Rosemary (“Roe”) concentrates her practice in environmental and toxic tort litigation, particularly those matters related to product liability and complex business litigation. She handles cases involving exposure to industrial chemicals, building materials and PCBs.  Rosemary has represented clients facing multimillion-dollar exposure at both trial and appellate levels in state and federal courts.

In particular, Rosemary brings in-depth knowledge and insight to cases that involve questions of medical causation or toxicity, and those related to medical treatment and monitoring. Before entering the legal profession, Rosemary was a critical care nurse; she later worked as a senior clinical research associate for a biopharmaceutical company where she managed clinical trials involving investigational medications. 

Rosemary also counsels clients and is an invited speaker on issues of risk management and risk avoidance, helping them to avert the threat of litigation while protecting their businesses.   

Before transitioning into environmental litigation, Rosemary represented hospitals, physicians, nurses and other health care providers and facilities in both complex malpractice and corporate liability matters, as well as issues that involved HIPAA and compliance with governmental regulations pertaining to health care.


Representative Matters


Malpractice and the Trainee, Pennsylvania Radiological Society Annual Resident and Fellows Symposium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 25, 2018.

Elements of a Legal Suit Duty, Breach, Causation, Damages and the Links Between Them, Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, December 1, 2015.

Development and Implementation of Well-Designed Policies and Procedures, ECRI Institute, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, September 12, 2013. 

Do’s and Don’ts on Trial, and Medical Legal Update: Breast Imaging, University of Pennsylvania Department of Radiology Summer Conference, Napa, California, August 8, 2012.