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Branden A. Gregory

Associate
Chicago, IL | D 312.624.6315 | F 312.624.6309
overview

Branden Gregory defends complex civil litigation in product liability, toxic tort, general liability and casualty, professional liability, transportation, and commercial matters.

He is also experienced in defending construction, personal injury, employment discrimination, and criminal matters.

Branden serves as national coordinating counsel and local counsel for toxic tort claims against diversified product manufacturers and premises owners in Illinois, Missouri, Rhode Island, and Michigan. He handles fact investigation, develops and implements litigation strategy, consults expert witnesses, prepares and responds to initial pleadings and discovery, drafts and argues motions, and conducts depositions of expert and fact witnesses.

Committed to defending clients who cannot afford representation, Branden’s pro bono experience includes landlord-tenant issues, debtors’ rights, family law, and criminal defense.

After attending the University of Missouri School of Law and practicing in St. Louis, Branden returned to his hometown, Chicago. When not spending time with family and friends, he enjoys traveling, playing weekly pick-up basketball games, and rooting for his favorite sports teams.

education & admissions

education

  • University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law (J.D., 2011); Black Law Students Association, President
  • University of Missouri-Columbia (B.S., 2007)

state admissions

  • Illinois, 2012
  • Missouri, 2011

federal admissions

  • United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois
experience

Representative Matters

  • On behalf of a supervising employee, obtained dismissal of employee’s negligence claim that supervisor’s instructions caused employee to sustain permanent and catastrophic injuries during a construction accident
  • Obtained dismissal of an employee’s claim of race discrimination on behalf of a business process outsourcing firm
  • Obtained dismissal of an employee’s claims of discrimination and retaliatory discharge on behalf of a financial services firm
  • Obtained dismissal of a contractor’s claim for economic loss damages on behalf an industrial machinery manufacturer
publications & events
honors
affiliations
in the community

Civic & Professional Involvement

  • Chicago Bar Association
  • Supreme Court of Missouri, Disciplinary Hearing Panel
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Vasey Academy, Trulaske College of Business, University of Missouri, Advisory Board Member
     
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