Iddo Harel joined Ross Feller Casey in 2012 and has worked on a series of significant cases that have resulted in multimillion-dollar recoveries.
Harel, now a partner, recently assisted founding partner Robert Ross in winning a $44.1 million verdict on behalf of a woman who suffered a brain injury as a result of medical negligence. According to The Legal Intelligencer, the outcome in Tate v. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania was the biggest verdict in Pennsylvania that year (read about the case).
Among other noteworthy cases, Harel recently assisted Ross and founding partner Matt Casey obtain:
Harel spent the principal part of his career practicing at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP in New York, where he represented clients in matters involving pharmaceuticals and consumer products. There, he had extensive trial experience representing Fortune 500 companies, as well as experience in all other phases of litigation.
Harel also practiced at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in New York, where he represented clients in personal injury, pharmaceutical, and toxic exposure cases. Also, Harel represented various clients and amici curiae in appeals to the United States Supreme Court.
After relocating to Philadelphia, Harel practiced at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, where he litigated product liability, medical malpractice, personal injury, and other types of matters. Harel represented clients at trial and all other stages of litigation, as well as in arbitration and mediation.
Harel is also a graduate of the S. Gerald Litvin/MLB Trial Academy.
Harel graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, where he was an editor of the law review and the winner of the Olin Fellowship in Law & Economics. Harel earned his undergraduate degree, with High Honors, from Wesleyan University.
Harel is the author of a number of publications, including Preemption After Levine: A Practical Guide, Law360 (2009), and The Medical Monitoring Battle, New York Law Journal (2007).
Harel is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York, and before the federal courts for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and the Southern, Eastern and Northern Districts of New York.