Julianna Coppage represents clients in complex civil litigation, including nationwide coordinated mass tort proceedings and pharmaceutical products liability cases. Julianna represents life sciences clients in both federal and state courts. Throughout the course of her practice, Julianna has drafted dispositive motions, including summary judgment motions and a Daubert motion; taken depositions of prescribing and treating healthcare providers; and participated in preparing company witnesses for deposition. She has led multi-member document review teams and has overseen plaintiff-specific discovery responses for a complex case involving nearly 2,000 plaintiffs.
During law school, Julianna was a student attorney with the Georgetown Law Criminal Justice Clinic, where she won a not-guilty verdict in a bench trial and achieved dismissal of another case based on her successful pre-trial motion. Prior to law school, she worked for three years as a paralegal in the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ), where she assisted in several trials.