My recent practice has been as an eDiscovery attorney involved in large-volume electronically stored information cases relating to antitrust, employment discrimination, pharmaceuticals, Hatch-Waxman Act, Hart-Scott-Rodino Act, the False Claims Act and others. I also have experience as a transactional attorney focusing on commercial technology and engineering contracts. I previously worked as contract counsel for IBM and as in-house counsel for a Rockville-based technology company where I was responsible for drafting and negotiating computer hardware and software contracts and responding to complex RFP’s. I have also represented engineering construction clients who build cellular telephone towers.
Before becoming an attorney, I was a marketing representative for IBM. As a result of my business and legal backgrounds, I have substantial experience addressing the needs of business development professionals.
I received my B.S. from the University of Maryland and my J.D. from the American University Washington College of Law. Upon graduation from law school, I clerked for D.C. Superior Court Judge Richard Salzman.
Member of the DC Bar Association