Darci Madden defends clients against class actions, complex business litigation, and product liability suits. She has represented clients against claims alleging defects in medical devices, suits arising under federal and state antitrust laws and the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, class action claims arising out of a variety of health insurance-related issues, and shareholder derivative suits. She has conducted motion and trial practice in multiple state and federal courts across the country. She represents clients from a broad range of industries including medical devices, agribusiness, health care, financial services, and insurance.
As a founding member of the firm's Electronic Discovery Unit, Ms. Madden has lectured on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure relating to disclosure of electronically stored information. She serves on the Associate Training Committee and the St. Louis office Mentoring Program Committee. She is also a member of the national steering committee for Bryan Cave's women lawyers' affinity group, BC Women.
Ms. Madden is licensed in Missouri and Illinois, as well as in a number of federal district and appeallate courts. She is an active member of DRI and the DRI Drug and Medical Devices Committee, as well as the Federal Bar Association.