Represented healthcare clients, including hospices, orthopedic device manufacturers, and home health agencies in investigations and False Claims Act litigation.
Stephanie L. Carman
Stephanie Carman focuses on complex litigation and healthcare matters. She counsels and defends health industry clients in internal and government investigations and state and federal litigation, including False Claims Act and qui tam matters. She also represents clients in transactions and on regulatory compliance, billing, and licensure matters including in connection with corporate transactions. Stephanie works with state and federal regulators, hospitals, home health agencies, hospices, academic medical centers, laboratories, and device companies.
Stephanie serves her community as Vice President of the Dade County Bar Association, membership chair and a member of the Executive Committee of Legal Services of Greater Miami's board of directors, board member of Inns of Court, and board member of South Florida Community Board of American Diabetes Association. She also serves her alma matters of Tufts University in various capacities, including on its Alumni Council, and The University of Miami School of Law on its Alumni Board.
Stephanie's peers and legal publications recognize her as a leading lawyer. She has been ranked as an Up and Coming Attorney by Chambers and was described as "very smart, proactive in handling a lot of the issues that arise and just a great litigator." The Daily Business Review included her as part of its Rising Star Class, and South Florida Legal Guide named her among its Top Lawyers Class of 2015. Attorney at Law Magazine listed her among its Attorneys to Watch in 2015, and she is ranked by Chambers, SuperLawyers, and Trend. She was also awarded The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division's Lynn Futch Most Productive Lawyer, the Cystic Fibrosis 40 Under 40 Outstanding Lawyers of Miami-Dade County, and The University of Miami School of Law Alumni Leadership Award.
Before practicing law, Stephanie interned for U.S. Senator Connie Mack, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and the New York Stock Exchange. She also gained valuable experience as a judicial intern to U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Judges Graham and Ungaro.
Represented hospitals, home health agencies, universities, and laboratories in licensing, billing, and regulatory matters throughout the country.
Represented a community college in a First Amendment retaliation claim.
Up and Coming for Healthcare – Florida
Health Care, Associate to Watch
Top Up and Comers, Healthcare Litigation - Defense
South Florida Legal Guide