Wendy is a partner in Lieff Cabraser's New York office who represents individuals injured, and the loved ones of those who died, from the negligence of others. With more than thirty years of courtroom experience to draw upon, a large part of Wendy’s practice today consists of representing patients who ingested prescription drugs with undisclosed and dangerous side effects, as well as patients who received defective medical devices, were injured by defective products, and individuals who were victims of consumer fraud.
Wendy has served in leadership roles in significant Multidistrict Litigation cases in federal and state courts involving pharmaceutical drugs, medical devices, and personal health products. These cases include the Zimmer Durom Cup Hip Implant Litigation, Yaz and Yasmin Product Liability Litigation, DePuy Hip Implant Litigation, Medtronic Sprint Fidelis heart lead, the Guidant cardiac defibrillator, the Ortho Evra Patch litigation, and contaminated contact lens solution litigation against Bausch & Lomb and Abbott Medical Optics.
Wendy devotes a part of her practice to a wide range of individual catastrophic injury cases. Her expertise includes vehicle accidents based on design defects, as well as serious and complicated medical malpractice cases.
Since 2006, Wendy has been named a New York Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers magazine. She is an officer of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association.