Conor McNally
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Phone: 215-667-6333

As a member of Obermayer’s Litigation Department, Conor McNally focuses his practice on medical malpractice, professional liability, and commercial litigation with an emphasis on high exposure matters. Mr. McNally has experience assisting physicians, physician practice groups, and hospitals in all stages of litigation, including drafting pleadings, appearing for discovery hearings, representing clients at deposition, and drafting pre-trial motions.

Mr. McNally has also assisted the firm’s health care clients in corporate transactions, including drafting operating agreements, by-laws, and asset purchase agreements for physician groups and hospital systems. In addition to corporate transactions, Mr. McNally has worked on employment issues for physician groups and has drafted physician employment agreements for physicians and other health care professionals. He also assists clients in navigating federal health care regulations. Mr. McNally has experience in aiding clients’ compliance with federal health care legislation, like the Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute.

In addition to Mr. McNally’s focus on litigation, he also has experience with intellectual property law. He advises clients on trademark and trade name licensing agreements and helps clients protect their copyrighted works from infringement.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. McNally was a research assistant at the University of Pennsylvania where he prepared reports on labor and employment law for University of Pennsylvania Professor Michael Wachter. Mr. McNally interned with the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.

While in law school, Mr. McNally was a senior editor for the Journal of International Law. He also participated in the ACLU’s Bailey Project, evaluating the constitutionality of stops and searches made by Philadelphia police officers.

Professional & Community Activities

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Philadelphia Bar Association

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