Saint Louis University School of Law,
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville,
B.S., cum laude, 2010
Illinois Supreme Ct
Illinois USDC, Southern District
Missouri Supreme Ct
American Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel
St. Clair County Bar Association
East St. Louis Bar Association
Recognized in "Illinois Super Lawyers" Rising Stars (by Thomson Reuters), 2019-2022
Listed in "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch" (by BL Rankings) for Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions - Defendants in Belleville, Illinois, 2023
Thompson Coburn LLP
Mike practices in the Litigation Group, with an emphasis on products liability, toxic torts, and railroad litigation.
Mike efficiently handles all aspects of civil litigation defense including preparing and arguing pretrial motions and taking and defending depositions of parties and fact and expert witnesses. In addition to his product liability and toxic tort practice, Mike also represents defendants in work-related personal injury cases under the FELA.
Prior to joining Thompson Coburn, Mike worked for a prominent civil defense firm where he managed toxic tort litigation matters from inception to completion on behalf of a major manufacturer.
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