NEW YORK —The National Law Journal has named Tadler Law partner Brian R. Morrison one of the “Rising Stars of the Plaintiffs Bar” in its 2021 Elite Trial Lawyer Awards.
“We are so proud of Brian and this recognition of his talent,” says Tadler Law founder and managing partner Ariana J. Tadler. “As one of the youngest and most promising antitrust and consumer class action plaintiffs’ lawyers in the country, Brian has already proven himself to be an excellent attorney capable of managing complex litigation.”
Brian joined Tadler Law in November 2019 as Senior Counsel and was promoted to Partner in July 2020. He focuses his practice on prosecuting class actions and other complex litigation on behalf of consumers and small businesses. He has worked on many of the largest antitrust, consumer, and product liability cases across various jurisdictions and industries, including the JUUL e-cigarette multidistrict litigation, the Takata airbag multidistrict litigation, the generic pharmaceutical pricing antitrust litigation, and several billion-dollar financial fraud matters. He is well versed in handling every stage of litigation from factual investigations through trial.
Before joining Tadler Law, Brian worked at several nationally recognized law firms, including one of the nation’s leading class action and litigation firms. He has worked on some of the largest antitrust and consumer protection class actions in recent history. Brian previously served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Jaynee LaVecchia of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, where he worked on a variety of novel and complex legal issues. He also founded and co-chaired the Young Lawyers Division of the Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey and served as a founding member of the New Jersey Law Journal Young Lawyers Advisory Board. Brian has worked vigorously to expand pro bono opportunities at his firms.
A magna cum laude graduate of Rutgers Law School, Brian was a Notes and Comments Editor for the Rutgers Law Journal and co-founded the Rutgers Business Law Association. He also served as a legal intern for the Honorable Theodore McKee, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, the Honorable Reggie Walton, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the Honorable Jack Sabatino, Superior Court of New Jersey—Appellate Division, and the Honorable Carol Higbee, Superior Court of New Jersey.