Won a multi-week jury trial in federal court for the largest petrochemical company in the world.

//Won a multi-week jury trial in federal court for the largest petrochemical company in the world.

Won a multi-week jury trial in federal court for the largest petrochemical company in the world.

Won a multi-week jury trial in federal court for the largest petrochemical company in the world.

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Won a multi-week jury trial in federal court for the largest petrochemical company in the world.

Won an appeal, before a state supreme court, of a jury verdict of 130 million dollars.

Tried a two month-long case for a medical device manufacturer which resulted in a defense verdict as to plaintiff’s claims.

Regulatory counsel for clients involved in proceedings before the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) concerning safety standards, ongoing and completed recalls, and accident investigations.

Argued and won an appeal before the 11th Circuit, preserving a trial victory for a Fortune 50 company.

Tried an employment class action lawsuit in federal court on behalf of 40+ plaintiffs; defendants asked to settle case during trial.

Served as national counsel for a client sued in more than 300 cases, many alleging wrongful death, following the company’s recall of more than a dozen of its products. Resolved the entire docket of cases in less than two years through “no pay” dismissals, motions practice, and the remainder were resolved at values acceptable to the client.

Won a motion to defeat creation of a multi-district litigation (MDL) case; argued before the Joint Panel on Multi-District Litigation (JPML).

Won a two week-long jury trial in federal court for a Fortune 25 company; plaintiff alleged the company’s products caused cancer.

Represented a pharmaceutical manufacturer in two birth defect cases in Philadelphia: in one, the court directed a verdict for our client; in the other, the jury’s verdict was less than the plaintiff’s actual medical costs.