Renée Montgomery focuses her practice in the area of health law and has extensive experience in regulatory and administrative law. Renée has represented healthcare providers and provider related organizations for over 25 years. She has successfully represented healthcare providers in matters before the North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearings and before state and federal courts in challenging or defending agency decisions.
Renée is recognized by Chambers USA as one of America’s Leading Lawyers in Health Care (2014-2016). She also has been named by Woodward/White as a Best Lawyer in North Carolina in Health Law and Administrative Law (2007-2017) and a North Carolina Super Lawyer in Health Care (2006-2017).
Renée regularly advises healthcare providers on regulatory matters, provides advice regarding development matters and contractual relations, and assists clients in navigating through the complex regulatory system.
Renée has represented both national healthcare providers as well as regional and local providers. Those healthcare providers have included hospitals, psychiatric facilities, home health and hospice agencies, home care agencies, community mental health providers, ambulatory surgery facilities, adult care homes, nursing homes, federally qualified healthcare centers, and physician practices. Renée also serves as legal counsel to a North Carolina provider association comprised of over 700 members.
Renée has a long history of involvement in health law organizations, including serving as President of the North Carolina Society of Healthcare Attorney and serving on the Councils of the Administrative Law and Health Law Sections of the North Carolina Bar Association. Renée frequently lectures on health law and administrative law issues.