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Lindsay Buchanan Burke

Lindsay Burke is vice chair of the firm’s employment practice group and regularly advises U.S., international, and multinational employers on employee management issues and international HR compliance. Her domestic practice includes advice pertaining to discrimination, leave, whistleblower, wage and hour, trade secret, and non-competition issues arising under federal and state laws, while her international practice focuses on drafting global employment policies and coordinating multi-country surveys to ensure that employment contracts and policies comply with employment laws across many jurisdictions.

Laura Flahive Wu

As a litigator, Laura Flahive Wu handles an array of commercial disputes and class actions across a variety of industries, including sports, media, internet, technology and financial services. She has significant experience representing clients in complex contractual disputes, cable carriage complaints, and securities litigation.

Pamela Forrest

Pamela Forrest has over 20 years of experience in advising clients on a broad range of FDA regulatory issues. Her practice focuses on FDA medical device matters, including premarket notification, premarket approval, product recalls, Medical Device Reporting (MDR), Quality System Regulation (QSR) compliance, establishment registration and device listing, labeling and promotion, import/export issues, and clinical trial requirements.

Alexa Hansen

Alexa Hansen practices in the area of patent litigation and matters before the Patent Trial and Appeals Board, with an emphasis on pharmaceutical and biological patents. In addition to her litigation work, she also provides patent analysis for product acquisitions and financial transactions. Prior to law school, she worked as a medicinal chemist at Merck & Co. designing small molecule drugs. As a result of her research there, Ms. Hansen is a named inventor on three patents.

Megan Keane

Megan Keane is an experienced litigator whose practice focuses on representing life sciences clients in high-stakes patent litigation and other intellectual property matters. Ms. Keane has taken a leading role in representing clients on complex matters from case inception through trial and appeal. She has experience arguing motions and claim construction, taking and defending expert and fact depositions, and overseeing case strategy and management.

Sam Pyun

Sam Pyun is an English law-qualified lawyer specializing in corporate and banking transactions, with a focus on cross-border projects, financings and acquisitions in the energy, resources and infrastructure sectors. He has advised clients at all levels including sponsors, vendors, purchasers, contractors, banks and ECAs on projects and transactions in Asia, Europe, Latin America, the CIS, Africa and the Middle East. Prior to joining Covington, Mr. Pyun worked at a leading English law firm, with time spent in London, Dubai, and Tokyo as well as a secondment to a major trading company in Tokyo. He speaks English, Korean, and Japanese.

Emily Ullman

Emily Ullman has a complex civil litigation practice focusing on products liability and mass torts work, primarily representing members of the life sciences industry and consumer goods manufacturers and suppliers across federal and state courts. In addition, she counsels companies facing transactions, regulatory interactions, or strategic decisions that expose them to tort risk.