Sindhu Daniel manages the firm’s Pharmaceutical Litigation Group and has a passion for representing people harmed by big pharmaceutical companies which have marketed their products as safe when they are not or have otherwise misrepresented the efficacy and toxicity of their medical commodities.
Over the course of her career Ms. Daniel has played significant roles in complex multi-district litigation involving Vioxx, Fresenius Granuflo/Naturalyte dialysis products, Actos, DePuy Orthopaedics and Celebrex, to name a few.
Ms. Daniel has also served as co-lead negotiator on behalf of a large group of plaintiffs in a case involving severe and permanent injuries caused by transvaginal mesh implants. She was instrumental in building consensus with other plaintiffs’ attorneys and actively led negotiations with defendants. In addition, Ms. Daniel has extensive experience in devising settlement matrices used to allocate funds in pharmaceutical and medical device mass torts. She has also successfully negotiated numerous confidential settlements in complex mass tort litigations.
In 2015, Sindhu Daniel was appointed as a Plaintiff’s Steering Committee member by the Honorable Judge Eldon E. Fallon in In Re: Xarelto Products Liability Litigation. She currently holds positions as co-chairs of the Administrative Committee and Privilege-Log Subcommittee.
Additionally, as a member of the Bellwether Committee, Ms. Daniel serves as the point person between plaintiffs and MDL Centrality, an online exchange portal that facilitates the assembly, organization, inventory, exchange, and analysis of massive amounts of data and documents, and provides an automated method to serve, store, monitor and use Plaintiff and Defendant Fact Sheet information.
In this capacity, Ms. Daniel organizes and evaluates large amounts of data and provides critical case information to her respective plaintiff’s committees which is used to devise bellwether strategy and analyze cases for trial selection.
Ms. Daniel graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1991 and Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law in 1994. She is licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Michigan.
Bar & Court Admissions:
- New Jersey
- American Association for Justice
- Women En Masse
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