Ingrid Martin is an experienced criminal defense attorney and civil litigator. She focuses on the intersection between criminal defense and health care law where a seemingly minor infraction can escalate into career threatening license and accreditation challenges as well as exclusion from Medicare and other federal health care programs. Her familiarity with the health care regulatory environment also allows her to effectively analyze and resolve contractual and business litigation matters for her clients.
Ms. Martin routinely handles all types of federal and state government investigations faced by her clients, which include licensed health care professionals, pharmacies, physical therapy practices, adult day health programs, and medical device companies. She protects clients being investigated by agencies such as the United States Department of Justice, the FDA, the DEA, Medicare, Medicaid, and the Office of the Inspector General of Health & Human Services, as well as the Massachusetts Attorney General, the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine, and the Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensure. She guides clients through audit, licensing, and accreditation matters as well as peer review proceedings initiated by hospitals or insurance companies. She also protects her clients’ interests in federal and state court, both at the trial level and on appeal.
After graduating from Harvard Law School, Ms. Martin was selected for a two year federal clerkship with the Honorable Judge O’Toole of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She then served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Corruption, Fraud & Computer Crime Division.