Jackie L. Segel

Ms. Segel has more than 18 years of experience in complex products liability litigation. She has served as national counsel in high profile personal injury cases, class actions, MDLs and third-party reimbursement cases. Ms. Segel has also liaised with in-house counsel on document retention and discovery issues.

Ms. Segel has particular expertise in developing expert witnesses in complex medical and scientific areas for both tobacco and pharmaceutical companies, specifically in the areas of toxicology, psychiatry, epidemiology, chemistry, consumer behavior and marketing. Her expertise includes preparing these expert witnesses for Daubert hearings, depositions and trial testimony. Ms. Segel has also successfully developed company witnesses in all aspects of products cases, ranging from scientific issues to FDA regulation and manufacturing processes.

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Areas of Practice 1) Products Liability & Mass Torts
Law School Suffolk University Law School (J.D., 1990)
Education Skidmore College (B.S., 1987)
Most recent firm Goodwin Procter LLP
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