Brad Catlin, a member of Price Waicukauski Joven & Catlin, LLC, has a broad range of experience representing individuals and businesses seeking compensation in complex litigation. Most recently, Brad was a part of the trial team that obtained a $79 million federal jury verdict in a class action involving the unauthorized use of an existing right-of-way for commercial telecommunications purposes.
One of Brad’s primary practice areas is prosecuting legal malpractice claims. He has represented individuals, small businesses, and multinational corporations in situations where their prior attorneys make mistakes and must be held accountable. These cases can be complex and require an attorney who is well-informed about many areas of law. Brad does this by writing the Indiana Law Update, a blog devoted to providing up-to-date information about developments in Indiana law to Indiana lawyers.
Brad also represents businesses in other forms of litigation, pursuing antitrust claims, trade secret claims, property disputes, and claims of wrongful interference with contracts or business relationships. Brad’s technical proficiency and project management experience allows him to advise businesses, which are considering litigation about their obligations to preserve relevant information.
Brad’s individual clients have included people who have been injured in an accident, who have disputes with their insurance companies, and who have purchased defective products. Some of these cases have involved individual claims. Other attorneys also regularly hire Brad to act as local counsel in their complex cases, to help guide them through Indiana law and procedure to achieve a favorable outcome for their clients.
Licensed since 1999
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|University of Notre Dame Law School||Law||J.D.||1999|
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