An attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham, Angela always knew that she wanted to practice law. In high school, Angela participated in a career shadowing program where she spent a few weeks at her local prosecutor’s office. This was her first glimpse at a legal career. In college, Angela participated in Butler’s pre-law society attending career panels and visiting law schools. Once time for law school finally rolled around, Angela knew she wanted to stay in Indianapolis, a city she had grown to love. Angela graduated from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of law where she was a member of the Deans Tutorial Society and the Evening Vice-President of Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society.
Angela practices in the Health Care Practice Group at Katz Korin Cunningham and focuses her practice on the defense of health care providers, namely long-term care providers, in cases alleging medical malpractice in courts throughout the State of Indiana. In addition, Angela assists with the appellate briefs for the Health Care Practice Group, including the Correctional Health Care Practice Group where she represents medical professionals in the correctional setting, primarily in cases alleging medical malpractice and civil rights violations in federal court.
B.A., sociology & criminology
While in law school, Angela juggled working full-time as a governmental affairs associate for a private firm lobbying the state legislature on behalf of health care providers and associations. Prior to joining Katz Korin Cunningham, Angela served as a Litigation Staff Attorney at the Indiana State Department of Health. She practiced administrative and civil litigation for the Divisions of Acute Care, Long-Term Care, Environmental Public Health (EPH), HIV Medical Services and Children with Special Needs Health Care Services. Angela also assisted with litigation relating to the certification of Certified Nurse Aides and Home Health Aides. She served as the primary attorney for the EPH Division, HIV/STD program, Children’s program, and Human Resources.
Admitted to Bar
- 2017 Indiana
- 2019 U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana
- 2019 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana
- 2020 U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
Speaking and Publications
Mastering the Paper Records to EHR Migration McKnight's Long-Term Care News, September 20, 2021.
Drug Diversion, a Series: How to Deal with it McKnight's Long-Term Care News, August 23, 2021.
Drug Diversion, a Series: How to Prevent and Spot It McKnight's Long-Term Care News, July 19, 2021
Cultural Competency is Integral to Quality Care, McKnight's Long-Term Care News, June 21, 2021
Vaccine mandates are legal, but not without their own risks McKnight's Long-Term Care News. April 19, 2021.
Civic Engagement / Volunteerism
- Kappa Kappa Gamma:
Chapter Risk Management Adviser at Mu Chapter at Butler University 2020 – present
Chapter Council Adviser at Mu Chapter at Butler University 2016 – 2019
Chapter Council Adviser at Gamma Delta Chapter at Purdue University 2013 – 2016
- Indianapolis Bar Association:
Health Care Law Section Executive Committee, 2020 – present
Young Lawyers Division Education Subcommittee member, 2019
Angela was born and raised in Ohio but first came to Indiana to attend Butler University in Indianapolis where she graduated with a degree in Sociology & Criminology. While at Butler, Angela took on the role of president in her sorority, overseeing the operations and leading an organization of almost 200 members. Angela is still heavily involved with her sorority, serving in a mentorship role as chapter adviser for the collegiate women.
Angela lives in Butler-Tarkington with her husband Jake and their golden retriever Kobe. In her spare time, Angela can be found at one of Indianapolis’ breweries (preferably a dog-friendly one), trying out the next best fitness studio or trendy restaurant in Indy.
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup (2019 favorite book)
- Breaking News: CMS Issues Emergency Regulation Requiring Vaccination for Healthcare Workers
- Long-term care’s impending doom: staffing shortages
- Mastering the paper records to EHR migration
- Drug diversion, a series: How to deal with it
- Federal Court Finds New Way for Nursing Homes to be Sued for Violation of Residents’ Rights
- Drug diversion, a series: How to prevent and spot it
- Cultural competency is integral to quality care
- Vaccine mandates are legal, but not without their own risks
- CMS Update Guidance for Visitation for Long Term Care Facilities