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David R. Geiger

Company Information

Company
Foley Hoag
155 Seaport Blvd Ste 1600
Boston, MA 02210-2600
Phone
(617) 832-1124
Member Bio
David R. Geiger is a premier civil litigator who has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America, Massachusetts SuperLawyers and Who’s Who Legal for his accomplishments. He served for seven years as Deputy Chair and Chair of Foley Hoag’s Litigation Department, and since 1989 has headed the firm’s Product Liability and Complex Tort Practice Group.
Mr. Geiger represents business clients in all types of disputes, such as product liability (including pharmaceuticals and medical devices), toxic torts, medical and genetics negligence, breach of privacy, other personal injury claims, class actions, multidistrict litigation, governmental actions, insurance litigation, breaches of contract, allegations of fraud and unfair trade practices, commercial warranty disputes, and intellectual property controversies.
His experience includes a wide variety of jury and non-jury trials, arbitrations, mediations and appeals. With a truly national practice, Mr. Geiger has handled cases in state and federal courts in Massachusetts and throughout the country, including Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Washington, DC, Maryland, California, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Texas, Wyoming, Washington and Iowa.
Mr. Geiger’s corporate clients are some of the world’s largest and most recognizable business enterprises. He has represented, among others, Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc., Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Warner-Lambert Company, Pfizer Inc., Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc., C.R. Bard, Inc., Becton Dickinson and Company, Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, Genzyme Corporation, Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation, Smith & Wesson Corp., Raytheon Corporation, Elf Atochem North America, Inc., BASF Corporation, BIC Corporation, Lear-Siegler Diversified Holdings Corp., Amtrol Inc., General Dynamics Corporation, Reebok International Limited and John Hancock Life Insurance Company.
Honors/Awards
Listed in 2007, 2008 and 2009 Best Lawyers in America
Listed in 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008 Massachusetts Super Lawyers, and 2009 New England Super Lawyers, for Civil Litigation Defense
Listed in 2006 and 2007 Who’s Who Legal: The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers
Listed in 2006, 2007 and 2008 “Honors Edition” of Madison Who’s Who
Education/Training

Dickinson College, B.S., Political Science and Mathematics, summa cum laude, 1977
Harvard Law School, J.D., magna cum laude, 1980
Law Clerk, U.S. District Court, Boston, MA 1980-1981Bars and Court Admissions

Massachusetts
U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
U.S. Court of Appeals, First CircuitRepresentative Experience
The following is a brief summary of Mr. Geiger's experience and accomplishments:

PRODUCT LIABILITY AND COMPLEX TORT LITIGATION:
Valve Manufacturer National Asbestos Counsel

National asbestos counsel to major valve manufacturer, defending over 21,000 claims in New Jersey, Mississippi, Texas, California, Illinois, Ohio, Wyoming, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Michigan, West Virginia, Iowa and Washington
No plaintiff recoveries; obtained numerous dismissals Harshbarger v. Philip Morris Inc., et al.

Defense of Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation in $7 billion Massachusetts state court action by Attorney General to recover Medicaid expenses allegedly to treat tobacco-related illness
After court granted summary judgment on multiple counts, including approximately $4.6 billion multiple damages claim, defendants reached favorable settlement Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation Mass Tort Cases

Defense of Brown & Williamson in numerous individual and class actions for alleged cigarette-related diseases
Won summary judgment or dismissals in all cases Belgian Medical Device Case

Defense of medical device manufacturer in Belgian lawsuit alleging multiple surgeries, coma and permanent injuries from failure of intestinal anastomosis using client’s product
Court rejected plaintiff’s request for provisional damages; matter is ongoingMiddlemiss v. Becton Dickinson and Company

Defense of Becton Dickinson in Massachusetts federal court product liability action by firefighter for burns allegedly suffered in use of plastic work gloves
Won favorable jury verdict Sidel v. Ciba-Geigy Corporation

Defense of Ciba-Geigy in Rhode Island federal court wrongful death action seeking compensatory and punitive damages for decedent’s hematologic illness and death allegedly resulting from prescription drug
Won favorable settlement during trial after presenting defense witnesses Garside v. Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc.

Defense of Hoffmann-LaRoche in Massachusetts federal court action for child’s blindness and hearing loss allegedly resulting from antibiotic
Won summary judgment and First Circuit appeal Keenan v. Parke-Davis Division of Warner-Lambert Company

Representation of Warner-Lambert on appeal in Rhode Island Supreme Court of $20 million compensatory and punitive damages award for birth defects allegedly suffered by twins from mother’s use of anti-convulsant
Won favorable settlement after filing appellate brief Kougasian v. Davol, Inc.

Defense of Davol in Rhode Island state court toxic tort action by neighbor to recover for lung cancer allegedly caused by gas used to sterilize medical devices
Won summary judgment and Rhode Island Supreme Court appealVerell v. PepsiCo, Inc.

Defense of Pizza Hut and present and former parent companies in Mississippi federal court wrongful death premises liability action for compensatory and punitive damages in electrocution of eight-year-old boy by hand dryer in restroom of franchisee-owned restaurant
Matter settled with no payment by clientsSouthworth Products Corporation National Counsel

National product liability counsel to Southworth, manufacturer of wide variety of materials handling equipment, approximately 1986-2002
Obtained numerous dismissals, summary judgments and favorable settlements in actions throughout U.S., including in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, California, Texas, Virginia, Minnesota, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, and MississippiDoolan v. IVF America (MA), Inc.

Defense of Genzyme in Massachusetts state court action alleging wrongful birth of child with genetic disorder after molecular genetic testing of pre-implantation embryo
Successful settlement Quinn v. Laboratory Corporation of America, Inc.

Defense of LabCorp in Massachusetts state court action alleging wrongful birth of child with genetic disorder after prenatal molecular test
Successful settlement after mediation Weld v. Hoffmann-La Roche Inc.

Defense of Hoffmann-La Roche in Massachusetts state court breach of privacy and unfair and deceptive trade practices class action involving pharmacy chain informational mailings
Obtained summary judgementBecton-Dickinson and Company Latex Glove Cases

Defense of BD in numerous Massachusetts federal and state court product liability actions by healthcare providers, patients and others alleging asthma and allergy from natural rubber latex gloves
Won dismissals in all casesHansen v. Aventis Pasteur, Inc.

Defense of Pfizer Inc. in Massachusetts state court product liability class action alleging mental retardation and other neurological impairment from mercury-containing preservative thimerosal in pediatric vaccines
Obtained dismissal Martins v. E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company

Defense of BASF Corporation in Massachusetts federal court product liability action alleging permanent asthma from isocyanate-containing paint products
Won summary judgment and dismissal for fraud on court; upheld by First CircuitKen’s Oil & Burner Service, Inc. v. Amtrol Inc.

Defense of Amtrol in Massachusetts state court product liability class action alleging defects in residential water heaters
Won successful settlement The City of Boston v. Smith & Wesson Corporation

Defense of Smith & Wesson in Massachusetts state court conspiracy, negligence and nuisance action seeking recovery of city’s costs associated with handgun-related crimes
Won dismissal Lachman v. Behjat

Defense of Fedders Corporation in Massachusetts state court product liability action by university professor alleging permanent brain damage from HVAC unit carbon monoxide emissions
Favorable settlement Howes v. F.J. Stokes Company

Defense of F.J. Stokes in Massachusetts federal court product liability action alleging finger amputation from plastic molding press
Won favorable settlement during trial after presenting defense witnessesHayle v. Ciba-Geigy Corp.

Defense of Ciba-Geigy in Massachusetts state court product liability action for severe dermatologic disorder, progressive paralysis and ultimately death allegedly due to prescription drug
Won defense verdict at trial Mesiti v. Pennwalt Corporation

Defense of Pennwalt in Massachusetts federal court product liability action alleging business destroyed by fire allegedly caused by paint-stripping compound
Won defense verdict at trial and First Circuit appeal Rodrigues v. Deseret Medical, Inc.

Defense of Deseret Medical in Massachusetts federal court product liability action alleging suffered physical injuries and severe emotional distress when portion of intravenous catheter separated and became lodged in plaintiff’s body
Favorable settlement Corning, Inc. Breast Implant Cases

Defense of Corning in Massachusetts state and federal court product liability actions alleging rheumatologic and immunologic disorders allegedly caused by silicone gel breast implants
Cases resolved with no payments by client BUSINESS LITIGATION AND INSURANCE RECOVERY
Asbestos Insurance Litigation

Representation of major valve manufacturer in Massachusetts state court action against five insurers to recover asbestos defense costs of national and local counsel
Won partial summary judgment establishing insurers’ liability for national counsel’s fees at market rather than insurance defense rates; matter is ongoing Reebok International Limited v. C & J Clark America, Inc.

Representation of Reebok in Massachusetts state court commercial warranty, misrepresentation and unfair or deceptive practices action to recover costs, lost overhead and profits due to supplier’s allegedly defective design and manufacture of footwear product
Won favorable settlement Beer Precast Concrete Limited v. Morse/Diesel, Inc.

Representation of Beer Precast in Massachusetts federal court contract, misrepresentation and unfair or deceptive practices action to recover extra costs, lost overhead and profits in manufacturing precast concrete panels for large Boston construction project that suffered massive delays
Won large jury verdict at trialMetal Bank of America, Inc. v. General Dynamics Corporation

Defense of General Dynamics in Connecticut federal court contract action by supplier that delivered in advance of contractual delivery schedule and claimed the higher market prices then prevailing
Won favorable settlement during trialSouthhold Marine, Inc. v. General Dynamics Corporation

Defense of General Dynamics in Massachusetts commercial warranty arbitration by purchaser of LNG tanker to recover costs and lost profits allegedly due to vessel defects
Achieved favorable result in arbitrationCorning OCA Corporation v. Scobey

Representation of Corning OCA Corporation in Massachusetts state court action to compel arbitration and compliance with non-competition agreement by client’s former vice president and technology director
After winning preliminary injunction requiring arbitration, obtained favorable settlement Sub Services, Inc. v. John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.

Defense of John Hancock in New York federal court copyright action by creators of multiple-employer benefits plan funded by life insurance policies to recover lost profits due to sale of allegedly infringing competitor’s plan
Won favorable settlement EDAP International Corp. v. Technomed International, Inc.

Representation of EDAP in Massachusetts state court intellectual property action seeking injunction ordering U.S. subsidiary of bankrupt French medical device manufacturer to deliver records from clinical trials of investigational device to which EDAP had purchased rights in French bankruptcy proceeding
Won favorable settlement
Professional / Civic Involvement

American Bar Association

Litigation Section, Member
Product Liability Committee, Member
Pharmaceuticals and Biologicals Subcommittee, Member
Tort and Insurance Practice Section, Member Massachusetts Bar Association

Civil Litigation Section, Member
Boston Bar Association

Tort Committee, Member
Defense Research Institute

Drug and Medical Device Committee and Steering Committee, Member
Biotechnology Subcommittee, Chair
Monograph Subcommittee, Past Chair
Young Lawyers’ Training Seminar, Chair
Product Liability Committee and its Agricultural, Construction, Mining and Industrial Equipment Specialized Litigation Group, Member
Chemical Products and Toxic Substances Specialized Litigation Group, Member Product Liability Advisory Council, Sustaining Member

Massachusetts Amicus Brief Coordinator
Case Selection Committee, Member
Experts and Evidence Action Group, Member
Federal Rule of Evidence 702 Task Force, Chair
Aggregation Action Group, Member
Consumer Fraud Claims Action Group, Member
Electronic Discovery Action Group, Member
Preemption Action Group, Member Lawyers for Civil Justice, E-Discovery Committee, Member
Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council, Member
American Association for Justice (formerly Association of Trial Lawyers of America), Associate Member
Germaine Lawrence Incorporated, Director (1980-2008); formerly served as President SPEECHES AND CONFERENCES

Chair, “Deposition Basics - Expert Witnesses and Audiovisual Depositions,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. seminar, 1991
Chair, “Deposition Basics - Expert Witnesses and Audiovisual Depositions,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. seminar, 1992
Chair, “Deposing Expert Witnesses,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. seminar, 1993
Chair, “Sophisticated Product Liability Litigation,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. seminar, 1994
Presentation, “Federal Preemption of Drug and Medical Device Claims: Where the Law Stands and Where It Might Go from Here,” Defense Research Institute Drug and Medical Device Litigation Seminar, May 1995
Chair, “Sophisticated Product Liability Litigation,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. seminar, 1996
Presentation, “Defenses in Drug and Medical Device Litigation,” Defense Research Institute Young Lawyers’ Training Seminar, May 1997
Presentation, “Proposed Changes to Rule 702 of the Federal Rules of Evidence,” Product Liability Advisory Council conference, October 1998
Chair, “Sophisticated Product Liability Litigation,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. seminar, 1999
Chair, “Personal Injury Conference ’99: Product Liability Breakout Session,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. seminar, 1999
Presentation, “Defenses in Drug and Medical Device Litigation,” Defense Research Institute Young Lawyers’ Training Seminar, March 1999
Panelist, “Enhancing Quality in Medication Use Systems,” National Association of Chain Drug Stores seminar, June 2001
Chair, “Handling Product Liability Cases,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. seminar, August 2002
Presentation, “Defenses in Drug and Medical Device Litigation,” Defense Research Institute Drug and Medical Device Committee Young Lawyers’ Training Seminar, September 2002
Presentation, “The Start of All Our Troubles: The FTC Act as Applied to Product Liability Cases,” Product Liability Advisory Council Conference, October 2004
Presentation, “Product Liability” for “Innovative Business and Breakthrough Technologies - The Legal Issues,” MIT Sloan School of Management, December 2004
Chair, “Defending Drug and Medical Device Litigation: A Primer for Young Lawyers,” Defense Research Institute Drug and Medical Device Committee seminar, October 2005
Presentation, “Product Liability” for “Basic Business Law Tilted Toward Innovation and Strategy,” MIT Sloan School of Management, November 2005
Presentation, “Product Liability” for “Basic Business Law Tilted Toward Innovation and Strategy,” MIT Sloan School of Management, November 2006
Chair, “Defending Drug and Medical Device Litigation: A Primer for Young Lawyers,” Defense Research Institute Drug and Medical Device Committee seminar, September 2007
Chair, “Defending Drug and Medical Device Litigation: A Primer for Young Lawyers,” Defense Research Institute Drug and Medical Device Committee seminar, September 2008
Presentation, “Product Liability” for “Basic Business Law Tilted Toward Innovation and Strategy,” MIT Sloan School of Management, November 2007
Presentation, “Product Liability” for “Basic Business Law Tilted Toward Innovation and Strategy,” MIT Sloan School of Management, November 2008 Publications


Product Liability Updates (1990-present) (over 50 individual issues summarizing developments in product liability, expert witness and related law)
The Judicial Gatekeeper: Should Massachusetts Apply Daubert to Screen Expert Testimony?, 79 MASS.L.REV. 94-103 (1994)

The position advocated by the article was subsequently adopted by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, which cited the article
Federal Preemption of Drug and Medical Device Claims: Where the Law Stands and Where It Might Go From Here, DEFENSE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, “DRUG AND MEDICAL DEVICE LITIGATION SEMINAR” (May 1995)
Rationalizing Product Liability for Prescription Drugs: Implied Preemption, Federal Common Law and Other Paths to Uniform Pharmaceutical Safety Standards, 45 DEPAUL L.REV. 395-434 (1996)
Federal Preemption in Drug and Medical Device Litigation: A Brief Outline, DEFENSE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, “DEFENDING DRUG AND MEDICAL DEVICE LITIGATION: A PRIMER FOR YOUNG LAWYERS” (May 1997)
Law in the First Circuit Since Daubert, 1998 Supplement, PRODUCT LIABILITY ADVISORY COUNCIL DESKBOOK “EXCLUSION OF IMPROPER EXPERT TESTIMONY: CASE LAW SUPPLEMENT”
Amicus Brief on behalf of Product Liability Advisory Council, Associated Industries of Massachusetts and New England Legal Foundation, Vassallo v. Baxter Healthcare Corp., 428 MASS. 1 (1998)

Arguing that manufacturer should not have duty to warn of product risks that were not known or reasonably scientifically knowable when product was sold; court adopted the rule as advocated
Comments to Federal Rules Advisory Committee Regarding Proposed Amendments to Fed. R. of Evid. 702, PRODUCT LIABILITY ADVISORY COUNCIL (March 1998)
Law in the First Circuit Since Daubert, 1999 Supplement, PRODUCT LIABILITY ADVISORY COUNCIL DESKBOOK “EXCLUSION OF IMPROPER EXPERT TESTIMONY: CASE LAW SUPPLEMENT”
Federal Preemption in Drug and Medical Device Litigation: A Brief Outline, DEFENSE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, “DEFENDING DRUG AND MEDICAL DEVICE LITIGATION: A PRIMER FOR YOUNG LAWYERS” (March 1999)
Design and Warning Defect Claims Under Massachusetts Product Liability Law: Completing the Merger of Negligence and Warranty, 43 BOSTON BAR JOURNAL 12-28 (March/April 1999)
Law in the First Circuit Since Daubert, 2000 Supplement, PRODUCT LIABILITY ADVISORY COUNCIL DESKBOOK “EXCLUSION OF IMPROPER EXPERT TESTIMONY: CASE LAW SUPPLEMENT”
The Impending Supreme Court Review of ‘Fraud-on-the-FDA’ Medical Device Claims: A Step Toward Clarity?, 1 FOOD AND DRUG LAW, REGULATION AND EDUCATION UPDATE 27 (January 2001)
The Express Preemption of Tort Claims Involving Medical Devices in the Aftermath of Medtronic, Inc. v. Lohr, DEFENSE RESEARCH INSTITUTE DEFENSE LIBRARY SERIES PUBLICATION (January 2001, publication pending)
Law in the First Circuit Since Daubert, 2001 Supplement, PRODUCT LIABILITY ADVISORY COUNCIL DESKBOOK “EXCLUSION OF IMPROPER EXPERT TESTIMONY: CASE LAW SUPPLEMENT”
Massachusetts Law Regarding FDCA Related Tort Claims, AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION PRODUCT LIABILITY COMMITTEE, PHARMACEUTICALS AND BIOLOGICALS SUBCOMMITTEE, “FIFTY STATE SURVEY OF FDCA RELATED TORT CAUSES OF ACTION” (2001)
Amicus Brief on behalf of Product Liability Advisory Council, Hoffman v. Houghton Chemical Corp., 434 MASS. 624 (2001)

Arguing court should adopt bulk supplier/sophisticated intermediary rule permitting manufacturer to satisfy duty to warn by warning intermediary; court adopted rule
Amicus Brief on behalf of Product Liability Advisory Council, Lewis v. Ariens Company, 434 MASS. 643 (2001)

Arguing any post sale duty to warn should not extend to second hand or other remote purchasers; court adopted rule
Excluding Expert Witnesses in Massachusetts State Court, AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION PRODUCT LIABILITY COMMITTEE, PHARMACEUTICALS AND BIOLOGICALS SUBCOMMITTEE, “50 STATE SURVEY OF CHALLENGING EXPERT WITNESSES IN PHARMACEUTICAL AND MEDICAL DEVICE CASES IN STATE COURT” (2002)
Federal Preemption of Drug and Medical Device Claims: A Brief Outline, DEFENSE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, “DEFENDING DRUG AND MEDICAL DEVICE LITIGATION: A PRIMER FOR YOUNG LAWYERS” (September 2002)
Coffee Burn Decision - Common Sense Prevails, AUSTRALIAN PRODUCT LIABILITY REPORTER (January/February 2003)
May a Third-Party Defendant Remove?, PRODUCT LIABILITY ADVISORY COUNCIL DESKBOOK, “GETTING OUT OF DODGE -- REMOVAL TO FEDERAL COURT: A DEFENDANT’S GUIDE” (April 2003)
“Massachusetts” Chapter, PRODUCT LIABILITY DESK REFERENCE: A FIFTY-STATE COMPENDIUM (2003) (Aspen Publishers, Inc.)
Product Liability Defense: Applying the Rule of Law Now and in the Future, INSIDE THE MINDS: LEADING PRODUCT LIABILITY LAWYERS -- INDUSTRY INSIDERS ON THE ART AND SCIENCE BEHIND SUCCESSFUL PRODUCT LIABILITY LAW (July/August 2003) (Aspatore Books)
State Farm: Refining the Constitutional Limitations on Punitive Damages Awards , 48 BOSTON BAR JOURNAL 6-7 (January/February 2004)
The Start of All Our Troubles: The FTC Act as Applied to Product Liability Cases, PRODUCT LIABILITY ADVISORY COUNCIL, “CONSUMER FRAUD CLAIMS CONFERENCE RESOURCE CD” (October 2004)
“Massachusetts” Chapter, PRODUCT LIABILITY ADVISORY COUNCIL, “CONSUMER FRAUD STATUTES: A GUIDE TO THE LAW IN THE 50 STATES” (October 2004)
“Massachusetts” Chapter, PRODUCT LIABILITY DESK REFERENCE: A FIFTY-STATE COMPENDIUM (2004) (Aspen Publishers, Inc.)
Avoiding Product Liability Claims, EXECBLUEPRINTS (2005) (Aspatore Books)
The Preemption of Tort Claims Involving Medical Devices, DEFENSE RESEARCH INSTITUTE MONOGRAPH (2006)
“Massachusetts” Chapter, PRODUCT LIABILITY DESK REFERENCE: A FIFTY-STATE COMPENDIUM (2005) (Aspen Publishers, Inc.)
“Massachusetts” Chapter, PRODUCT LIABILITY DESK REFERENCE: A FIFTY-STATE COMPENDIUM (2006) (Aspen Publishers, Inc.)
"Q&A With Foley Hoag's David Geiger" Product Liability360, (10/23/2007)
“Massachusetts” Chapter, AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION PRODUCT LIABILITY COMMITTEE, PHARMACEUTICALS AND BIOLOGICALS SUBCOMMITTEE, PUNITIVE DAMAGES IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCT LIABILITY - A 50-STATE SURVEY (2007)
“Massachusetts” Chapter, PRODUCT LIABILITY DESK REFERENCE: A FIFTY-STATE COMPENDIUM (2007) (Aspen Publishers, Inc.)
“Massachusetts” Chapter, BUSINESS TORTS: A FIFTY-STATE GUIDE (2007) (Aspen Publishing)
"Massachusetts" Chapter, PRODUCT LIABILITY DESK REFERENCE: A FIFTY-STATE COMPENDIUM (2008) (Aspen Publishing)
“Massachusetts” Chapter, BUSINESS TORTS: A FIFTY-STATE GUIDE (2008) (Aspen Publishing)
Amicus Brief on behalf of Product Liability Advisory Council, Iannacchino v. Ford Motor Company, 451 Mass. 623 (2008)

Arguing that based on the language, history and purpose of Mass. Gen. L. c.93A, §9, a plaintiff has been "injured" under the statute only when he has suffered harm compensable by damages at common law
Also arguing that a breach of warranty is not per se "unfair" or "deceptive" under c.93A "Massachusetts" Chapter, PRODUCT LIABILITY DESK REFERENCE: A FIFTY-STATE COMPENDIUM (2009) (Aspen Publishing)
"Massachusett" Chapter, BUSINESS TORTS: A FIFTY-STATE GUIDE (2009) (Aspen Publishing)
Massachusetts Consumer Class Actions, AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION PRODUCT LIABILITY COMMITTEE, PHARMACEUTICALS AND BIOLOGICALS SUBCOMMITTEE, 50 STATE SURVEY OF CONSUMER CLASS ACTIONS (to be published 2009)
Emerging Issues in Medical Device Law, Practising Law Institute, CURRENT LAW, STRATEGIES AND BEST PRACTICES IN PRODUCT LITIGATION (2009)
The Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, A Five-Year Perspective, DRI For The Defense (to be published January 2010)
"Massachusetts" Chapter, HANDBOOK ON PRODUCT LIABILITY JURY INSTRUCTIONS (to be published 2009), Product Liability Advisory Council
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Practice Areas
Commercial Litigation
Drug & Medical Device
General Litigation
Insurance Law
Mass Tort
Medical Liability
Personal Injury Litigation
Products Liability
Toxic Torts & Environmental Law
DRI Committees
Commercial Litigation
Cybersecurity and Data Privacy
Drug and Medical Device
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