Rebecca W. Foreman
Rebecca has been involved in litigation in health care reimbursement disputes, commercial real estate, and complex torts, as well as government investigations involving health care fraud under the False Claims Act. She counsels health care providers on commercial payer disputes, particularly issues arising under ERISA and the Medicare Secondary Payer Act, and also has experience representing clients in the fashion and luxury goods industry.
Prior to joining Arent Fox, Rebecca clerked for Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera of the Maryland Court of Appeals. After graduation from law school, she clerked for Judge Michael D. Mason of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland. She was also a judicial intern for Judge Gerald Bruce Lee of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Before that Rebecca was a legal intern in the Antitrust Division of the Maryland Office of the Attorney General.
Publications, Presentations & Recognitions
While in law school, Rebecca was the Note and Comment Editor of Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law. She wrote an article titled "To a Hammer Everything Looks Like a Nail: The Supreme Court's Misapplication of the Vindication of Rights Doctrine," 21 AM. U.J. GENDER SOC. Pol'Y & L. 951 (2013).
Rebecca was awarded the Mussey Prize, Highest Scholastic Average, Final Year.