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Beau Darley joined Beasley Allen Law Firm in August 2011 in the Mass Torts Section, where he is working on cases involving transvaginal mesh, a type of surgical mesh used for the repair of common pelvic floor disorders, as well as cases involving the chemotherapy drug Taxotere, which has been linked to claims that the drug causes permanent hair loss.
Ann E. Rice Ervin represents victims injured by harmful pharmaceutical drugs and defective medical devices, working to hold accountable those responsible for corporate wrongdoing and inadequate product warning, research and testing.
As a strong advocate for the most defenseless members of society, Kimberly Barone Baden seeks accountability and compensation for victims of corporate misconduct, medical negligence and harmful medical drugs. She manages mass tort pharmaceutical litigation through complex personal injury and economic damages cases.
Virginia Buchanan is a shareholder at Levin, Papantonio, Rafferty, Proctor, Buchanan, O’Brian, Barr & Mougey, P.A., having joined the firm in 1989. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Florida in 1985, and received her Juris Doctorate Degree, with honors, from the University of Florida in 1989.
Troy Bouk is an associate attorney with Levin Papantonio Rafferty. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario in London, Canada. He continued his education at McGill University in Montreal, Canada where he completed a graduate program in Public Accountancy. Upon graduation, Mr. Bouk began his professional career as an auditor for Ernst & Young, which is one of the world’s largest professional services firms, and one of the world’s Big Four auditing firms.
Sandra L. Duggan is a native of St. Louis and she graduated from Washington University with Phi Beta Kappa. Having earned a J.D. degree from Columbia University School of Law, Ms. Duggan was admitted to the bar in 1986. Since moving to Philadelphia in 1989, Ms. Duggan has focused her practice on class action litigation.
Brendan A. McDonough works in Weitz & Luxenberg’s Drug and Medical Device Litigation practice group litigation unit. He first worked here as a biomedical engineer and paralegal after graduating from Cornell University’s College of Engineering.
Rebuttal was founded by Ray DeLorenzi, who has counseled clients from the halls of Congress to the courtroom in a wide range of civil cases and adversarial regulatory enforcement actions. Ray’s groundbreaking communications campaigns have helped clients achieve verdicts and settlements totaling tens of billions of dollars.