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Stephanie Laws Authors Article for Law360 on Potential COVID-Related Legal Claims Facing Manufacturers

October 5, 2021

Stephanie Laws, a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, has authored an article for Law360 titled "Manufacturers Face Evolving COVID-19 Legal Challenges." In the article, Stephanie provides an overview of the potential legal claims and issues facing manufacturing companies as a result of the pandemic. Maslon Partner Katie Maechler and attorney Jeremy Krahn contributed to the article.

To read the article, go to: "Manufacturers Face Evolving COVID-19 Legal Challenges."

Stephanie represents businesses in complex civil litigation in federal and state courts nationwide in product liability, consumer protection, and commercial litigation matters; she also conducts internal investigations. Stephanie is experienced in all phases of litigation—from fact investigation through trial—with particular experience managing large-scale document review and production, e-discovery issues, and working with experts. In addition to aggressively litigating claims, Stephanie leverages early resolution strategies to avoid unnecessary litigation where possible.

Katie, a partner and co-chair of Maslon's Litigation Group, focuses her practice on product liability litigation, successfully representing medical device and consumer product manufacturers in federal and state courts throughout the country.

Jeremy, a Litigation Group attorney, concentrates his practice on product liability defense, corporate trust litigation, and complex commercial disputes.

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