Bridget’s practice focuses on commercial and product liability litigation and regulatory counseling. In her litigation practice, she defends clients in agriculture, consumer product and manufacturing industries nationwide. Her experience includes all key phases of litigation: initial case assessment and negotiation, written and deposition discovery, expert witness preparation, dispositive motion practice and trial preparation. As part of her regulatory practice, Bridget advises clients on compliance, enforcement and policy issues involving FDA, FTC and USDA regulations.
Before joining the firm, Bridget served in chambers for the Hon. Stephen R. Bough of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri, where she honed her research and writing skills and learned to craft effective arguments. She also completed corporate and agribusiness internships at Ernst & Young LLP, Archer Daniels Midland and Bayer Crop Science, which provided a unique perspective into her clients’ legal and business needs.
Outside of work, Bridget remains active in her family farm in Iowa, participates in Crossfit and contributes to the American Royal Association through multiple committees.
Publications and Presentations
Bridget Halbur, Katie Gates Calderon and Jordan Carter, Food + Beverage Litigation and Consumer Marketing Trends, Update of the Law, Kansas City, Missouri, June 14, 2018.
Gregory Fowler, Bridget Halbur, Naoki Kaneko and Tammy Webb, Top 5 Trending Issues in Class Action Litigation, Proposition 65 and Social Media, Client Presentation, St. Louis, Missouri, April 17, 2018.
Bridget Halbur, Developing Trends in Labeling & Advertising, Tort Academy, Kansas City, Missouri, March 14, 2018.
Bridget Halbur, Shook Update of the Law, The Agricultural Business Council of Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri, January 18, 2018.
Katie Gates Calderon and Bridget Halbur, #No Filter: Legal Trends and Tips for Consumer Marketing, ACC Colorado CPL Practice Group, Englewood, Colorado, December 12, 2017.
Mark Anstoetter and Bridget Halbur, Legal Considerations for Leadership, Kansas State University "Leading Through Change" Professional Development Event, Olathe, Kansas, October 20, 2017.
Lindsey Heinz and Bridget Halbur, Cleaning Product Right to Know Act Appears to be Moving Forward, Daily Journal, July 17, 2017.