Elizabeth (“Beth”) Graham is a principal at Grant & Eisenhofer. She leads the firm’s complex pharmaceutical and medical device litigation practice and serves as a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. Ms. Graham has spent most of her career as a plaintiffs’ lawyer advocating for the rights of individuals, families and small businesses harmed by large corporations.
Ms. Graham’s expertise spans the practice areas of mass tort, consumer fraud, product liability, environmental, business torts, and sexual assault and retaliation claims. She has served as Lead Counsel in multi-million dollar cases, has acted as a member of various Plaintiffs’ Executive Committees in complex actions, and has prior experience as national defense coordination counsel in product liability and environmental litigation.
Ms. Graham is actively representing thousands of injured victims in various cases against corporations, including pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, public utility and tech companies. Ms. Graham is Liaison Counsel, a member of the Executive Committee, Chair of the Law & Briefing Committee, and was a lead negotiator in the In re Essure Product Cases (JCCP 4887) settlement, which provided $1.6 billion in overall compensation to injured women. She was also Co-Lead class counsel in the In re Columbia Gas Explosion Cases (Mass. Sup. Ct.) where she was a principal negotiator of the recent $143 million class action settlement.
Ms. Graham additionally represents survivors of sexual assault and sexual harassment that occurred in the workplace, in places of higher learning, or by a trusted professional, including a former female executive of dating app Tinder in her sexual assault and retaliation claims, including litigation of forced arbitration provisions.