Edd's practice areas include products liability, pharmaceuticals and data security and privacy. He has also represented California prisoners in 8th Amendment violations for excessive force.

During law school, Edd served on the San Francisco University Law Review staff and interned at the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti in Port Au Prince. While in Haiti, Edd worked on documenting human rights and constitutional violations in the internally displaced person camps following the 2010 earthquake. Edd has received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards for Legal Writing and Research and Criminal Procedure.

Before law school, Edd attended Marquette University where he majored in history, minored in political science and played on the baseball team. Edd is a San Francisco native who grew up in the Haight-Ashbury and attended Saint Ignatius College Preparatory.

Publications

G. Gregg Webb & Edward Gaus, Using Cottle Orders to Resolve Multiplaintiff Litigation in California Courts, American Bar Association Section of Litigation Product Liability Newsletter, Winter 2016.