Peter Critikos is an Associate Attorney with the Bothwell Law Group.
Prior to joining our team, Peter earned his juris doctorate from Emory University School of Law where he amassed several Dean’s List accolades. While a recent graduate, Peter is no neophyte to the False Claims Act and the myriad of intersecting healthcare fraud and abuse issues. His electives at Emory Law primarily consisted of health law courses.
As a legal clerk and extern, Peter obtained roles with some of Atlanta’s most prestigious medicolegal teams, including Polsinelli’s Health Care and Innovation Team, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Office of the General Counsel, and Emory Healthcare’s Office of the General Counsel. These opportunities—which included assisting a former mentor in a multi-party FCA qui tam mediation—provided Peter with practical insight into government investigations and FCA litigation.
They also enabled Peter to publish several articles on a variety of health law subjects, including fraud and abuse issues affecting ambulatory surgical centers, HIPAA, and alternate payment models. Peter also had a rich extracurricular life while a student at Emory Law. He served as the Special Content Editor for the Emory International Law Review, which would go on to publish his Student Comment on medical licensure barriers to telehealth proliferation.
Additionally, he served as a Research Assistant for Professor Martha Grace Duncan on her article analyzing the highly publicized Amanda Knox case. Peter now looks to continue developing his passion for health law as a proud member of the Bothwell Law Group. In his free time, Peter enjoys playing guitar and rooting for his undergraduate alma mater, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.