Sally W. Bryan’s practice consists primarily of representing pharmaceutical clients in regional, national, and international matters involving both vaccines and drug products. Sally has also been involved to a limited extent with the representation of non-pharmaceutical commercial clients, including those who conduct medical research and those in the healthcare and defense industries.
Sally has decades of experience representing pharmaceutical clients. Her direct and supervisory responsibilities have been extensive and varied, including:
- Interacting extensively with company witnesses in connection with the factual development of her clients’ cases
- Working with and preparing expert witnesses for deposition
- Assisting with the development and implementation of factual and scientific defenses used across cases in nationwide litigations
- Designing and using databases to manage, analyze, and produce documents in matters of all sizes
- Supervising and managing the collection, review, and production of hard copy and electronic documents in matters of varying sizes.
- Overseeing third-party vendors and dozens of attorneys and paralegals working in various capacities.
- Represents a vaccine manufacturer in a whistleblower lawsuit involving allegations that a clinical trial was fraudulently conducted and that the manufacturer made misstatements about the efficacy of a vaccine
- Represents in the United States and internationally the manufacturer of a vaccine that protects against human papillomavirus, in matters involving multiple claimed injuries
- Represents in a nationwide litigation the manufacturer of a vaccine used to prevent herpes zoster virus, where plaintiffs claimed that the vaccine causes a number of different injuries
- Represented a vaccine manufacturer in a nationwide litigation involving the allegation that a preservative in vaccines causes autism
- Represented the manufacturer of a cholesterol-reducing drug in a nationwide litigation where plaintiffs claimed that the drug caused the development of muscle and psychological injuries
- Represented the manufacturer of a pain medication in a nationwide litigation involving allegations that the drug caused the development of chondrolysis.
- Represented a prominent medical research institution and researcher in a case involving a claim of research fraud
- Represented a regional healthcare system in a case involving a breach-of-contract claim related to the supply of drugs to hospitals.
- J.D. magna cum laude Widener University School of Law 1996
- B.A. Bucknell University 1993
Bar Admissions : Maryland, Pennsylvania
Court Admissions : U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
Clerk Experience : Honorable Marvin J. Garbis U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland 1996 1997.
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