Focused on the Science of Product Liability
Victoria identifies the appropriate experts, prepares strategies to address opposing parties’ experts’ theories, and writes Daubert briefs to limit or exclude opposing parties’ experts. Victoria works with expert witnesses to address regulatory and scientific issues that arise in product liability litigation. She also has experience defending medical causation theories through working with epidemiologists.
Regulatory Risk Identification
Victoria uses her litigation experience to assist drug and device clients with the review of clinical study reports, instructions for use, product warranties, promotional materials and other regulatory submittals. Victoria’s work with regulatory issues in drug and device litigation aids in spotting thorny language that could raise questions with an agency or become challenging in potential litigation.
Beyond product liability litigation and regulatory matters, Victoria also advises on environmental litigation, insurance recovery, environmental due diligence and historic preservation matters.
Before joining Faegre Drinker, Victoria worked as an associate for an Indiana firm, focusing on environmental matters. Prior to law school, she worked as an architectural reviewer at the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission and an architectural historian at an architecture and engineering firm in Wisconsin.
- Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law — Adjunct Professor, Food and Drug Law, 2021