Brenna Kelly represents healthcare and life sciences companies in commercial and tort litigation. She also counsels these clients, and others, in regulatory matters, employment disputes, and investigations.

Brenna has significant experience in all phases of litigation and investigation, including case assessment and strategy, witness interviews, fact and expert witness preparation and deposition, document discovery, and dispositive and other motion practice. She has also argued dispositive motions in federal courts, and examined witnesses in arbitration.

Brenna also provides counseling on regulatory matters concerning the Anti-Kickback Statute, and other state and federal laws applicable to healthcare and life sciences clients. Brenna teaches health law and policy as a lecturer at the Thomas Jefferson University, College of Population Health.

In addition to her successful track record in the healthcare and life sciences space, Brenna represents companies in employment disputes and provides anti-harassment training.

Brenna takes pride in her active pro bono practice and community involvement. She successfully represented the Navajo Nation in a Voting Rights Act, obtaining dismissal on the cross-motion she argued in the District of Utah. She has also litigated a prisoner rights action and represented a free medical clinic and a food cooperative in various matters. She is currently the Vice President of the Legal Clinic for the Disabled, a non-profit entity providing free legal services to low-income people with mental and physical disabilities, and an elected Committeeperson in the Germantown section of Philadelphia.