Dana represents companies in both individual and complex litigation, including multi-defendant product liability matters. Dana has experience in all stages of litigation, including discovery, motion practice and trial. She has drafted pre-trial, trial, post-trial and appellate motions and briefs for matters in both state and federal courts in multiple jurisdictions. Dana also has served on numerous case teams and trial teams in the defense of personal injury and wrongful death smoking-and-health cases.

Before joining Shook, Dana graduated from the University of Missouri School of Law, where she was inducted into the Order of the Coif and served as editor in chief of the Missouri Law Review. She became a member of the school's regional moot court team after being named top second-year oral advocate and receiving the award for top second-year brief. Dana also received the Roscoe Anderson Award for Excellence in Advocacy and the National Moot Court Prize, as well as CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Constitutional Law and Trademark Law. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri School of Journalism, where she was inducted into Kappa Tau Alpha Honor Society.


Tim Congrove, David Northrip & Dana Strueby, Keep Talking, but Know the Law: Ongoing Considerations Regarding Communications with Potential Class Members, The Business Suit, January 11, 2012. 

Scott Kaiser & Dana L. Strueby, Missouri, Class Action Compendium (DRI Defense Library Series 2011).