Todd A. Nova

Attorney and Advisor

Phone: (414) 721-0464
| Fax: (414) 721-0491

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About Todd

Todd Nova, a Shareholder in the firm, focuses on health law issues for health care providers across the country including integrated health care systems, pharmacies (retail, specialty and institutional), hospitals, group purchasing organizations and physician group practices.

As part of an emphasis that includes regulatory, reimbursement, corporate and other compliance issues, Todd regularly advises health care providers regarding the strategic coordination and optimization of third party reimbursement (government and private payor) opportunities, licensure and certification standards, regulatory compliance mandates and corporate structure/restructuring options.

This work includes a focus on matters affecting the sourcing, delivery, dispensing and reimbursement of pharmaceuticals, including the 340B drug discount program, state and federal government payor issues (fee for service and managed care), false claims and anti-kickback laws, collaborative practice models, health care licensing, distribution and sourcing agreements (group and direct purchasing) in addition to private payor issues.  Todd’s work also includes advising providers responsible for caring for underserved and rural populations.

Todd has extensive experience representing pharmacy clients including retail, specialty, institutional, infusion, home health, long-term care and mail-order pharmacies as well as providers caring for underserved populations, including rural health clinics (RHCs), federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), critical access hospitals (CAHs) and 340B Program covered entities.

Before returning to law school, Todd worked as a Systems Integration Consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers.


Dartmouth College, B.A. - 1998 University of Wisconsin - Madison, J.D. - 2004


  • State Bar of Wisconsin
  • American Health Law Association
  • Healthcare Financial Management Association
  • American Society for Pharmacy Law