Breanne Vandermeer Cope
Breanne Cope seeks justice for the thousands of women allegedly harmed by medical devices such as Essure® and pelvic mesh.
She handles several aspects of medical drug and device litigation as part of the Motley Rice medical team including trial, expert witness interviews and medical document reviews. She was part of the trial team for Barba v. Boston Scientific Corp., a transvaginal mesh case that resulted in a $10M award.*
Breanne also works on environmental contamination claims on behalf of various states, cities, counties and individuals.
Prior to joining Motley Rice, Breanne worked on complex litigation, class actions and medical litigation, managing dockets of more than 1,400 consolidated transvaginal mesh cases and 22 individual personal injury cases concerning pelvic mesh. From 2010 to 2011, she served as a policy intern for Texas State Senator Wendy Davis.
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