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Two Morrison & Foerster Lawyers Named Top Healthcare Lawyers by Daily Journal

08 Nov 2021

The Daily Journal has named Erin Bosman and Catherine Polizzi to its list of Top Healthcare Lawyers. The recognition honors leading California lawyers who specialize in healthcare litigation, transactions, and counseling.

As co-chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Class Actions and Mass Torts Practice Group and a founder of the firm’s AI Group, Erin Bosman uses her extensive experience litigating product liability issues to counsel clients on product development, risk assessments, product labeling, and risk mitigation strategies to help them avoid and defeat product liability claims. When necessary, Erin advises on crisis management and guides clients through product recalls. She has earned her clients’ trust through her commitment and passion for advancing their innovations and securing optimal business outcomes for their legal issues. Clients seek out Erin to be their national coordinating and trial counsel in class action cases and multijurisdictional and multidistrict proceedings. She represents household names in healthcare, consumer products, medical devices, pharmaceutical, technology, and artificial intelligence.

Dr. Catherine Polizzi is at the epicenter and wellspring of healthcare law developing strategies for cutting-edge technologies that are the foundation of healthcare and treatment. Iconic brands and disruptive startups in the healthcare, biotech, and pharma sectors rely on Catherine for her vigorous, creative, and ultra-effective approach to IP strategy and challenges, risk assessment, and due diligence work across the country and around the world. She is entrusted with complex and challenging matters by an array of companies, from small startups to large pharmaceutical companies, to protect innovative therapies, blockbuster drugs, and novel technologies as they emerge from laboratories into the commercial realm and ultimately help millions of people.

You can view the list of winners on the Daily Journal’s website.



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