Sheva Sanders practices Health Law at Stinson. She advises health care and life sciences clients on complex regulatory issues, including fraud and abuse, compliance, reimbursement and transactional matters.
A frequent teacher, speaker and writer on topics related to health law and health policy, Sheva teaches state and federal health care regulation at Northwestern University Law School in its Masters in Science and Law program. Sheva was a member of the University of Minnesota Advisory Board for the Joint Degree in Law, Science & Technology, and has been an adjunct professor at both William Mitchell College of Law and Hamline University School of Law. Recent publications include: Sheva J. Sanders, Mara N. Sanders, and Jessica C. Wheeler, Applying Allina to the World of Escobar: Avoiding “Traps, Zaps, and Zingers” in Medicare False Claims Actions, 31 Health Matrix 155 (2021);and, Sheva J. Sanders & Jessica C. Wheeler, Trading Pain for Gain: Addressing Misaligned Interests in Prescription Drug Benefit Administration, 55 U. Mich. J. L. Reform 423 (2022).
Sheva was named a 2003 AdvaMed Achiever for her role in drafting the AdvaMed Code of Ethics.
Sheva is a 1984, cum laude, graduate of Northwestern University School of Law, where she received the Order of the Coif.