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Dan Bryson Appointed Co-Lead Counsel in Outer Banks Power Outage Litigation
The offices of Whitfield Bryson LLP would like to congratulate Founding Partner, Dan Bryson on being appointed Interim Co-Lead Counsel in IN RE: OUTER BANKS POWER OUTAGE LITIGATION. Bryson was appointed by The United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina Eastern Division. The Court also appointed attorneys from the Zaytoun Law Firm and Wallace & Graham, P.A. as Interim Co-Lead Counsel.
Dan is one of the nation’s most respected and experienced attorneys in the area of consumer product defect litigation involving mass torts, class actions and individual lawsuits (condominiums and multi-family). Dan has also been lead counsel, co-lead counsel or a steering committee member in a number of successful MDL and class actions.
For over 28 years, Dan has focused his practice on complex civil litigation, successfully representing thousands of owners in a wide variety of defective consumer product suits, class actions, and various mass torts and recovering more than $1.25 billion for his clients throughout the country. He frequently collaborates with other attorneys in order to assemble the most effective team possible.
John C. Whitfield
For nearly 30 years, John has been one of Kentucky’s premier trial attorneys. He has concentrated primarily on complex civil litigation cases, and over his career has brought to settlement or judgment over 30 cases in excess of a million dollars each.Read bio
John Whitfield has been significant in his management of a suit involving the death of my son in a motorcycle accident. His professionalism, compassion, support, and especially his knowledge base in this suit has been above reproach. He has communicated well and kept all parties apprised of the status of the suit. I feel he negotiated effectively to reach the best possible settlement for my son's estate. He certainly assures his clients are represented well. I am grateful for his successfully bringing this suit to a satisfactory conclusion. In short, John's expertise has been awesome.
I am very grateful to Whitfield Bryson for taking the initiative in filing suit against the manufacturers of defective CSST pipe. I am sure that this successful litigation will now help Maryland homeowners become aware of the danger of old style CSST pipe and to let them know what steps they may take to protect themselves against those dangers. Who knows how many lives and homes may be saved as a result of his efforts. Thank you for your important work in this litigation.