Matt Ford concentrates his practice on product liability, with an emphasis on defective medical devices and firearms. Matt serves on the Bailey Glasser team currently representing hundreds of clients against manufacturers of defective hernia mesh devices. He is also part of the team handling cases against companies who knowingly manufacture and sell defective firearms resulting in injury and death.
Matt also works with the firm’s technology and e-Discovery team, assisting clients and attorneys regarding the numerous facets of electronic discovery, including document review, technology development, and evidence collection and preservation.
Matt is also a member of the adjunct faculty at the University of West Alabama where he teaches political science courses including “Introduction to Law” and “Constitutional Law.”
- Served on the plaintiffs’ nationwide class action team who settled what International Business Times called a “landmark legal concession” from gun manufacture Taurus International, in which Taurus agreed to repair or replace defective firearms as part of a class-action settlement valued at up to $239 million; settlement terms included a buyback or replacement of almost one million pistols (Carter v. Taurus International Mfg., et al.)
- Served on the Bailey Glasser team who obtained a $21.2 million verdict against Sallyport Global Holdings, Inc., in a complex breach of contract valuation case after a 2½ week bench trial in federal court in New York City; the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit completely upheld the trial court verdict (Charron v. Sallyport Global Holdings, Inc.)