BRENDA S. FULMER was a partner in the Tampa firm Alley, Clark, Greiwe & Fulmer before joining Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley as a shareholder in 2008. Her practice is primarily in the areas of pharmaceutical and medical device mass torts litigation, representing thousands of claimants in state and Federal courts.
Ms. Fulmer graduated from the University of South Florida with a BS in Finance, and received her Juris Doctor degree cum laude from Stetson College of Law. She was an Assistant Editor of the Stetson Law Review, and twice earned recognition as an Outstanding Law Review member. She served as a Federal Judicial Intern, and worked on pro bono projects as a Florida Bar Foundation Public Service Fellow and an intern with Gulf coast
Brenda Fulmer is active in multi-district litigation discovery committee work for various national pharmaceutical and medical device mass torts projects,including groups focusing on Yaz and Yasmin, Reglan, Gadolinium, tobacco,Digitek, Heparin, pain pumps, AMO Contact Lens Solution, ReNu Contact Lens Solution, Ortho-Evra, hormone replacement therapy, Vioxx, Bextra,heart devices, diet drugs, Baycol, Propulsid, PPA, Sulzer hip and knee
implants, Rezulin, and breast implants.
An Indiana native, Ms. Fulmer has been an active volunteer with Buddy Break, the Girl Scouts, Seagull Industries and with Trial Lawyers Care, which provides free legal services to the victims of 9/11. Mrs. Fulmer also serves on the board of the Palm Beach Lakes High School Pre-Law Magnet program.