Brady L. Green

Firm Affiliation: 

Brady L. Green joined Wilbraham, Lawler & Buba in March 2013. Mr. Green has a product liability and toxic tort litigation practice. He has served as national coordinating counsel for several companies with respect to asbestos product liability litigation, and he has counseled those companies on both litigation and non-litigation matters including regulatory compliance, warranties and warnings. Mr. Green has handled the preparation and trial of products liability and toxic tort cases around the country, involving various construction products, machinery and equipment, automotive products, blood derivatives and medical devices, as well as environmental contamination from various sources. His practice also has included briefing and argument of significant legal issues at both the trial and appellate court levels. He has also counseled clients with regard to assessment of and protection against potential product liability and mass tort

In addition, Mr. Green has litigated complex commercial, estate, bankruptcy and professional liability matters in state and federal courts. He has represented officers, directors and shareholders in closely-held businesses in disputes relating to shareholder rights, fiduciary duties, corporate governance and related matters, and he has provided counsel regarding the structure and documentation of various transactions regarding such businesses.

Prior to joining Wilbraham Lawler & Buba, Mr. Green practiced for more than two decades in the Philadelphia Office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. While there, he served as a Co-Head of the firm’s product liability and mass tort practice, as Deputy Litigation Practice Group Leader in Philadelphia, and as a member of the firm’s Conflicts Committee.

  • Pennsylvania 1989
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania 1989
  • United States 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals 2012
  • University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, B.A. 1986 (Phi Beta Kappa)
  • Washington & Lee University School of Law, J.D. 1989 (Magna Cum Laude, Order of the Coif)
Publications, Seminars & Lectures: 
  • “EC Directive on Strict Liability: Is Europe Heading for a U.S.-Style Liability Crisis? In 1992” Laws of International Trade, Chapter 1115 (July 1991); 3 international Quarterly 1-12 (Apr. 1991); 4 Inside Litigation 20-24 (Aug. 1990); 18 Product Safety and Liability Reporter 657-661 (June 8, 1990) (with James D. Pagliaro)
  • “Product Liability in the Soviet Union: Will the New Reforms Benefit the Average Soviet Citizen?” 14 Los Angeles Lawyer 36-39, 51-55 (July/Aug. 1991) (with James D. Pagliaro)
  • “E.C. Directive: Proposal is Based on CERCLA,” 14 National Law Journal 27, 33-35 (Feb. 10, 1992) (with James D. Pagliaro)
  • “EC Directive on Strict Liability – How Europe Has Avoided a Strict Liability Crisis Under a Strict Liability Regime,” Corporate Counsel’s International Adviser 2-10 (Mar. 1996); Laws of International Trade, Chapter 1115 (Feb. 1996); Corporate Counsel’s Guide to European Economic Community Law, Chapter 12 (Nov . 1995) (with James D. Pagliaro)
  • “Japan’s 1995 Product Liability Law: Will the Adoption of Strict Liability Alter the Future of Litigation in Japan?” 9 International Quarterly 304-319 (Apr. 1997); 154 Legal Mind 81-104 (1997) (with James D. Pagliaro)
  • “PA Supreme Court Adopts ALI Procedures for Termination by Directors of Shareholder Derivative Suits,” Corporation, Banking and Business Law Newsletter 15-16 (Summer 1997) (with Marc J. Sonnenfeld)
  • “Impact of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s Adoption of Portions of the Principles of Corporate Governance Upon Shareholder Derivative Litigation in Pennsylvania: Cuker v. Mikalauskas and its Progeny,” 70 Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly 31-34 (Jan. 1999)
  • The King Never Dies: The Application of Nullum Tempus Occurrit Regi to Statutes of Repose in Product Liability Cases,” 11 Corporate Analyst 94-114 (Feb. 1999)
  • Keys to Effective Motions Practice in the Civil Case,” Essentials of Pennsylvania Practice, Vol. II, Chapter 11 (2000) (with Dana Baiocco)

In addition, Brady has lectured/presented internally and externally on issues of protecting privileges, ethics, conflicts and professional responsibility.

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