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Paige Lohse focuses her practice on health care, but also represents and advises clients on a variety of additional matters. She has experience with medical malpractice defense, physician defense against IDFPR prosecutions, defense of health care providers contracting with the federal government in deliberate indifference claims, medical billing disputes between managed-care companies and health plans with medical providers, tort claims, commercial disputes, and complex litigation. She also provides practical assistance to clients in the health care industry in a variety of transactional matters. In addition, Paige advises health care clients on regulatory compliance with licensure, fraud and abuse, and other state and federal regulatory matters.

Prior to joining Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Paige practiced at a firm in Kansas City where she represented individuals in a wide variety of plaintiff personal injury matters, including high profile cases within the community.

During law school, Paige worked as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable K. Gary Sebelius, U.S. Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas. In addition to her academic accomplishments, Paige was also active in moot court.

Professional Affiliations

  • American Bar Association
  • The American Health Lawyers Association
  • Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys
  • Wisconsin Bar Association

Honors & Awards

  • University of Kansas School of Law
    • Honor Scholarship

Presentations

  • Co-Presenter, "EHR Charting Practices and Configuration – reducing physician burnout and medico-legal risk," IPHCA Annual Leadership Conference, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, October 17, 2019

Personal

Paige recently moved to Chicago and enjoys spending her free time exploring the city. She likes to stay active by running, golfing, and cycling. She also enjoys traveling, art, reading, Broadway musicals and of course, KU basketball.

J.D., University of Kansas School of Law, 2015

B.A., University of Kansas, 2012