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Tess Dillon Meyer

Tess Meyer advises payers, providers, biotech and pharmaceutical companies, large employers, and other health care stakeholders on health care regulatory compliance issues and policy objectives. She conducts complex regulatory and compliance assessments, including matters related to Affordable Care Act compliance, Medicaid and Medicare…

Tess Meyer advises payers, providers, biotech and pharmaceutical companies, large employers, and other health care stakeholders on health care regulatory compliance issues and policy objectives. She conducts complex regulatory and compliance assessments, including matters related to Affordable Care Act compliance, Medicaid and Medicare issues, and market conduct requirements.

Photo of Nancy E. Taylor Nancy E. Taylor

Nancy Taylor is Co-Chair of the Health Care & FDA Practice and focuses her practice on health and FDA related matters. She has broad experience working with providers, plans, employers, private equity firms, and FDA regulated companies. She advises clients on health care

Nancy Taylor is Co-Chair of the Health Care & FDA Practice and focuses her practice on health and FDA related matters. She has broad experience working with providers, plans, employers, private equity firms, and FDA regulated companies. She advises clients on health care transactions, health and FDA regulatory policy and compliance, and responding to Congressional and Administration investigations and audits. Prior to joining Greenberg Traurig, Nancy served 10 years as Health Policy Director for a Senate Committee and worked on a number of significant health and FDA laws. She also served as CEO of a start-up medical device company, where she obtained eight product clearances, including securing reimbursement coverage for each product.

Photo of Naomi G. Beer Naomi G. Beer

Naomi G. Beer is Co-Chair of the firm’s Global Labor & Employment Practice and Co-Chair of the Labor & Employment Practice’s Collective & Systemic Employment Litigation group. She is an experienced litigator who focuses her practice on managing complex engagements. Naomi has over…

Naomi G. Beer is Co-Chair of the firm’s Global Labor & Employment Practice and Co-Chair of the Labor & Employment Practice’s Collective & Systemic Employment Litigation group. She is an experienced litigator who focuses her practice on managing complex engagements. Naomi has over 25 years of experience advising clients on all aspects of complex, class action and multi-district litigation and has served as national counsel for clients faced with related proceedings in multiple jurisdictions and forums. Naomi also frequently counsels clients faced with complex problems with a focus on risk mitigation and resolving issues. Naomi works with public and privately held clients involved in the retail, restaurant, energy and manufacturing industries. Naomi has been listed by Human Resource Executive magazine as one of “The Nation’s Most Powerful Employment Lawyers – Top 100.”

Photo of Jim Boudreau Jim Boudreau

James N. Boudreau is Co-Chair of the Global Labor & Employment Practice and the Labor & Employment Practice’s Collective & Systemic Employment Litigation group. He represents management in class action and complex employment litigation and devotes the majority of his practice to managing…

James N. Boudreau is Co-Chair of the Global Labor & Employment Practice and the Labor & Employment Practice’s Collective & Systemic Employment Litigation group. He represents management in class action and complex employment litigation and devotes the majority of his practice to managing teams of attorneys and paralegals in nationwide class and collective actions from receipt of the complaint through discovery, class certification and trial. He is considered a thought leader in class-based employment litigation and has been listed by Human Resource Executive magazine as one of “The Nation’s Most Powerful Employment Lawyers – Top 100,” each year since 2013.  He was also selected as one of five Law360 “MVP – Labor and Employment,” for 2012, for his cutting-edge work representing employers in class and collective actions.