Sarah’s practice focuses on defending pharmaceutical, medical device, consumer product, and automotive manufacturers in complex litigation cases. Her experience includes arguing dispositive and other motions and navigating clients through the discovery and trial preparation processes. She drafts motions in state and federal courts, researches complex legal issues, and takes depositions.

Before becoming an attorney, Sarah received a doctorate in pharmacy and practiced as a clinical pharmacist. Sarah’s clinical practice focused on HIV/AIDS, and she was certified by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. Her pharmacy experience also includes the community setting. This training and experience has provided Sarah with a valuable perspective on litigating pharmaceutical and product liability cases.

Sarah is also committed to pro bono service, providing representation to youth as an attorney ad litem with Crossroads for Florida Kids.


A Prescription for Pharmaceutical PreemptionRutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy, Vol 20:2, Spring 2023 (with Philip S. Goldberg and Christopher P. Gramling).

The Early Bird Gets the Worm: How the First-to-File Rule Can Determine Venue for Similar Subsequently Filed Cases, and Recommendations for Motion Practice, Perspectives, Younger Lawyers Division, Federal Bar Association, pages 5-8, Winter 2023 (with Anitra Raiford Clement).