Damon Brinson defends manufacturers of medical devices, pharmaceutical products, cosmetics, industrial equipment, and chemical products. His litigation experience extends from case work-up to appeals, and includes depositions, expert discovery, dispositive and Daubert motions, mediation, trial preparation, and trial. Damon is also a member of the Discovery Practice Group where he has experience managing large-scale eDiscovery collections, reviews, and productions.
In his prior career, Damon worked as a senior manager and consultant in the financial services sector, overseeing information technology, information governance, and technology development and providing operations leadership for brokerage, banking, and insurance companies.
While in law school, Damon served as a law clerk in the U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Minnesota and was a Managing Editor of the Minnesota Law Review, where his work, entitled Reasonable Means: Unavailable Declarants After United States v. Yida, was published.
When not practicing, Damon enjoys spending time with his wife and son, hiking, distance running, and making music.