Products Liability, Pharmaceutical & Mass Tort Litigation
Steptoe & Johnson LLP boasts one of the premier products liability, pharmaceutical and mass tort litigation defense practices in the United States. Aggressively defending major chemical, petroleum, insurance company, and other clients in these large-scale litigations, our attorneys are particularly adept at reducing complex, technical issues to understandable concepts supported by compelling scientific and medical evidence.
Our lawyers are also highly skilled at defending class action claims and conducting liability and pharmaceutical litigation and multiparty litigation, as well as defending single-plaintiff, single-defendant cases. Our experience includes brokering advantageous large inventory settlements involving multiple plaintiffs' counsel and claims from several jurisdictions.
We currently serve as national coordinating counsel for a large company in connection with a portfolio of almost 50,000 active product liability suits pending in state and federal courts in all 50 states, developing and implementing effective litigation strategies sensitive to the special need for consistency with the enormous volume of litigation across jurisdictions, cases, and plaintiff lawyer adversaries.
Select News & Events
- Washington, DC Super Lawyers Recognizes 65 Steptoe Attorneys
- Steptoe’s Jennifer Quinn-Barabanov Again Receives Burton Award
- Steptoe Receives 68 Rankings in US News - Best Lawyers' ‘Best Law Firms’
- Phoenix Business Journal Names Tim Overton to ‘40 Under 40’ List
- “Slack Fill Packaging Claims—Empty Threats or Full of Danger?” DRI Product Liability Conference
- Speaker, “Houston, is there a Problem? Disputing Defect When Others Disagree – and the Risks Posed,” 28th Annual Product Liability Conference at University of Wisconsin, September 15, 2016
- “Class Actions & The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015-2016 Term,” 2016 DRI Product Liability Conference
- “Discussion on How Adequate Warnings Can Help a Defense Attorney Win a Lawsuit,” 2016 DRI Product Liability Conference