The practice of litigation veteran Charlie Gay stretches back four decades. Emphasizing health care and pharmaceutical matters, he collaborates with clients on their products liability, major toxic tort and malpractice cases. Charlie has defended several medical malpractice cases involving serious personal injury. Many of these matters revolved around severe conditions such as quadriplegia and brain damage.
Serving as lead counsel on hundreds of trials, Charlie has advocated for many publicly and privately held companies in several jurisdictions in Louisiana. Among his cases were complex suits such as class actions and multi joinders.
Charlie is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers, The International Society of Barristers, the Louisiana State Bar Association and Louisiana Bar Foundation, among other groups. He has served in several leadership positions in professional organizations. Charlie lectures frequently on the topics of trial practice and personal injury litigation.
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, J.D., 1976