Gabe is a litigator and eDiscovery specialist with more than a decade of experience defending pharmaceutical and medical device companies in complex litigation. In these roles, Gabe provides creative and insightful counsel regarding the challenges posed by an ever-changing discovery landscape and exponential data growth.
As a member of Shook’s Data and Discovery Strategies group, Gabe advises clients on a range of discovery-related issues related to preservation, collection, processing, and review of documents for production and case assessment. He strives to provide effective and efficient strategies for addressing the asymmetric discovery often faced by defendants in product liability mass torts. Gabe defends clients in various discovery disputes. He also manages document reviews and has extensive experience preparing protective orders, document production protocols and other discovery-related materials.
Gabe focuses his practice on product liability litigation for companies that develop and manufacture lifesaving and life-improving medicines and medical devices. He also has experience litigating other complex matters, including False Claims Act and commercial warranty actions. Over the course of his career, Gabe has worked on multidistrict litigation and numerous individual matters in state and federal courts across the country for clients including Bayer, Boston Scientific, Covidien, Genentech, Medtronic, Stryker and Takeda. Gabe has participated in all phases of litigation ranging from fact and expert discovery to dispositive motion practice, trial and appeal. He routinely briefs complex legal issues such as federal preemption of claims against FDA-approved medical devices.
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.