Law360 has selected the following Epstein Becker Green attorneys to serve on its 2024 Editorial Advisory Boards. (Read the full version – subscription required.)

Editorial advisory boards provide feedback to Law360 editors to improve news coverage and provide Law360 reporters with knowledgeable sources in their areas of focus.

Diversity & Inclusion
Edward M. Kennedy Jr. | Epstein Becker Green

Ted Kennedy, Jr., is a Member of the Firm at Epstein Becker Green. He is also the Co-Chair of the Disability Equality Index, the leading corporate social responsibility, accountability and ESG benchmarking tool that scores and tracks businesses on their disability inclusion policies and practices. 

Employment Authority Wage & Hour
Paul DeCamp | Epstein Becker Green

Paul DeCamp is a Member of the Firm and Co-Chair of Epstein Becker Green’s national Wage and Hour practice group. A former administrator of the DOL’s Wage and Hour Division, he represents employers and trade associations in complex and challenging wage and hour litigation, government investigations, and counseling matters.

Amy Lerman | Epstein Becker Green

Amy Lerman, Member of the Firm, advises clients on legal, regulatory, and reimbursement matters arising under the Medicare, Medicaid, and other third-party reimbursement programs. She also advises telehealth clients on trends and the development of regulatory strategies for growing and expanding telehealth businesses to achieve nationwide footprints.

Intellectual Property
Erik Weibust | Epstein Becker Green

Erik W. Weibust, Member of the Firm, is called upon by companies of all sizes and in various industries for his practical and thoughtful advice—and his aggressive representation in high-stakes trade secret, non-compete, and commercial litigation. Many of the world's leading companies look to Erik for guidance on how best to protect their trade secrets and customer relationships from misappropriation by former employees, ex-business partners, competitors, and hostile actors in the U.S. and abroad, and to avoid liability when hiring from competitors.

Life Sciences
Kate Gallin Heffernan | Epstein Becker Green

Kate Heffernan, Member of the Firm, advises academic medical centers, universities, hospitals, research institutes, and other stakeholders on issues affecting biomedical research, including: human subjects’ protection/privacy, compliance/misconduct, affiliations/contracting, investigator/institutional conflicts of interest, development/use of biorepositories/databases, FDA requirements, and special challenges applying the law to emerging areas of scientific innovation.

Mergers & Acquisitions
Anjana D. Patel | Epstein Becker Green

Anjana Patel is a Member of the Firm at Epstein Becker Green in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice. She advises health care individuals and businesses nationwide on health care transactions and health regulatory compliance issues, providing clients with creative and practical solutions while minimizing their risk and exposure.

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