Sandra G. Stoneman
is co-head of the firm's Life Sciences Practice Group and serves on the Philadelphia Office Inclusion Committee. Ms. Stoneman concentrates her practice in the areas of general corporate, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and private equity and securities law, representing entrepreneurs, emerging companies, public companies and investors. She also serves as outside general counsel to emerging healthcare and technology companies, representing them in various matters from formation through exit, including organization and structure matters, founder relationships, financing arrangements, strategic, licensing and partnering transactions, clinical trial and other research agreements and commercial and operational arrangements. Additionally, Ms. Stoneman advises management and boards of directors on corporate governance matters.
Ms. Stoneman is an adjunct professor at Temple Law School, teaching a Practicum on entrepreneur legal support.
Ms. Stoneman is a 1997 magna cum laude graduate of Temple University School of Law, where she was an articles editor for the Temple Law Review, and is a summa cum laude graduate of the State University of New York at Binghamton.
Honors & Awards
•Named one of Pennsylvania's Lawyers on the Fast Track by The Legal Intelligencer, August 2008
•Named a Super Lawyer Rising Star by the publishers of Law and Politics magazine, 2005-2007
Selected Speaking Engagements
•Moderator, Big Data: What are the Opportunities in Healthcare?, Greater Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies (November 2014)
•Speaker, Stakeholder Agreements and Choice of Entity, Temple University Blackstone Launchpad Program (October 2014)
•Panelist, Pharmaceutical Consulting Consortium International Meeting, (February 2014)
•Frequent lecturer at The Women's Business Development Center JumpStart panel programs (2010-present)
•Panelist, Power of Persuasion event hosted by Entrepreneurs' Forum, (May 2008)
•Speaker, Choice of Entity, Wharton Venture Initiation Program Presentation, (February 2008)
•Panelist, How to Become Fundable, lunch panel discussion at New Jersey Technology Council Venture Fair, (March 2006)
• Celebrating Five Years Stronger: A Few Words from PACT Leaders, imPACT Times, June 2015
•Co-author, SEC Adopts 'Regulation A+' Rules, Duane Morris Alert, April 10, 2015
• Judicial and Congressional Back-Door Methods That Limit the Effect of Roe v. Wade: There is No Choice if There is No Access, Temple Law Review (1997)