Alan concentrates his practice in the areas of product liability, tort and business litigation as a member of Husch Blackwell’s Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation team. He handles a wide variety of product liability and personal injury litigation, including prosecution and defense of contracts; chemical and toxic tort; premises liability; firearms and ammunition; maritime; aviation; and rail cases.
Alan also has extensive experience in construction; business and commercial; banking and finance; admiralty and maritime; and insurance law, as well as liability prevention counseling for manufacturing and construction clients. Alan’s significant work on behalf of industry clients has included:
With a segment of Alan’s practice being focused on aviation law, his personal background adds to his experience in this unique area. Alan served as the main source of information for Daniel L. Rust’s authorship the 2016 book, The Aerial Crossroads of America: St. Louis’s Lambert Airport. He has been an active private pilot for more than 40 years and is involved with two St. Louis-area aviation groups, whom he represents as pro bono clients. Before entering law school, Alan served in the military intelligence branch of the U.S. Army from 1968 to 1971.