Jeremy’s practice is focused on representing pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers in complex products-liability litigation. He has experience defending lawsuits in multidistrict litigation as well as individual cases pending in state and federal courts across the country. Jeremy has handled various aspects of litigation from initial discovery through judgment and resolution.

In addition to his primary practice, Jeremy devotes time to pro bono legal work and other charitable activities, including serving on the board of the Urban Scholastic Center.

During law school, Jeremy was an editor of the UMKC Law Review, a staff member of The Urban Lawyer and a member of the Order of the Barristers.


Co-author, Professional Human Service Occupation Biases Represented in General Psychology Textbooks, 36 Journal of Instructional Psychology 194 (2009).


Speaker, Predictive Coding: Losing the Spin; Finding Practical Uses, SHB PMDLD CLE (January 2013).

Speaker, eDiscovery: Document Preservation & Review, SHB PMDLD Attorney Summit CLE (October 2012).

Panelist, Forever Home, SHB Family Court 101 CLE (December 2011).