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Lorinda G. Holloway

Lorinda G. Holloway

Office Managing Partner
Austin
office: 512.479.1149
fax: 512.479.1101
Overview

Lorinda is a litigation attorney who regularly represents healthcare clients in responding to government subpoenas, in False Claims Act (FCA) and Texas Medicaid Fraud Prevention Act (TMFPA) litigation, as well as in medical malpractice cases.

She also represents healthcare clients in business disputes, including those involving breach of contract, indemnity issues and breach of fiduciary duty. Additionally, she has experience representing physicians before the Texas Medical Board.

Lorinda also represents nonhealthcare clients in complex litigation, personal injury litigation and a variety of government licensing matters. She represents clients in state and federal court proceedings and trials.

Lorinda currently serves as the Office Managing Partner for Husch Blackwell's Austin office. Before joining the firm, she practiced with Brown McCarroll.


Industries

Services

Education

  • J.D., Oklahoma City University School of Law
  • B.A., Baylor University

Admissions

  • Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Oklahoma
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Health Lawyers Association, 2008-present
  • Austin Bar Association, Civil Litigation Section, Director, 2016-2019
  • Austin Bar Association, Civil Litigation Section, Secretary, 2006-2007
  • The General Counsel Forum, Underwriter Director, 2016-present
  • Texas Bar Foundation, Fellow, 2010-present
Experience
  • Litigated and settled numerous construction litigation cases for residential and commercial property owners, providing insurance coverage analysis integral to resolution.
  • Obtained summary judgment and sanctions against opposition in Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) action seeking $4.5 million in damages from 10 business and individual defendants.
  • Represented client in multiyear FCA and TMFPA case involving the United States.
  • Secured dismissals of Texas Medical Board complaints for a variety of physicians, including those in nontraditional practices.
  • Represented hospital system, physician practice groups, primary-care clinic, and long-term care clients in government investigations and/or litigation, including responding to extensive government subpoenas and civil investigative demands and assisted with internal investigations necessary for False Claims Act (FCA) and Texas Medicaid Fraud Prevention Act (TMFPA) risk assessment.
  • Represented hospitals and long-term care clients in dozens of medical malpractice cases before and since Texas tort reform, including “second-chair” assistance in large risk cases such as action seeking $30 million for severely brain-damaged adult as a result of developing hyponatremia while hospitalized. Settled for lower, confidential amount.
  • Represented pharmacist in RICO action filed by insurance company seeking in excess of $2 million in damages. Settled through substituted counsel for confidential amount.
  • Assisted in litigation of multiple product liability cases for large tire manufacturer, including rollover accident injuring five passengers. Plaintiffs sought in excess of $1 million in damages and case settled for lower, confidential amount. Another matter involved rollover accident injuring several passengers and killing one. Plaintiffs sought in excess of $2 million in damages and case settled for lower, confidential amount.
  • Assisted in securing defense verdicts in multiple jury trials, including defamation action against television station filed by business owner; wrongful death action involving cervical spine surgery and plaintiffs seeking $2.5 million in damages; and a wrongful death action alleging substandard treatment of a patient with a bleeding disorder and plaintiffs sought $4 million in damages.
Thought Leadership
Community Leadership
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central & South Texas, Board of Directors and Chair of Governance Committee, 2017-present
  • Austin Partners in Education, volunteer, 2010
  • Zilker Theater Productions, Board of Directors, 2002-2005