Attorney Bob Germany has represented individuals and small businesses throughout Mississippi since he was admitted to the bar in 1981. Over the course of his career, Bob Germany has handled dozens of bench trials and more than seventy jury trials. His fearless and tenacious litigation skills earned him an invitation to become a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, where he holds the rank of Advocate.
He has also been named a Top 100 Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers and a Top 25 Mass Tort lawyer by the same organization. He has been recognized as one of the Top 100 High Stakes Litigators in the country and has been named a Mid-South Super Lawyer every year since 2011.
In his four decades of experience, Attorney Bob Germany has litigated several notable cases as an appointee on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee, including:
Attorney Germany tried four bellwether cases in MDL-1760, including the first three, one of which was named a Top Ten National Jury Verdict by Law360 in 2009. These were the first bisphosphonate cases tried in the United States.
- In re Aredia and Zometa Products Liability Litigation (MDL-1760): A lawsuit against drug manufacturer Novartis for hiding drug dangers associated with irreplaceable jawbone damage from using the pharmaceutical products they offered.
- In re Fosamax Products Liability Litigation (MDL-1789): A lawsuit against Merck & Co., Inc. pertaining to the prescription medication Fosamax, which reduced bone density and quality in uses, which increased the chances of severe fractures in patients.
Attorney Bob Germany is admitted to all courts in Mississippi. In addition, he is admitted to numerous federal courts around the country and has been admitted pro hac vice in dozens of others. In addition to Mississippi, Bob has tried jury cases in California, Montana, New Jersey, and North Carolina.