Paige is a Partner in the firm.  She represents clients in litigation and regulatory matters arising out of government-funded health and human services programs.

Paige has extensive experience representing clients in complex cases in federal courts, private arbitration, and administrative proceedings.  

Paige also counsels clients on regulatory issues relating to Medicaid, Medicare, the Affordable Care Act, and health care fraud and abuse.  Paige has deep expertise regarding pharmaceutical pricing and reimbursement, including regarding the 340B discount program and the new provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.

Paige’s representative matters include the following:

  • Successfully represented state agency in appeal of $200 million federal Medicaid disallowance related to intergovernmental transfers and allegations of non-bona fide provider-related donations.  
  • Successfully represented state agency in appeal of nearly $100 million federal Medicaid disallowance stemming from CMS-64 reporting issues. 
  • Successfully represented state agency in appeal of a disallowance related to adoption assistance.
  • Successfully represented hospital client in multiple civil litigation and arbitration matters adverse to major health insurers.
  • Successfully represented client in seeking information under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
  • Advised providers regarding receipt of COVID provider relief funds.
  • Represented client in multiple, complex litigation matters, including putative class actions,  involving pharmaceutical pricing.
  • Represented client in putative class action litigation related to allegations of violations of the Anti-Kickback Statute and alleged promotion of off-label uses of pharmaceuticals. 
  • Represented client in administrative appeals of HHS decisions involving the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit program.
  • Represented clients in commercial disputes involving health care transactions and non-compete agreements.
  • Represented client in False Claims Act investigation related to the HHS electronic health record incentive program.
  • Advised clients on the application of the “Byrd Rule” to health care provisions included in major reconciliation legislation before the U.S. Senate.
  • Advised clients on 340B pricing; Medicaid drug rebates; Medicare Part B and Part D drug coverage and reimbursement; health care data transparency issues; state regulation of insurers, third party administrators, and third-party billing entities; and state oversight of health care transactions.

Paige joined B&P after a decade at Covington & Burling LLP.  Prior to law school, Paige worked in the U.S. Senate advising Senators John Breaux of Louisiana and Tom Carper of Delaware on health and social policy matters.  She also spent two years advising a large health benefits plan on federal health care policy matters.

Paige graduated with honors from University of Texas School of Law, where she was in the Order of the Coif and an Articles Editor on the Texas Law Review.  Paige earned a Master of Public Affairs from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, and she received a Bachelor of Science from Duke University.  

Paige clerked for the Honorable Royce C. Lamberth on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

    • University of Texas School of Law
      • Order of the Coif
      • Articles Editor on the Texas Law Review
    • Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas
        • Master of Public Affairs
    • Duke University
        • Bachelor of Science