December 17, 2020

2020 Update on Winning Strategies for Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Litigation

Webinar

Overview

Please join Faegre Drinker attorneys and leading in-house colleagues as they share strategic insights and tactics for addressing the challenges facing pharmaceutical and medical device companies. This half-day virtual program will include panels addressing mass tort settlement strategies, trial trends, attorney-client privilege issues and best practices for the ethical use of social media. There will also be an in-house counsel roundtable discussion. We look forward to having you join us on December 17.

Questions? Please contact Pamela Lashbrook or call +1 215 988 2483.

Services and Industries

Agenda

Thursday, December 17, 2020
12:30 – 5:30 p.m. ET

12:30 – 1:30 p.m. | The Attorney-Client Privilege and its Applicability to Interactions with Company and Outside Counsel in Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Litigation

Presenters

  • Andrew L. Campbell, Faegre Drinker
  • Jessica L. Brennan, Faegre Drinker
  • William A. Hanssen, Faegre Drinker
  • Amy Todd Klug, Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. | Settlement Strategies in Mass Tort Litigation

Presenters

  • James Stephen Bennett, Faegre Drinker
  • Susan M. Sharko, Faegre Drinker
  • Amy R. Fiterman, Faegre Drinker
  • Eileen Hunter, Boston Scientific

2:30 – 2:35 p.m. | 5-Minute Break

2:35 – 3:35 p.m. | In-House Counsel Roundtable Discussion: The Impact of COVID-19 And Beyond

Moderators

  • Andrea Roberts Pierson, Faegre Drinker
  • Michael C. Zogby, Faegre Drinker

Panelists

  • Christopher Gramling, Eli Lilly & Co.
  • Adrienne Hollander, American Regent, Inc.
  • Cynthia Kretz, Cook Group
  • Zane Riester, Johnson & Johnson

3:35 – 4:35 p.m. | Current Trends Impacting Jury Selection and Trial Strategies in Pharmaceutical/Medical Device Cases, Including COVID Considerations

Presenters

  • William V. Essig, Faegre Drinker
  • John P. Mandler, Faegre Drinker
  • Lisa Dunkin, Zimmer Biomet

4:35 – 4:40 p.m. | 5-Minute Break

4:40 – 5:40 p.m. | Social Media and its Applicability and Impact in Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Litigation

Presenters

  • Adam M. Masin, Faegre Drinker
  • Adrienne Franco Busby, Faegre Drinker
  • John J. Powers, Faegre Drinker
  • Sean Kennedy, Bristol Myers Squibb

Continuing Education

This course has been approved for 5 hours of CLE credit, including 3 hours of ethics credit. Specific course credit information is provided below for each session.  

The Attorney-Client Privilege and its Applicability to Interactions with Company and Outside Counsel in Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Litigation

This program has been approved only for the following continuing legal education credits:

  • California – 1.0 participatory hours of legal ethics
  • Colorado – 1.0 hours of ethics credit
  • Connecticut – 1.0 reciprocal hours of ethics credit
  • Illinois – 1.0 hours of professional responsibility credit for the ethics, civility, and professionalism requirement
  • Indiana – 1.0 distance hours of ethics, continuing education credit
  • New Jersey – 1.2 distance hours of credit for ethics/professionalism
  • New York – 1.0 hours or non-traditional hours of ethics and professionalism credit for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys
  • Pennsylvania – 1.0 live or distance hours of ethics
  • Texas – 1.0 hours of legal ethics credit
  • Florida – 1.0 reciprocal hours of ethics credit

An application for approval of this course has been submitted and is pending in the following states: Delaware, Iowa, Minnesota and Virginia.

Settlement Strategies in Mass Tort Litigation

This program has been approved only for the following continuing legal education credits:

  • California –1.0 participatory hours of legal ethics credit
  • Colorado – 1.0 live hours of ethics credit
  • Connecticut – 1.0 reciprocal hours of ethics credit
  • Illinois – 1.0 hours of professional responsibility credit; for the ethics, civility, and professionalism requirement
  • Indiana – 1.0 distance hours of ethics continuing education credit
  • New Jersey – 1.2 distance hours of credit for ethics/professionalism
  • New York – 1.0 non-traditional hours of ethics and professionalism credit for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys
  • Pennsylvania – 1.0 distance hours of ethics CLE credit
  • Texas – 1.0 hours of legal ethics/professional responsibility credit

An application for approval of this course has been submitted and is pending in the following states: Delaware, Iowa, Minnesota, Florida and Virginia.

In-House Counsel Roundtable Discussion: The Impact of COVID-19 And Beyond

This program has been approved only for the following continuing legal education credits:

  • California – 1.0 participatory hours of general credit
  • Colorado – 1.0 live hours of general credit
  • Connecticut – 1.0 reciprocal hours of general credit
  • Illinois – 1.0 hours of general credit
  • Indiana – 1.0 distance hours of substantive general credit
  • New Jersey – 1.2 distance hours of CLE credit
  • New York – 1.0 non-traditional hours of professional practice credit for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys
  • Pennsylvania – 1.0 distance hours of substantive law, practice, and procedure CLE credit
  • Florida – 1.0 reciprocal hours of general credit
  • Texas – 1.0 hours of general credit

An application for approval of this course has been submitted and is pending in the following states: Delaware, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri and Virginia.

Current Trends Impacting Jury Selection and Trial Strategies in Pharmaceutical/Medical Device Cases, Including COVID Considerations

This program has been approved only for the following continuing legal education credits:

  • California – 1.0 participatory hours of general credit
  • Colorado – 1.0 live hours of general credit
  • Connecticut – 1.0 reciprocal hours of general credit
  • Illinois – 1.0 hours of general credit
  • Indiana – 1.0 distance hours of substantive general credit
  • New Jersey – 1.2 distance hours of CLE credit
  • New York – 1.0 non-traditional hours of professional practice credit for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys
  • Pennsylvania – 1.0 distance hours of substantive law, practice, and procedure CLE credit
  • Florida – 1.0 reciprocal hours of general credit
  • Texas – 1.0 hours of general credit

An application for approval of this course has been submitted and is pending in the following states: Delaware, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri and Virginia.

Social Media and its Applicability and Impact in Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Litigation

This program has been approved only for the following continuing legal education credits:

  • California –1.0 participatory hours of legal ethics credit
  • Colorado – 1.0 live hours of ethics credit
  • Connecticut – 1.0 reciprocal hours of ethics credit
  • Illinois – 1.0 hours of professional responsibility credit; for the ethics, civility, and professionalism requirement
  • Indiana – 1.0 distance hours of ethics continuing education credit
  • New Jersey – 1.2 distance hours of credit for ethics/professionalism
  • New York – 1.0 non-traditional hours of ethics and professionalism credit for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys
  • Pennsylvania – 1.0 distance hours of ethics CLE credit
  • Texas – 1.0 hours of legal ethics/professional responsibility credit

An application for approval of this course has been submitted and is pending in the following states: Delaware, Iowa, Minnesota, Florida and Virginia.

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