Angelica Victoria De Mesa litigates complex civil actions with an emphasis on healthcare fraud and qui tam matters. Her work entails prosecuting unlawful business practices such as fraudulent medical billing and coding, illegal referrals and kickbacks, and false claims of medical services rendered.
Prior to joining Knox Ricksen LLP, Angelica specialized in various civil practice areas such as elder/dependent adult abuse and neglect, wrongful death, negligence, violation of residents’ rights under Health & Safety Code § 1430(b), intellectual property, and breach of contract. Her litigation experience includes preparing pleadings, conducting law and motion practices, propounding and responding to discovery requests, taking and defending depositions, attending court appearances, making oral arguments in court, participating in mediation, and developing litigation strategies for trial.
- Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, J.D., 2016
- University of California, San Diego, B.A., 2011
- State of California
- U. S. District Court for the Central District of California
- While in law school, Sandra provided pro bono services at the Katherine George Alexander Community Law Center, where she presented to and advised low-income persons and immigrants on their rights as tenants and workers.