Torrey K. Young represents clients in the health care and life sciences industries. A leader in her field, Torrey has a wealth of experience defending clients in civil and criminal government enforcement actions and cases arising out of the False Claims Act. Torrey conducts internal investigations, provides fraud and abuse analyses, and advises her clients on Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement issues. She also implements compliance programs and assesses their effectiveness, as well as counsels clients on clinical research, research misconduct, and grant fraud. Torrey’s versatility is reflected in her representation of many different types of entities, including health systems, universities, laboratories, home health agencies, hospices, telehealth companies, pharmacy benefit managers, pharmaceutical companies, and DMEPOS companies.
In 2019, Torrey participated as one of the ten representatives from Boston in Harvard Business School’s Young American Leaders Program. In 2017, she was awarded the Member of the Year award from Tomorrow’s Women Today, a Boston women’s leadership council. Torrey has also appeared in publications such as Science, Compliance Today, JD Supra, Federal News Radio, and Bloomberg Law.
Prior to joining Mukasey Frenchman & Sklaroff, Torrey was Senior Counsel in the health care and government investigations practice groups at a prestigious international firm.