Lakewood, Colorado USA
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Extensive experience in representing companies in regulated industries, including representation of a hospital system, medical practices, medical device companies and a pharmaceutical research company.
Obtained a temporary restraining order against a Fortune 10 vendor of electronic medical record software, forcing the vendor’s reinstatement of critical support services and a settlement and exit strategy for a multi-state hospital system.
Closed over 250 acquisitions (public and private), with first-chair responsibility, in diverse industries.
Skilled in preventive law, corporate and regulatory compliance, litigation prevention and outside counsel selection and management.
Established worldwide compliance program for a large contract manufacturer operating in 23 countries and engaged in multiple businesses, including medical device manufacture.
Hands-on attorney and manager, having managed a legal department with over 20 professionals, with full responsibility for establishing and meeting budgets and employee performance.
Co-author of one of the most popular desk references on technology law for attorneys, Representing High-Tech Companies, Law Journal Press (©1999, 2012).
Author of the first comprehensive, worldwide survey of biotechnology law, The Regulation of Hazards and Property Rights in Biotechnology, SRI International (©1983). I have kept this knowledge current, for use in client engagements and for incorporation into my book on technology law.
Strong technical background, having earned three degrees from MIT in four years (a school record). I matriculated to the MIT graduate school after my freshman year.
JD and MBA degrees from Stanford University.
Continuing legal education (CLE) speaker and recognized expert in the fields of representing technology-driven business, mergers and acquisitions and knowledge management.
SISTERS OF CHARITY OF LEAVENWORTH HEALTH SYSTEM, INC., Denver, Colorado (2010-Present):
Corporate Contracts Counsel. Legal advice, guidance and transactional services pertaining to finance, business development, acquisitions, technology, compliance, contracts and other matters to hospitals, other care sites and system-wide internal departments, including finance, information technology, clinical integration (quality), compliance and human resources.
Stanford University, Stanford, California (1979-1983). Doctor of Jurisprudence; Master of Business Administration.
Central Intelligence Agency, Langley, Virginia (1979). Graduate Fellow, Office of Strategic Research.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1975-1979). Master of Science (Strategic Studies); Bachelor of Science (Econometrics); Bachelor of Science (Urban Systems).
Co-Author, Representing High-Tech Companies, Law Journal Press (©1999, 2012), often used as a desk reference by corporate counsel in the technology industry. Martindale-Hubbell “AV” (highest) rating.
State Bar of Texas; Kansas State Bar (in-house counsel); Colorado Bar (applied). Phi Beta Kappa. Editor, Stanford Journal of International Law.
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