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Ms. Hinrichs defends health care systems and individual providers faced with professional liability, privacy, and board licensing matters. She also represents colleges and universities in Title IX and student-misconduct litigation.
Ms. Hinrichs has significant experience representing clients in trial and appellate courts, licensing boards, and mediation venues. She also provides risk-management advice and consult for various health care providers. Her recent experience includes successfully defending a claim brought under the Minnesota Health Records Act, providing guidance to health care clinic on the requirements of informed consent for minor medical procedures, and representing a large hospital system in a delayed-diagnosis case.
Ms. Hinrichs graduated summa cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law and served as a law clerk for Judge Jill Flaskamp Halbrooks and Judge Michelle Larkin at the Minnesota Court of Appeals. She serves on the Council of the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Health Law Section, and she regularly speaks on health care professional liability topics.
Part of appellate team that obtained reversal of a district court’s summary-judgment order on behalf of agribusiness client, and resulted in the reinstatement of a significant subrogation claim; Nationwide Agribusiness Ins. Co. v. PGI Int’l, 882 N.W.2d 512 (Iowa Ct. App. 2016).
Primary draftsperson of amicus curiae brief submitted on behalf of the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association regarding expert-affidavit requirements in professional liability claims; Guzick v. Kimball, 869 N.W.2d 42 (Minn. 2015).
Addressing the interpretation of Minnesota’s unemployment insurance statutes and treatment of settlement proceeds in calculating benefits.
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