Robert H. Brunson serves clients in a national trial practice. Throughout more than thirty years with the firm, Mr. Brunson has represented corporate, institutional, and individual clients in a wide range of litigation matters, including the defense of colleges and universities in tuition refund class actions, high wealth family trust and estate disputes, environmental and consumer class actions, and supply chain and consumer litigation over alleged product defects. In every engagement, Mr. Brunson brings an innovative approach to solving client problems, application of the latest technologies to enhance client service and efficiency, and unique experiences in high stakes trials.
A former Editor in Chief of the South Carolina Law Review and clerk to a United States District Court Judge, he has taught Trial Advocacy at two different law schools in South Carolina, founded the firm’s Legal Project Management Task Force, is co-chair of the Consumer and Mechanical Products Liability and Class Action Practice Group as well as the Private Wealth Services Group, a frequent speaker on legal education topics, and a founding member of the James Petigru Inn of Court in Charleston. Mr. Brunson combines old-school trial experience with modern technologies and methods to guide clients through litigation challenges that matter deeply.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Robert H. Brunson