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Dylan Murray has represented U.S. and international corporate clients in a variety of practice areas for more than 20 years, including commercial, tort, product liability, pharmaceutical, medical device, and construction litigation, both in federal and state courts, including:

  • Working at the forefront of the defense and discovery components of such cases, from filing of initial pleadings through discovery, trial and appeal, and heading up trial and appellate court briefing efforts in a multitude of cases on a wide range of dispositive and e-discovery issues;
  • Extensive experience in discovery-intensive and document-intensive litigation, serving as national and local defense counsel for Fortune 500 and other companies in numerous high-profile, high-stakes actions in multi-defendant commercial, tort, product liability, and construction lawsuits brought by individual and corporate plaintiffs and putative classes; and
  • Particular experience in virtually every phase and aspect of litigation and the discovery process as an integral litigation and trial team member in multiple, high-profile trials.
Dylan also has extensive experience assisting clients in reducing risk and cost and ensuring legal and regulatory compliance in the areas of e-discovery and legal holds, information governance, and data protection and privacy.

Memberships & Activities

  • Missouri Bar Association
  • Kansas Bar Association
  • Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers
  • Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association

Publications

  • Co-Author, Critical Information: Why a Robust Information Governance Program Is Important to Mitigating Legal Risks for Your Organization, AIM + FIM Insight (May 13, 2016)
  • Contributor, Shielding Personal Information in eDiscovery, Pratt’s Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report, Vol. 1, No. 3 (November/December 2015)
  • Co-Author, The Sending and Receipt of Metadata, The Corporate Counselor, Vol. 27, No. 9 (January 2013)
  • Co-Author, Sending and Receiving Metadata: Outline of Ethical and Legal Considerations, paper prepared for Seminar on Emerging Ethical Risks for Attorneys, presented by HB Litigation Conferences in Collaboration with West LegalEd Center in New York, New York (July 25, 2012 )
  • Co-Author, A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing: The E-Discovery Impact of Data Loss Prevention Systems, PenTest E-Discovery Legal Issues Guidebook (2012)
  • Co-Author, Current Issues in Preemption, Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers Newsletter (Spring 2009)
  • Author, Submission of Comparative Fault to the Jury Even When Not Pleaded, Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers Newsletter (Fall 2007)

Presentations

  • Speaker, eDiscovery & Ethics: Ethical Considerations with respect to eDiscovery, Labor & Employment Law Symposium, Columbia, MO (October 28, 2016)
  • Speaker, Ethical Challenges and Recommendations for Litigation Teams Conducting E-Discovery in a World of Ever-Changing Technologies, CLE Presentation, Overland Park, KS (November 9, 2012)
  • Speaker, Comparative Fault Strategies: Submission to the Jury When Not Pleaded, CLE Presentation, Kansas City, MO (June 28, 2007)

News & Events

Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice Welcomes Dylan Murray to Kansas City Office

12.07.18 | Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice is pleased to welcome Dylan Murray as an attorney in the firm's Kansas City office. Murray has represented U.S. and international corporate clients in both federal and state courts in a variety of practice areas for more than 20 years, including commercial, tort, product liability, pharmaceutical, medical device, and construction litigation.

Blog Posts

Jury trials in the Kansas City area slightly increase in number, but jury verdicts decline in amount

02.06.19 | Data from the Greater Kansas City Jury Verdict Service shows that while there were slightly more jury trials in 2018 than in 2017, the average monetary awards for Plaintiffs declined significantly. Every year, the Greater Kansas City Jury Verdict Service issues a "Summary and Statistics of Jury Verdicts" for the greater Kansas City area. The report includes...