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Benesch is an AmLaw 200 business law firm and limited liability partnership with offices in Cleveland, Chicago, Columbus, San Francisco, Wilmington, Hackensack and Shanghai. The firm is known for providing highly sophisticated legal services to national and international clients that include public and private, middle market and emerging companies, as well as private equity funds, entrepreneurs, not-for-profit organizations, trusts and estates.
Laurie Burlingame is a partner in the firm’s nationally recognized Life Sciences Practice Group. She represents private and public companies across the spectrum of the life sciences industry, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, diagnostics and biological materials. Ms. Burlingame also represents leading venture capital firms focused on the life sciences industry in connection with their portfolio company investments.
Ms. Burlingame often serves as outside general counsel to her clients, closely advising management teams and boards of directors on a wide variety of matters throughout the company’s life cycle, including formation and founder issues, venture capital financings, public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, licensing transactions, strategic collaborations, commercial transactions, corporate governance and other general corporate matters.
Sara Shanti is a partner in Benesch’s Health Care & Life Sciences Practice Group. Sara represents health care providers and technology companies in matters related to data privacy and security, health care regulatory compliance, and mergers and acquisitions.
Sara’s practice focuses on counseling clients on various digital health matters, including artificial intelligence, breach notification, mobile applications, and telemedicine. Sara’s experience includes advising clients on transferring data across multi-national borders, implementing compliance programs, launching health apps, and responding to federal investigations and security incidents, including ransomeware attacks. Her experience extends to consumer and minor patient rights, medical staff relationships, and transactional matters.