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Associate, Litigation and Healthcare Departments

Ms. Frost concentrates her practice in the areas of commercial and healthcare litigation, criminal defense, internal investigations, and regulatory compliance. She assists in the representation of numerous public and private business entities, private individuals, elected officials and candidates for public office. Ms. Frost’s experience includes drafting discovery requests and responses, various pre-trial motions, briefs and other legal documents, researching complex legal issues, and attending depositions and pre-trial conferences.

Ms. Frost has prior experience in the practice areas of real estate and corporate transactions, redevelopment and land use, financial development and economic incentives, and related litigation.

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