Given the current climate, home-use medical devices have become increasingly important, which is reflected in their unprecedented market growth this past year. Home-use medical devices offer users the ability to monitor their health and seek early treatment for serious illness. But what happens when a product that is created for use by medical professionals is converted into a home-use device for patients?
In this webinar, attorneys William Judge and Nicole Walsh of Hill Ward Henderson will discuss:
Bill is a Shareholder in Hill Ward Henderson's Litigation Group. He is also co-chair of the firm's Cybersecurity, Data Breach and Protection practice group. His practice primarily involves products liability, commercial disagreements, automotive and general liability, construction disputes, medical malpractice, cybersecurity, and intellectual property. He has represented a variety of Fortune 500 clients in litigation involving medical devices, air bags, seatbelts, automotive brake systems, consumer products/appliances, pharmaceuticals, restraint of trade/non-compete agreements, contract disputes, premises liability, complex multi-unit construction projects, and intellectual property. In addition to statewide representation of clients, Bill also handled several litigation matters in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Nicole is an Associate in the firm’s Litigation Group. Her practice includes the defense of product liability and tort claims, as well as premises liability and personal injury actions. She also represents automobile dealerships defending cases on sales, F&I and advertising practices along with a diverse array of digital accessibility claims. Nicole’s practice affords her extensive experience in both federal and state court, as well as arbitration matters. She has defended national clients in numerous automotive, trucking, consumer products, and power tool products liability cases throughout Florida, as well as represented retailers and home builders in premises liability matters. Clients represented include those in: manufacturing, automotive, retail, financial services, hospitality, sports and home building industries.