Mr. Gray is a founder and partner at Gray and White Law practicing in a variety of areas including class actions and complex multi-district litigation (MDL), personal injury, and medical malpractice.
Practicing law since 1990, Mr. Gray has represented injured persons in a wide variety of personal injury claims. In 1999, he took a medical malpractice/bad faith case to trial and achieved an award of $13.1 million dollars--one of Kentucky's largest jury awards.
He has also worked in an advisory capacity on many MDL cases and worked in a leadership capacity--as Co-Lead or Plaintiff's Steering Committee Member--on some of the nation's largest class action suites including:
Eddleman v. Jefferson County
Armstrong v. Franklin
Whitworth v. Nationwide Insurance Company
In Re: Managed Care Litigation - MDL 1334
In Re: TKR Cable Tax Litigation
In Re: Insurance Brokerage Antitrust Litigation - MDL 1663
In Re: First Command Securities Litigation
He is a sought-after lecturer and has been asked to speak at numerous seminars and conventions to share his knowledge and insight on class action, medical malpractice, and complex litigation topics.
Mr. Gray is highly regarded by his colleagues. He received the highest rating of "AV" by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings--an objective peer review designed to rate lawyers on ethics and professional ability. In addition, Lawdragon listed him as one of the top 500 plaintiff attorneys in America based on nominations from his peers and others in the legal community.
Mr. Gray is licensed to practice law in all state and federal courts in Kentucky as well as the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.