Jeff White provides counseling and dispute resolution advice for manufacturers and distributors. He is chair of the firm's Manufacturing Industry Team and regularly represents clients throughout the United States and globally. Jeff is significantly involved with industry issues through his participation with groups such as the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and the American Bar Association's International Expansion and Cross-Border Transactions Subcommittee. In 2013, he created and launched the widely read Manufacturing Law Blog, which was one of the first blogs in the country to address legal issues facing manufacturers and distributors.
Business to Business Dispute Resolution / Litigation
Jeff has represented several Fortune 50 manufacturers that sell products globally, including in the aerospace, chemicals, and consumer product markets to name just a few. He has experience in a wide variety of matters, including product-related class actions, product liability prevention and litigation, supply chain disputes (including with long-term agreements (LTAs) that range from hundreds of thousands of dollars to several billion dollars), intellectual property disputes, and environmental matters. He routinely uses his litigation and business experience to counsel companies that wish to assess and/or resolve business to business disputes with suppliers, vendors and other business partners without resorting to litigation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jeffrey J. White