For over 20 years. Craig Brown has specialized in defending the medical and scientific communities. One of the most successful malpractice defense lawyers in Massachusetts, he has handled approximately 500 such cases, most of which have presented complex issues of medicine and science, including such varied matters as: screening error for Tay-Sachs mutation; failure to diagnose conjoined twins: cytogeneticist's interpretive error in fetal chromosome analysis; genetic counseling; and autoimmune disease allegedly due to silicone breast implants. After remand. Craig successfully defended the first "wrongful conception" case in Massachusetts. And in 1996, he won one of the few defense verdicts nationally in cases of alleged Plaquenil-induced retinopathy.
Mr. Brown has been an invited speaker at grand rounds, CME seminars and medical
society meetings, as well as legal education seminars dealing with scientific
evidence and by judicial invitation trial practice, technique, and advocacy.
He received his B.A. degree from Villanova University and his J.D. degree from
Suffolk University Law School where he was a member of the National Moot Court
Team, winner of the G. Joseph Tauro Best Oral Advocate Award, and winner of
the 1977 Justice Tom C. Clark Moot Court Competition.