Gabe defends pharmaceutical and medical device companies in products liability litigation. His experience includes work on individual and multidistrict matters in state and federal courts across the country. Gabe has participated in all phases of litigation ranging from fact and expert discovery through motion practice, trial and appeal. He has also briefed complex legal issues such as federal preemption in the context of medical devices.

While at Pepperdine University School of Law, Gabe served as literary citation editor of Pepperdine Law Review. In addition to competing in moot courts against barrister students from two of London's Inns of Court – Inner Temple and Grey's Inn, he also competed in the Willem C. Vis (East) International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Hong Kong.

Publications

Harvey L. Kaplan, Mark W. Cowing & Gabriel P. Egli, A Primer for Data-Protection Principles in the European Union, Culture Clash! Data Protection, Freedom of Information and Discovery – How to Protect Your Business in Transnational Disputes, Defense Research Institute (DRI) Europe (Munich, Germany), May 2009.

Gabriel Egli, Don't Get BIT: Addressing ICSID's Inconsistent Application of Most-Favored-Nation Clauses to Dispute Resolution Provisions, Pepperdine Law Review 34 (4), May 2007.