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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Benefits counseling services for a non-profit health organization
Assisted a nationwide community-based health organization with the review and updating of their broad-based qualified plans and executive benefit more
Simultaneous IPO and acquisition for Beneficial Mutual Bancorp Inc.
Represented Beneficial Mutual Savings Bank in its $236 million initial public offering and its simultaneous $183 million acquisition of FMS Financial more
Largest proposed OSHA fine in North Carolina history for HoltraChem Manufacturing Company
Represented the HoltraChem Manufacturing Co. in the largest Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) fine in North Carolina history. more
Patent prosecution and counseling for OncImmune, a diagnostics start-up company
Represents OncImmune, a diagnostics start-up affiliated with the University of Nottingham, in obtaining patents for cancer diagnostic methods.  These more