Tracey L. Cohen

J.D.

Tracey L. Cohen, J.D., is a legal writer at Nolo specializing in personal injury and mass tort law. She has over 16 years of experience as a litigation, healthcare and intellectual property law attorney. In addition to her legal practice, she also has served as an adjunct professor of law and a legal writing tutor for students preparing to take the bar exam.

Tracey is licensed to practice law in Florida, New York and the District of Columbia. She received her law degree from the University of Florida Levin College of Law and holds a B.A. in philosophy from Brandeis University. She also is currently a Master of Science candidate in Bioethics at Columbia University.


Articles By Tracey L. Cohen

Medical Bills and Roundup Lawsuits
A Roundup lawsuit can lead to significant medical bills, but there are options if you're unable to pay them as they come in.
Will I Need to Testify In My Roundup Case?
A Roundup plaintiff may eventually need to testify at trial, but deposition testimony is a near certainty.
What Do I Need to Prove in My Roundup Case?
A lawsuit over health problems linked to use of Roundup might rely on a number of different fault (liability) theories.
What If a Roundup Plaintiff Dies Before Filing/Resolving a Lawsuit?
The death of a Roundup plaintiff doesn't mean the end of legal options against Bayer/Monsanto.