- Life Sciences & Pharmaceuticals
- Business Litigation
- Consumer Fraud Litigation
- Higher Education
- Hospitals & Health Systems
|Contact Info||Telephone: 314.480.1844|
|University ||Knox College, B.A., History/Spanish, magna cum laude, 2004 Phi Beta Kappa|
|Law School||Washington University School of Law, J.D., 2007 Order of the Coif, Washington University Law Review, Senior Executive Editor|
|Admitted||2007, Missouri; 2008, Illinois|
Professional Associations and Memberships
American Health Lawyers Association
•The Missouri Bar
Elizabeth represents a broad range of clients, including those in the education, healthcare and chemical industries, in civil litigation and government disputes. She regularly defends clients in the education industry in consumer fraud cases, and she advises them on compliance issues.
With regard to the healthcare industry, Elizabeth works with pharmacy benefit managers and health insurance administrators, representing them in government contract issues and class action litigations.
Represented Fortune 100 company in defense of lawsuit involving breach of contract and tortious interference claims.
•Defended educational institution in Missouri state court over $15 million consumer fraud claim with favorable results.
•Managed discovery, including the collection, review and production of close to 700,000 pages of electronic and paper documents, in complex litigation.
•Won summary judgment in a class action lawsuit, which the Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed, that upholds the right of HMOs to conduct subrogation recoveries on health benefits paid to federal employees.
10.02.13 Higher Education Will See Greater Impact as Government Shutdown Continues
1.01.09 Considerations for People with Disabilities and Their Families, The American Health Lawyers Association Public Information Series
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Higher Education Will See Greater Impact as Government Shutdown Continues
Elizabeth A. Bozicevic,Anne D. Cartwright, October 7, 2013
According to the Department of Education, the federal government’s shutdown is expected to have limited short-term effect on educational institutions. But, if the shutdown lasts longer than a week, colleges and universities may see delays in student aid programs and customer service.
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