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  • Education
    • J.D., Washburn University School of Law, 2015
    • B.A., Washburn University, 2011

Gabrielle focuses on handling toxic tort litigation, food industry litigation, and products liability litigation. Gabrielle understands the large-scale nature of manufacturing, producing, and supplying products and the potential liabilities involved. Clients can rely on her to present legal solutions that encompass not only litigation but business strategies for managing potential claims in the future.

Gabrielle serves businesses of all types and sizes including product manufacturers, product suppliers, food producers, food distributors, and businesses with occupational and workplace exposure. Gabrielle is well versed in conducting written discovery, drafting pre-trial and dispositive motions, and has extensive experience taking depositions. 

  • Represent multiple clients in wrongful death cases arising from asbestos exposure.
  • Conduct virtual and in-person depositions of key fact witnesses in products and premises liability cases.
  • Draft discovery responses in complex products-liability litigation in collaboration with client
  • Draft discovery protective orders to control the disclosure of highly sensitive client information including trade secrets and confidential research.
  • Assisted in documenting an extensive corporate history of knowledge to defend a food additive company against claims their product caused injury.
  • Drafted a mediation statement in a wrongful death claim with multi-millions in estimated damages.
  • Subpoenaed multiple out-of-state corporations for information on a plaintiff’s former employers in a personal injury case.
  • Negotiated a dismissal moments before oral argument of a motion for summary judgment.