Women in Law 2023



J ennifer Romig is a partner in Ropes & Gray’s health care practice in Chicago. Among her many accomplishments, Jenn advised on the health care aspects of Amazon’s $3.8 billion purchase of One Medical—one of the biggest health care deals of the year. Amazon’s push into health care stands to reshape the delivery of health care services to patients. Jenn led critical health care aspects of the deal for One Medical, a leading national human-centered, technology- powered primary care organization. In addition, Jenn represented New Mountain Capital portfolio company Signify Health as regulatory counsel in its sale to CVS Health in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $8 billion. Signify Health is a health care platform that leverages advanced analytics, technology and nationwide healthcare provider networks to create and power value-based payment programs, and the transaction is designed to advance CVS’ value-based care strategy. Jenn is also advising a private spaceflight leader on health care regulatory, telehealth, pharmaceutical and Drug Enforcement

Administration issues implicated by human spaceflight. Jenn is among the first to advise on the novel, cutting-edge issues presented by the unprecedented advance of commercial spaceflight. What sets Jenn apart is her versatility and broad skills set that allows her to provide sophisticated advice on complex transactional and regulatory matters for a broad range of health care clients. Her deep knowledge and experience spans health care, digital health and data privacy and cybersecurity. Jenn is a hiring partner in Ropes & Gray’s Chicago office and serves as an Advocate Mentor to a diverse associate attorney. She is a member of the firm’s Women’s Forum, a board that promotes professional growth among female lawyers. Pro bono is a priority for Jenn. She represents asylum seekers through the Heartland Alliance’s National Immigration Justice Center. She also counsels pro bono clients of Above and Beyond, an outpatient addiction treatment facility in Chicago.



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