Washington University in St. Louis,
B.A. Political Science, 2003
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
Indiana USDC, Northern District
Indiana USDC, Southern District
Indiana US Bank Ct, Southern District
Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers
Board of Directors, 2018-Present
American Bar Association
Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section - Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee Chair Elect
Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section - Outreach to Young Lawyers Committee, 2017-Present
Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section - CLE Board, 2015-2017
Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section - Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee Midyear CLE Program Chair, 2015-2016
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
2019 Women’s Justice Award winner for Litigation (by Missouri Lawyers Media)
Selected for ABA Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section's 2016-2017 Leadership Academy Class
Included in the Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers (by Thomson Reuters) Rising Stars, 2015-2020
Included in Indiana Super Lawyers (by Thomson Reuters) Rising Stars, 2012-2013
Named a "2011 Leadership in Law Up and Coming Lawyer" by Indiana Lawyer
Thompson Coburn LLP
Ice Miller LLP-- Indianapolis, Indiana
Product Liability, Mass Tort and Class Action, 2006-2012
Brandi is a partner in the Business Litigation practice area where she focuses her practice on defending corporate clients in class action and complex commercial litigation matters.
She has successfully defended clients in state and federal courts across the country in matters ranging from consumer fraud, securities, data breach and tax class action litigation to complex commercial contract disputes, business tort claims and shareholder and fiduciary litigation. Brandi also represents corporate and other policyholder clients with their insurance recovery efforts, assisting clients at every stage of the process from initial coverage analysis through litigation.
Recognizing that a genuine understanding of a client's business is crucial to effectively representing the client and obtaining the best results, Brandi takes the time to listen to clients, learn about their businesses and the people, products and relationships involved, and works with clients to create a litigation plan that is specifically tailored to meet each client's needs.
"When Disaster Strikes,"
2011 Indiana Logistics Directory
"Ripping Off the Band-Aid: Insurance Coverage Highlights of the Healthcare Reform Act,"
ABA Tortsource Newsletter, Summer 2010
"The Enforceability of Class Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements,"
Euromoney/Institutional Investor's Benchmark Litigation, Fall 2007
“Giving Your Client the Best Chance for Success in the Courtroom,”
ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice September 2018
“Current Trends in Data Breach Class Action Litigation,”
DRI Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Seminar, Chicago, September 2018
“Are You Protected? Insurance Coverage for Cyber Risks,"
ACC Corporate Counsel Institute, St. Louis, May 2017
"Insurance Coverage Issues in Construction Defect Cases,"
ABA ICLC Midyear Meeting, Phoenix, February 2012
"Out with the Old, In with the New: Coverage for Corporate Successors,"
ABA ICLC Midyear Meeting, Phoenix, February 2011
Indianapolis Bar Association Trial Skills Series, 2010
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