Robert Bryan Roden is a lawyer in Birmingham, Alabama practicing since last 44 years. He focuses his practice on areas such as Class action, mass torts, toxic exposure, Defective and dangerous products, Wrongful death, Car accident, Chemicals & Cosmetics, Motor Vehicle Defects, Pharmaceutical Products, Hazardous Waste, and Personal Injury.
He completed B.S. in 1971 from the University of Alabama. He attended the Cumberland School of Law of Samford University and earned his Juris Doctorate in the year 1974.
He secured admission in the Middle, Northern, and Southern District Court of Alabama in 1975, in Alabama in 1974, and in the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in 2000.
Robert B. Roden is a member of the Birmingham Bar Association, American Bar Association, Alabama State Bar, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association.
He started working at Shelby Roden Attorneys at Law in 1999. He has tried more than 100 cases. He has also settled countless cases. He focuses on automobile products litigation, dietary supplement litigation, Environmental Litigation, and Commercial Litigation.
His notable cases include a $700 million settlement over PCB contamination in Anniston, a class action suit against McWane Cast Iron Pipe Company for pollution of the Village Creek watershed, and personal injuries and wrongful death case against ephedra manufacturers. He has worked as plaintiff’s counsel on many mass chemical exposure cases in Lake Charles.
Robert Roden has undertaken many charitable endeavors. He has played a vital role in establishing the Alabama Civil Justice Foundation in 1992. It serves as a source of funds available to charitable organizations in the state.
While working with the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, he helped in creating the Foundation as a vehicle for the statewide legal community to assist Alabama families, children and citizens in need.
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