Caroline Poma is an associate at Hancock, Daniel & Johnson, P.C., where she advises healthcare providers in corporate transactions and compliance matters. Caroline understands the many nuances of corporate matters and adeptly guides her clients with practical business-oriented advice. She is also recognized for her attention to detail and ensuring that no aspect of a transaction is overlooked.
Caroline’s interest in medicine and bioethical issues motivated Caroline’s decision to become a lawyer. As a student at the University of North Carolina School of Law, she published an article in the North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology titled Telemedicine: A Therapeutic Prescription for Our Healthcare System Contaminated by Old Economy Rules and Regulations. “I continue to have a particular interest in telemedicine and its ability to change the future of medicine by providing quality, cost effective care. I also understand how technology is transforming the landscape of healthcare regulatory, ethical and compliance issues, and as a result, I am committed to helping my clients navigate these increasingly complicated issues.”
Prior to Hancock Daniel, Caroline represented mortgage banking clients in agency lending transactions. In addition, prior to her admission to the Virginia Bar, Caroline was a Summer Law Clerk in the Virginia Supreme Court for the Honorable Elizabeth McClanahan.
University of Virginia, B.A.
University of North Carolina School of Law, J.D.
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