Brendan J. Rudolph, Principal
Complex Commercial Litigation Expert
Brendan J. Rudolph consults to attorneys and supports experts in all phases of complex commercial litigation, including class certification and other motion practice, merits, arbitration, and trial. He has consulted on numerous securities cases and Delaware appraisal actions, and addressed issues involving hedge funds, private equity, and regulatory and private actions alleging market manipulation and insider trading. Mr. Rudolph has analyzed price impact, damages, market efficiency, asset and business valuation, volatility, and trading behavior in both foreign and domestic markets. His industry experience includes consumer goods, financial institutions, materials and commodities, pharmaceuticals, and technology.
Greg Coleman, Senior Partner
33 Years of Trial and Appellate Experience
Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman, PLLC
GREG COLEMAN is a Senior partner at Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman and has 33 years of trial and appellate experience. He attended The University of Tennessee College of Law, graduating in 1989. He is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell with respect to both his peers and also by the Judiciary. He has been designated a Pre-Eminent lawyer by Martindale Hubbell and is listed in Best Lawyers in America and has been named Best Lawyers in America lawyer of the year in Products Liability litigation. He is a member of the National Trial Lawyers and has been named a TOP 100 Trial Lawyer. Greg’s practice focuses on class actions, products liability, complex multi-district litigation, toxic torts, and ERISA class actions. He was co-lead counsel in a series of automobile defect class actions against General Motors and obtained a $46 million settlement on behalf of a class of 1.6 million consumers regarding excessive oil consumption. He was lead trial counsel in an ERISA class action against AK Steel Corporation in which he obtained a $178.6 million settlement on behalf of a class of over 3,000 retirees of AK Steel’s Butler Works Plant in Pennsylvania. Greg also obtained a settlement worth more than $100 million dollars against the Sharp Company for defective microwaves. He has been named lead or co-lead counsel in numerous class actions.