March 26, 2021
Several McGuireWoods lawyers were featured in Richmond Law, the University of Richmond School of Law alumni magazine, for a March 9, 2021, article titled “8 Things to Know When Suing and Defending in a Post-COVID World.”
The article provided an overview of “Infectious Disease Litigation: Science, Law and Procedure,” a new guide co-edited by McGuireWoods partners Samuel Tarry and Davis Walsh that is designed to help litigators prepare for pandemic-related lawsuits. Among the book’s 32 authors — many of them Richmond Law alumni — are several McGuireWoods lawyers also featured in the Richmond Law article: Richmond associates Maggie Bowman, Etahjayne Harris, Sylvia Kastens and Frank Talbott (all Products, Environmental & Mass Tort Litigation); Richmond partner Brandon Santos (Government Investigations & White Collar Litigation); and downtown Los Angeles partner and class action practice co-chair Bethany Lukitsch (Antitrust, Trade & Commercial Litigation).
“Some of them wrote entirely from home,” Tarry said. “Some wrote from the office, but the work experience had changed. Everybody had a different work experience than they would have had if we had published a year earlier, and they had different personal perspectives.”
The Richmond Law article highlighted several takeaways from the guide: