maintains an active pro bono practice, representing victims of human trafficking and child pornography, assisting asylum applicants, and investigating civil rights violations to further police accountability. Before joining Jones Day, Angela worked as a Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) Intern at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. While in law school, Angela was a student attorney for the Pediatric Advocacy and Human Trafficking Clinics at Michigan Law. She is also the author of "A Ghost in the Projects: Candyman and the Boundaries of Racialized Fear," Chi. Stud. Ann., 323 (2016-2017).
- University of Michigan (J.D. cum laude 2020, Executive Development Editor, Michigan Law Review, Dean's Scholar); The University of Chicago (B.A. 2016; Phi Beta Kappa; Departmental Honors; General Honors)
- Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) Intern, Office of the General Counsel, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Region V (Summer 2018)