Rebecca’s practice focuses on pharmaceutical and medical device product liability defense and cosmetics and personal care products litigation. She has been involved in the defense and management of complex lawsuits in multi-district litigation, mass torts, as well as individual cases pending in state and federal courts across the country. She also counsels clients on regulatory issues, particularly in the realm of FDA oversight and cosmetics.

Rebecca’s work involves many facets of litigation, including: initial case assessment, removal of state court actions and defending remand of the same, discovery management, depositions, expert witness development in various fields, pre-trial motions and preparation, dispositive motion preparation, and inventory and individual settlement negotiations.

In addition to her product liability practice, Rebecca is actively engaged in representing pro bono clients. She also maintains an active interest in undergraduate mock trial, a program that fosters an interest in the legal profession and practical trial skills for undergraduate students, and has previously coached various undergraduate mock trial programs.



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