Nashville Attorneys Appointed to Key Roles in Meningitis Case - Articles

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Posted by: Brittany Sims on Apr 10, 2013

Mark Chalos of Leiff Cabraser Heinmann & Bernstein has been appointed federal-state-liaison counsel for the large product liability lawsuit against the New England Compounding Pharmacy. He will coordinate communication with attorneys handling cases against the company, which filed for bankruptcy late last year after it shipped to hospitals and other care providers tainted materials that led to an outbreak of fungal meningitis. The Nashville Post reports that Chalos has also been named to a seven-members plaintiff’s steering committee, joining Nashville lawyer Gerard Stranch, a member at Branstetter Stranch & Jennings. That committee, which will coordinate the pretrial discovery on behalf of the plaintiffs, also includes attorneys from Boston, Atlanta, Michigan and Virginia.