The litigation attorneys at Herzog Crebs LLP have extensive experience handling the defense of class actions and complex litigation matters involving multiple jurisdictions, disparate issues, and numerous parties and counsel. Herzog Crebs LLP attorneys are also experienced in handling complex multi-district litigation matters and have appeared in matters before the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation.
Our lawyers are licensed to appear in the courts of several states, as well as before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Tax Court and the United States Court of Appeals for several circuits. We also serve as local counsel for clients located throughout the United States.
While headquartered in Missouri and Illinois, attorneys at Herzog Crebs LLP are well-equipped to defend a variety of class action lawsuits in different jurisdictions, in cases involving product liability claims, toxic tort claims, franchise law and claims brought under state consumer protection and unfair trade practices statutes. This experience covers all phases of the class action spectrum.
At Herzog Crebs LLP, our attorneys regularly represent clients in the Federal Courts of the Eastern District of Missouri, the Western District of Missouri, the Northern District of Illinois, the Southern District of Illinois, and the Central District of Illinois.
This experience enables Herzog Crebs LLP to effectively manage all aspects of a complex case, including the efficient allocation of proper resources, the development of cost-effective litigation strategies, and effective settlement approaches when and where appropriate.
We also understand the need for clear and timely communication with our clients. We recognize the significant impact that litigation has on our clients' operations and bottom lines. By partnering with our clients, we strive to provide the best and most cost-efficient defense possible. Contact our St. Louis complex litigation defense attorneys to discuss your dilemma in greater detail.
Our attorneys practicing in complex and multidistrict litigation:
M. Ann Hatch, Gene J. Brockland, Michael A. Vitale, James R. Keller, Don W. Ward, Daniel S. Peters, Gary L. Smith, James D. Maschhoff, Tracy Beckham Phipps, Jacqueline F. Redmond, John G. Beseau, Brian M. Wacker, Caleb D. Hawkins, Joseph A. Hargraves Jr., Michael F. Lecinski, Justin A. Welply