Shari Claire Lewis is a member of the firm’s Complex Torts & Product Liability; Privacy, Data & Cyber Law; and Professional Liability Practice Groups. She has focused her practice on the intersection of law and technology, often advising and representing clients on 21st Century technology challenges they face.
An accomplished civil litigator, Shari routinely handles complex commercial litigation, concerning fraud, securities fraud, malpractice, contract, constitutional law, data breach and privacy among others. Shari has particular experience in the defense of errors and omissions claims against professional service providers, including lawyers, appraisers, tax planners, computer and software consultants, funeral home directors, pharmacists, and others.
With extensive experience in technology law, Shari represents entities at the cutting edge computer science and telecommunications, including Internet registrars, software designers, and Internet based businesses and computer service providers.
Shari also has considerable experience in representing manufacturers, distributors, and maintenance companies in connection with medical device and product liability claims, including angioplasty devices, coronary and tracheal stents, orthopedic and dental implants, operating room fixtures, disposable medical products, factory and farm machinery, hair dye and cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, industrial and consumer electrical products.
Shari is a bi-monthly columnist for the New York Law Journal on Internet and Social Media Law, and frequently lectures and publishes on issues including cyber liability, privacy, data breach, e-discovery, domain names, attorney-corporate client privilege, attorney malpractice, medical device litigation, computer liabilities and other liability-related issues.
The Health Services Practice Group has been listed in the prestigious Legal 500. The practice is also recognized as “notable” by Chambers USA.Bio