Ty Dedmon regularly guides clients through their most challenging complex litigation. He has experience coordinating national and regional litigation activity in a variety of areas, including toxic tort, product liability, professional negligence, and sales tax enforcement. He has led effective teams in every aspect of large-scale litigation, including implementation of creative discovery strategies in mass torts involving prescription and over-the-counter medications, developing legal strategy in over 40 coordinated hotel occupancy tax disputes across the country, and as part of a trial team that obtained a defense verdict for Monsanto Company against several thousand personal injury claims related to alleged exposure to PCBs.
Although Ty’s mass litigation experience has involved a variety of industries, his trial practice has focused on healthcare clients. He regularly defends healthcare professionals against malpractice claims, as well as representing institutional clients in fraud and abuse, billing, and transactional disputes. Ty has represented doctors and nurses against wrongful death and catastrophic injury claims involving anesthesia, neurosurgery, organ transplant, and dialysis treatment. His commercial healthcare practice is particularly focused on disputes over ownership of closely held providers and post-merger claims that often require time-sensitive injunctive relief and enforcement of restrictive covenants.
Ty’s diverse litigation experience has also equipped him with a unique perspective to lead Bradley’s e-discovery practice. He is responsible for managing the firm’s litigation support and e-discovery services and regularly advises clients on strategies for combining legal counsel and technology solutions to achieve litigation goals. His familiarity with organizational data practices also allows him to regularly consult with clients on information governance, litigation readiness, and data security issues.
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