Dvorah A. Richman

Dvorah A. Richman is Of Counsel at Fauver Co., LPA specializing in federal regulatory law.  She has extensive industry and law firm experience focused on laws, regulations and policies regarding a wide variety of products and topics including:  imaging devices; in vitro diagnostics; artificial intelligence; product promotion; clinical studies; privacy; government enforcement; and fraud and abuse.

Dvorah served as in-house and outside regulatory counsel to FDA-regulated companies for over 35 years.  Her most recent industry position was VP, Chief Regulatory counsel to Siemens Healthineers.  Prior positions included FDA and Regulatory Counsel to Life Technologies, Senior Regulatory Counsel to Olympus Corporation of the Americas, and Partner with the law firm of King & Spalding.  She has conducted many corporate seminars on diverse regulatory, compliance and legal topics, spoken at industry conferences and authored articles for various publications.

Over many years, Dvorah's work has included drafting corporate policies and procedures; analyzing business plans; commenting on proposed government rules; drafting and negotiating contracts; conducting due diligence for mergers and acquisitions; facilitating product approvals; analyzing proposed legislation; managing crises; and developing litigation strategies and briefs for administrative law cases.

Dvorah grew up in Phoenix, Arizona.  She lives in Fairfax, Virginia (a Washington, D.C. suburb) with her husband and energetic Siberian Husky.  They are the parents of a son and daughter and have two grandchildren.  At various points in her life, Dvorah was Director of Speech Pathology services for Denver Head Start, Budget and Legislative Analyst for the Colorado Senate Joint Budget Committee, Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore campus (teaching about global regulatory concepts), a rugby player and folk dancer.

Dvorah currently volunteers as a "Navigator" with the Organization for Autism Research's Hire Autism program, helping individuals with their resumes, cover letters and interviewing skills.  She is Vice-President of the Jewish National Fund's (JNF) Greater Washington Advisory Board, and a member of JNF's Special Needs and Disabilities Task Force.  In her spare time, Dvorah is involved in other civic activities, explores trails with Gabriel (the dog), practices violin and does fitness training.

Dvorah earned her B.S. degree in Speech Pathology from Arizona State University, her M.A. in Communications Disorders from the University of Denver, and her J.D. from the Catholic University of America School of Law.

*Licensed in Washington D.C.

Not admitted in Ohio