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

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

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

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

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

Overturned on appeal, before a state supreme court, a jury verdict of $150,000,000.

Served as national coordinating counsel for two Fortune 100 companies jointly defending more than 55,000 asbestos claims; also served those clients both as national motions counsel and as trial counsel.

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.

Represented a manufacturer in proceedings before the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA); after eight months of submissions, NHTSA determined there was no evidence of defect and denied a recall petition.

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

In a mass tort representation for a healthcare client, obtained “no pay” dismissals by motion and by negotiation of all thirteen cases pending in western Pennsylvania.

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

Obtained a directed verdict during trial from a federal district court on a Daubert motion; appellants dismissed their case after oral argument in the Eleventh Circuit.