- Manufacturing & Transportation
- Toxic Tort
- Product Liability
|Contact Info||Telephone: 314.345.6467|
|University ||Merrimack College, B.S., Chemistry, summa cum laude, 1993; Tufts University, M.S., Analytical Chemistry, 1995|
|Law School||Boston University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2007 Journal of Science and Technology Law|
|Admitted||2007, Massachusetts; 2012, Missouri|
As a member of the Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation industry group, Dominique litigates and advises on behalf of clients in the pharmaceutical, chemical and mortgage industries in high-stakes toxic tort, product liability and intellectual property cases. She deposes and defends authoritative witnesses across various disciplines for bench and jury trials and arbitration proceedings. She also manages expert teams for complex commercial and mass tort litigation.
Before joining the firm, Dominique was an Associate at Goodwin Procter in Boston. She also previously worked as a forensic chemist for the Massachusetts State Police Crime Laboratory, where she routinely responded to crime scenes, analyzed scientific evidence and testified in jury trials as an expert witness.
Spina Bifida Association of Massachusetts, Board of Directors, 2003-2004
Managed the litigation team of five associates in multimillion-dollar product liability mass tort case where a dozen expert witnesses were retained and prepared for depositions in a variety of fields, including anesthesiology, hepatology, epidemiology, gastroenterology, neuropsychology, underwriting and statistical analysis.
•Handled day-to-day management of seven experts and two consulting teams in a commercial arbitration matter requiring extensive contact with client in the mortgage industry.
12.02.13 OSHA's Plans to Make Workplace Injury Reports Public Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation Blog
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OSHA’s Plans to Make Workplace Injury Reports Public
Dominique Savinelli, December 10, 2013
OSHA’s proposed rule was announced on November 8. It modifies an employer’s obligation to transmit records of injury and illness reports to OSHA by amending 29 CFR 1904.41. The new regulation adds three new electronic reporting requirements. First, companies with 250 employees or more...
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