Alina is an attorney focusing her practice on health law. She views health law as her passion, and is consistently doing research to further educate herself on the topic.
Alina makes a point to be well-informed on ever-changing federal and state regulations so she can share this knowledge with her clients. She also brings a unique set of skills to her clients she is fluent in Russian, professionally proficient in Ukrainian, and a certified interpreter and translator.
Alina stays current with global events by reading newspapers and online articles. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and exploring different countries and cultures. She also takes social dance classes to stay active and meet new people.
Prior to joining Obermayer, Alina gained a wide range of legal experience:
- Representing plaintiffs in disputes against life insurance companies
- Preparing and reviewing documents for pending litigation in a healthcare fraud qui tam action
- Researching and writing legal memoranda on False Claims Act whistleblower provisions and professional responsibility matters
In law school, Alina served as a student attorney in the Appellate Litigation Clinic, where she litigated a federal civil rights case through settlement. In this position, she drafted discovery and pretrial motions and memoranda, prepared and conducted depositions, argued motions, and participated in hearings and settlement conferences.
Alina keeps abreast of ever-changing federal and state regulations and shares this knowledge with her clients in writings, presentations, and other means. She is a regular contributor to Obermayer’s Health Law Gurus blog.