Bradley Blackham is the Vice President of SCM. He represents Utah-based healthcare providers including hospitals, physician groups, nurses, medical and dental clinics, and individual healthcare providers. He also defends insureds in general personal injury and product liability matters.
Immersed in the healthcare industry, Brad’s practice includes defense of medical malpractice claims, advising clients on regulatory compliance issues, representation of providers in licensing investigations and disciplinary matters and consulting clients on risk management and patient care strategies. Brad is an experienced trial lawyer, having both first and second-chair jury trial experience in a number of high-risk cases, including a wrongful death claim that was successfully tried to a defense verdict.
Brad works with two of Utah’s largest local integrated healthcare systems, which include general and specialty hospitals, community health centers, urgent care clinics, and nearly 3,000 employed primary and secondary care physicians. He also represents general dentists and dental specialists insured by the largest insurer of dentists in the state of Utah.
Brad is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association, the Health Law Section of the American Bar Association, the Health Law Section of the Utah State Bar Association, and the Utah Medical Association Medical Malpractice Advisory Group. In 2012, the UMA Medical Malpractice Advisory Group drafted a successful legislative resolution creating an evidentiary privilege that protects from discovery incident reports and other peer review and care review materials. In 2016, Brad’s work with the UMA Medical Malpractice Advisory Group resulted in the passage of a statute that limits the scope of duty physicians owe to non-patients. Brad also serves on Utah Business Magazine’s Healthcare Solutions Summit and Healthcare Heroes Advisory Committee.
Brad also represents pharmaceutical companies in mass tort litigation and was actively involved on the defense side of the highly publicized diet drug litigation in Utah. Prior to joining the firm, Brad was a tax consultant in Los Angeles for Deloitte and completed a judicial clerkship with the Hon. Russell W. Bench (Ret.), Utah Court of Appeals.
Brad serves on the firm’s Board of Directors.
- J.D., Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark School of Law, 1999
- B.S., Brigham Young University, 1996
Bar & Court Admissions
- Utah State Bar
- United States District Court, District of Utah
- California State Bar
- Salt Lake County Bar
- Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals