Greg Coleman is a founding partner of Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman LLP. He has over 30 years of trial and appellate experience and has first chaired over 100 jury trials and countless other bench trials during his career.
Greg's practice focuses on consumer class actions, products liability, medical practice, personal injury, complex multi-district litigation, litigation, toxic torts, premises liability, ERISA class actions, and drug and medical device litigation. His practice started in the United States and has since expanded to serving clients around the world, including countries throughout Europe. Greg currently serves on the Supervisory Board for the Diesel Emissions Justice Foundation.
In addition to being selected as a speaker at MTMP on multiple occasions, Greg has served as a guest lecturer and speaker on Advanced Trial Advocacy and at national seminars. He has lectured extensively for many years on topics such as advanced trial tactics and strategy and complex litigation matters. He has authored published materials regarding advanced trial strategy, ethics seminars, as well as numerous other publications for CLE seminars at which he has lectured.
Greg was co-lead counsel in a defective products case against Electrolux where he and co-counsel successfully obtained a settlement on behalf of a class of more than one million members regarding defectively manufactured dryers. The settlement resulted in an expected utilization settlement value of over $35 Million. He was also lead trial counsel in an ERISA case action against AK Steel Corporation where he successfully obtained a $178.6 Million settlement on behalf of a class over 3,000 retirees of AK Steel's Butler Works Plant in Pennsylvania. Greg is currently serving as lead trial counsel on behalf of workers in the Kingston coal fly ash spill litigation which has been described as the America's worst environmental disaster.