Mr. Hernandez focuses his practice on antitrust litigation, counseling and... more
Mr. Hernandez focuses his practice on antitrust litigation, counseling and compliance, as well as complex commercial litigation. His antitrust law experience extends to matters involving price-fixing, tying, exclusive dealing, product distribution (e.g., resale price maintenance policies, drafting and enforcement of distribution agreements, and other vertical restraints), franchising, monopol... view profile
Ms. Brady has been defending professional liability lawsuits for over 25 years. She... more
Ms. Brady has been defending professional liability lawsuits for over 25 years. She has tried cases representing physicians, nurses, advanced practice nurses, chiropractors, podiatrists and acute care and rehabilitation hospitals. Ms. Brady is a 1978 graduate of Georgetown University, College of Arts & Sciences with a degree in Government. She received her J.D. from Southwestern Universi... view profile
I pride myself on a personal approach to each and every client and case. Having... more
I pride myself on a personal approach to each and every client and case. Having always been with specialty firms representing the victims of medical malpractice, serious injury car crashes, truck crashes, serious burn cases and defective and unsafe products injuries, I continue this practice with straight forward and aggressive representation to seek the justice required. Personal injury requir... view profile
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