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Peg Donahue Hall, Dentons

Donahue Hall co-leads the global Health and Life Sciences practice

Peg Donahue Hall

Peg Donahue Hall, of Dentons' Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice, co-leads the global Health and Life Sciences practice, and serves on the executive committee of the Women's Leadership & Growth Network.

Peg serves 25-plus years in a national litigation practice, focusing on high-stakes disputes involving product safety and efficacy, coverage and reimbursement, fraud and abuse and compliance counseling, requiring identification and mastery of complex scientific, medical and procedural issues. She also has extensive experience prosecuting and defending banking, securities, manufacturing, telecommunications, real estate and electronics matters.

She received her JD, with honors, from the University of Texas School of Law; BA, with honors, from the University of Wisconsin; and a "Life Sciences Star" for outstanding work in litigation from Euromoney's LMG Life Sciences (2012-2014).  She is Chair Elect of the Dallas Convention & Visitor's Bureau, mother of two, spouse to an understanding husband, a slow-but-steady runner and an avid reader.

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