Craig Litherland’s practice focuses on complex claims resolution and bankruptcy reorganizations that involve mass tort problems and bankruptcy-related insurance disputes. His clients include corporate debtors, committees, future claimant representatives, and plan trustees.
Craig has handled matters involving numerous tort claims that arise from asbestos and medical devices, including silica, breast implants, and other medical devices. He also has represented clients in claims related to noise induced hearing loss, exposure to other carcinogenic materials, and medical service provider policies that have produced numerous tort claims.
Over the course of his career, Craig has represented debtor corporations, trustees, committees, and other parties in connection with bankruptcy cases in the auto parts, insulation contracting, flooring and other building material manufacturing, convenience store, aircraft manufacture, oil and gas production, off-shore drilling, farming, heavy equipment manufacturing, real estate development, telecommunications, mortgage servicing, truck and container shipping, and pipe manufacturing industries.