Damon Brinson has experience in a wide range of litigation issues. He works on various product liability matters involving the defense of medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers, chemical exposure issues, and commercial litigation. Damon is also responsible for managing large-scale ESI document collection, discovery review and production.
While in law school, Damon served as a law clerk in the U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Minnesota. He practiced as a student attorney for two years in the Civil Practice Clinic, first-chairing a commercial breach of contract trial in Minnesota District Court. Damon was a staff member and managing editor of the Minnesota Law Review, where his work entitled, Reasonable Means: Unavailable Declarants After United States v. Yida, was published.
Prior to law school, Damon worked as a senior manager and consultant in the financial services sector, providing technology development and operations leadership in investment firms, brokerages, and insurance companies.
When not practicing, Damon enjoys spending time with his wife and son, hiking, canoeing, and distance running.