Sherry Kajdan Vetterlein is a business attorney and principal of GCC Services, LLC, a consulting firm providing outsourced general counsel services and general counsel to Burch Materials and Supplies Company in Malvern PA. Sherry is also an Adjunct Professor at the Clinic for Law and Entrepreneurship at Villanova Law School.
Sherry was Assistant Corporate Counsel at Orthovita, Inc., in Malvern PA, a start-up purchased by Stryker Corporation, where she continued on as corporate counsel until December 2014, supporting its Research and Development, Clinical Trails, Technology, and Acquisition Groups. Sherry also authored and led training sessions on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Off-Label Promotion, and Anti-Kickback Law training for U.S. and European distributors and sales representatives.
Before joining Stryker, Sherry was a Shareholder in the Business Department at Buchanan Ingersoll and Rooney in Philadelphia, PA where her legal practice focused on sophisticated commercial transactions including, mergers and acquisitions, technology agreements, real estate, private equity, lending transaction, financial workouts and corporate reorganizations in the technology, healthcare and life sciences industries.
Sherry also served as Assistant General Counsel to SEI Investments, a public technology company, and has expertise in intellectual property and licensing. Sherry’s diverse legal expertise coupled with value add business acumen has resulted in a broad spectrum of clients including, technology, industrial materials, medical device and healthcare companies, software development companies, manufacturing companies, commercial lenders and entrepreneurial businesses.
Sherry is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and has successfully argued before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
Sherry received her J.D. from Villanova University School of Law and Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and Economics, with honors, Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts and Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire.