Shook’s New York Office Sees Growth with Automotive Litigators
Shook’s New York office expanded by welcoming a group of automotive litigators in 2023. This group includes Partners Michael Gallub, Homer Ramsey and Brian Carr. Gallub and Ramsey together have 60+ years of experience in the automotive industry while Carr brings class action and complex litigation experience in a variety of industries. Gallub and Carr also have a robust environmental practice and Ramsey serves as regional product liability counsel for medical implant companies. The group includes a total of three partners, three senior counsel and one counsel.
“Our NYC office location is growing, and we expect more growth in the coming months. We are excited about this group because their practice, expertise, and cultural approach align seamlessly with ours,” said Shook Chair Madeleine McDonough.
Gallub and Ramsey have preeminent reputations in automotive class action industries and product liability matters. Gallub and Carr, together, have successfully defended complex environmental litigation matters. Partner Amir Nassihi, who has lead national class action roles, said, “We know of Michael and Homer’s exceptional capabilities from collaborating with them in various high-stake industrywide litigations.” The new group also includes:
- Bryan Hogg, Senior Counsel
- Daniel Robertson, Senior Counsel
- Josh Weiner, Senior Counsel
- Chris Pacciano, Counsel
Shook opened its New York office in 2021. The expansion to New York expanded the firm’s strong bench of litigators in the Northeast. This addition allows the firm to serve its health, science and technology clients from 18 distinct markets. “When we started the New York office two years ago,” says Office Managing Partner Scott Chesin, “we had two lawyers. One year later, we had six, and now, with the addition of Michael, Homer, and their team, we’ve grown to 18 New York litigators. It’s literally exponential growth.”
The New York Law Journal, Law 360, Bloomberg and Reuters covered the addition of the group to Shook.