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Bradley M. Strickland



Practicing in the firm's litigation group, Bradley Strickland is a trial attorney who concentrates his practice in matters involving commercial and professional liability, catastrophic personal injury, toxic torts, and products liability.

Brad's engineering background gives him a unique perspective in complex litigation cases, particularly in toxic-tort, mass-tort, and products-liability matters.

Brad's litigation experience includes the representation of:

  • A leading rail-based transportation supplier in Federal Employer's Liability Act litigation
  • Multinational manufacturers in product-liability class actions and multidistrict litigation
  • Healthcare providers in medical malpractice and general litigation matters
  • A Fortune 50 asbestos supplier in litigation across the country
  • International corporations in CPSC civil penalty matters

Before joining the firm, Brad was a senior associate in the Washington D.C. office of a leading international law firm.


District of Columbia Courts' "Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll," Honoree, 2018

Readers' Choice Award, JD Supra, 2016, 2017, 2018


Athletes Serving Athletes, Board of Directors

The Aimee Copeland Foundation, Board of Directors


Co-presenter, "Introduction to Federal Practice," Federal Bar Association - Maryland Chapter, 2019


Co-author, "Increased Scrutiny for Cy Pres Provisions in Class Action Settlements" ALM Law Journal Newsletters, LJN’s Product Liability Law & Strategy, October, 2017

Co-author, "Use of Pre-Clearance FDA Authorization Evidence in Medical Device Litigation," Alston & Bird LLP, October, 2017

Co-author, "Distracted Driving: Technology as a Double-Edged Sword," Law360, August, 2014

Co-author, "The Rule Against (Liability in) Perpetuity," ALM Law Journal Newsletters, LJN’s Product Liability Law & Strategy, Vol. 32, No. 12, June 2014

Author, "The Gift That Keeps On Giving (To Defendants)," Law360, December, 2013

Co-author, "To Stay Or Not To Stay GMO Labeling Cases?" Law360, December, 2013

Outside the Office

Brad is a sports enthusiast, and he particularly enjoys playing basketball.