Mary Devlin Capizzi counsels individual corporations and consortia clients (comprised of industry, government and academia representatives) on a range of compliance matters involving regulatory, legislative, scientific and policy issues in the U.S., the EU and other countries around the world. She represents clients in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, health, nutrition, chemical and technology sectors.
Mary serves as a managing partner of the firm. She was the first chair of the firm’s Professional Development Committee, is a member of the Women's Leadership Committee and a member of the Government and Regulatory Affairs Practice Group.
Prior to joining the firm, Mary served on the New York City-based legal team that represented the Bank Advisory Committees for Brazil and Mexico in connection with the restructuring of their sovereign external debt. She is a fluent Spanish speaker and completed foreign study programs at La Universidad de San Luis in Madrid, Spain; Universidad Internacional, Center for Bilingual Multicultural Studies in Cuernavaca, Mexico; Universitá di Dallas in Rome, Italy; and L’Ecole des Cadres in Paris, France.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mary Devlin Capizzi