STEP focuses on pharmaceuticals, medical devices, pesticides and herbicides, industrial pollution, and other environmental poisons. Members exchange information on subjects as varied as federal preemption, Daubert challenges, and practice nuts and bolts.
The Section on Toxic, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Torts (STEP) is endowed by David S. Shrager.
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- Chair: Kimberly D. Barone Baden | Motley Rice, LLC, Mt. Pleasant, SC
- Chair-Elect: Kevin S. Hannon | The Hannon Law Firm, LLC, Denver, CO
- Vice Chair: O. Mark Zamora | The Orlando Firm, P.C., St. Petersburg, GA
- Secretary: Rhon E. Jones | Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C., Montgomery, AL
- Treasurer: Kelly K. McNabb | Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, San Francisco, CA
- Immediate Past Chair: Jessica Meeder | Murphy Falcon & Murphy, PA, Baltimore, MD
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