The law firm of Heninger Garrison Davis is pleased to announce that Taylor Bartlett has joined the firm. Taylor’s practice focuses on representing individuals in the areas of pharmaceutical and medical device litigation. He represents clients from all over the United States and is actively involved in the recently discovered link between bladder cancer and Actos usage.
Recently, Taylor completed an LL.M at King’s College London where he focused on arbitration. He represented King’s College in an international moot held in Vienna, Austria. His team competed against 270 other teams to win 3rd place for their memorandum. Prior to that, Taylor graduated from Cumberland School of Law where he was an Associate Editor of the Cumberland Law Review. Before attending Cumberland, Taylor earned his Mechanical Engineering degree at Auburn University.
Engineering school gave him a scientific background that has allowed him to excel in such a complex area of law. It has also trained Taylor to think practically and logically, allowing him to be a better advocate for his clients. As Taylor’s practice covers scientifically complex areas of law, his Engineering background and practical analysis skills are put to good use serving his clients. Apart from the law, Taylor enjoys Tennis, Competitive Sailing and Traveling.
To learn more about Taylor, please visit the Heninger Garrison Davis website: /attorneys/taylor-bartlett/.
“We think Taylor’s unique and impressive background will be a valuable asset in helping our clients and we are proud to welcome him to our team” said Lew Garrison, partner of Heninger Garrison Davis, of Bartlett’s move to the firm.