Brianna's practice focusesĀ on product liability defense, hospitality industry defense, railroad defense and general civil litigation.

    • Education

      • J.D., American University, cum laude, 2014
      • B.A., Political Science, Virginia Tech, 2011


      • Virginia State Bar
      • Virginia Bar Association
      • Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association
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    • Leadership

      • Member: Hermitage Young Associates Board

  • Negotiates and drafts settlement agreements.
  • Assists partner in defending products liability claims.
  • Researches legal issues regarding applicable law.
  • Represents a large outdoor theme park, brewery and resort in personal injury lawsuits involving premises liability and negligence.
  • Brianna assists in preparing and responding to discovery, attends and conducts witness examinations and depositions, assists in trial preparation and briefing and training on claim avoidance and risk management.
  • Represents national railroad in personal injury lawsuits involving premises liability and negligence, general litigation matters, toxic tort litigation, and FELA suits.
  • Drafts indemnity and access agreements for a multi-national company.
  • Assists in representing national railroad in general litigation matters, toxic tort litigation and FELA suits.
  • Experience drafting briefs for dispositive and other motions in state and federal court.
  • Represents product manufacturers and distributors in defense of product liability claims, including design defect and manufacturing defect claims, and in asbestos litigation involving commercial and residential boilers and pumps.
  • Evaluates medical records and product issues of plaintiffs and assists in selection and preparation of experts.
  • Routinely drafts pleadings, including responsive.

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