Ethan practices in the Firm's Litigation Management Group, focusing on litigation and regulatory matters. Ethan represents Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and individuals in a variety of areas including contractual disputes, products liability, general liability, employment discrimination, labor law, class actions, brokerage, pharmaceutical litigation, pharmacy litigation, brokerage agreement disputes, consumer fraud, environmental matters and professional liability defense. Ethan has represented clients in state and federal courts as well as administrative bodies including the MCAD.
Ethan has experience assisting businesses in their efforts to comply with federal and state regulations including healthcare regulations promulgated under Medicare, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act.
•Ethan has successfully defended Fortune 500 companies in class action lawsuits including class actions based on consumer fraud and products liability.
•Ethan has successfully defended a large pharmacy chain and pharmaceutical companies in state and multi-district litigation involving allegations of pharmaceutical liability.
•Ethan has advised health care companies, including hospitals, physician groups and pharmacy providers, regarding peer review procedures, contractual issues and risk management issues.
•Ethan has advised health care companies on compliance issues with Medicare regulations, Medicaid regulations as well as other federal and state health care rules and regulations.
•Ethan has litigated labor law disputes between union members and healthcare businesses.
•Ethan has successfully defended clients in class action consumer fraud claims with potential class exposures in the multiple millions of dollars.
Before Edwards Wildman
Ethan was an associate at the Boston firm of Anderson, Adler, Cohen & Harvey, LLP prior to joining the Firm in 2003. During law school at Boston University, he was a Senior Editor of the Public Interest Law Journal.
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