Lew Garrison Named to Plaintiff’s Steering Committee in Bard Hernia Mesh Multi-District Litigation

Providence, Rhode Island
Bristol County Superior Court

May 22, 2018:  Lew Garrison, Heninger Garrison Davis founding partner, was just named to the Plaintiff’s MDL Steering Committee in the Bard Hernia Mesh multi-case-management filed in Providence, Rhode Island. Appointed by the Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel, the notice to the court described the Plaintiff’s Steering Committee as follows:

“The PSC selected includes a robust group of attorneys and their respective firms, who are willing and able to commit the time, resources, and effort required to advance this litigation expeditiously. The attorneys on the PSC have a wealth of relevant experience and knowledge of the claims and issues in this litigation. Without exception, each counsel on the PSC has extensive experience in complex product liability or pharmaceutical mass tort litigation. Also included are counsel who have acted in leadership roles in other major complex litigations. By including counsel with such impressive credentials and backgrounds, Plaintiffs will be equipped to efficiently and effectively prosecute this litigation.”

In addition to Lew Garrison, HGD attorneys Bill Bross and Taylor Bartlett are working on the Bard Hernia Mesh MDL.

The following attorneys have also been selected to the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee:

  • Robert J. Binstock (Reich & Binstock LLP, Houston, TX),
  • Riley L. Burnett, Jr. (Burnett Law Firm, Houston, TX)
  • Mike Daly (Pogust Braslow & Millrood LLC, Conshohocken, PA)
  • Kimberly A. Dougherty (Andrus Wagstaff, South Easton, MA)
  • W. Lewis Garrison (Heninger Garrison Davis, LLC, Birmingham, AL)
  • Lisa Ann Gorche (Johnson Becker PLLC, Saint Paul, MN)
  • D. Todd Mathews (Gori Julian & Associates P.C., St. Louis, MO)
  • Matthew McCarley
  • Melissa H. Nafash (The Lanier Law Firm PLLC, New York, NY)
  • Caryn Papantonakis (Johnson Law Group, Houston, TX)
  • David L. Selby, II (Bailey & Glasser LLP, Birmingham, AL)
  • Raymond C. Silverman (Parker Waichman LLP, New York, NY)

For more information on the Bard Hernia Mesh Multi-District Litigation, click here.