Represented a woman who had an allergic reaction to a medication.  Several days after treatment at a local hospital, she returned to the hospital when her symptoms continued.  The medication, which caused her allergic reaction, was administered to her even after a do not dispense order had been placed in her charts.  As a result, the woman passed away several days later.  The case settled after mediation.

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Various engineering projects for a global infrastructure, finance and media company
Advised the infrastructure division of a global infrastructure, finance and media company's project management teams on various projects involving more
Establishment of an U.S. franchise system for Ecowash Mobile
Represented Ecowash Mobile, an Australian car wash franchisor, in the establishment of a franchise system of mobile car washes in the United States. more
Sherman Act conspiracy and monopoly claims against obstetrical staff of a major regional hospital
Represented the obstetrical staff of a major regional hospital in resisting Sherman Act conspiracy and monopoly claims made by a group of licensed more
Trademark merchandising for Merv Griffin Entertainment
Represents Merv Griffin Entertainment in trademark and copyright matters including clearance of title for new TV projects and disputes with respect more