Todd Alley, Jim Clark & Don Greiwe, leading personal injury attorneys in Tampa, have joined Morgan & Morgan. The three attorneys were partners in the prestigious Tampa personal injury law firm Alley, Clark & Greiwe.
“We’re proud to join Morgan & Morgan and look forward to advancing the firm’s mission to protect the people, not the powerful while continuing our commitment to provide our clients with the highest quality legal representation available,” said Todd Alley on behalf of himself, Clark, and Greiwe.
Alley, Clark, and Greiwe are AV-rated by Martindale Hubbell. An AV-rating by Martindale Hubbell means that their peers and judges have rated them as having the highest levels of legal ability and professional ethics. Each is recognized and listed as a Preeminent Attorney in the Martindale Hubbell Registry.
Over the years, all three have been consistently recognized in multiple specialties by Super Lawyers© and The Best Lawyers in America©. Clark and Greiwe are also Board Certified Civil Trial Attorneys by the Florida Bar.
“Todd Alley, Jim Clark and Don Greiwe have built impeccable reputations in the legal community as excellent trial lawyers and are deeply committed to serving justice,” said Sumeet Kaul, the managing partner of Morgan & Morgan’s Tampa office. “They are an amazing addition to the Morgan family and will continue to build on their record of success for our clients throughout the state of Florida.”
Complex Product Liability and Mass Tort Claims
Their firm Alley, Clark & Greiwe, formed in 2005, successfully litigated a wide variety of complex product liability and mass tort claims against fen-phen diet drug manufacturers, the makers of artificial heart defibrillators, Big Tobacco, silicone gel breast implant manufacturers, and manufacturers of pelvic mesh, bladder slings and hernia mesh products, and various manufacturers of artificial hip and knee joint implants, as well as claims involving Baycol, Vioxx, Bextra, hormone replacement therapy drugs, and certain types of female birth control products.
Alley graduated from the University of Florida in 1978 and received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Alabama in 1980. He is very active in his community having served on various charitable organizations including being a former board member of the Florida Chapter of ALS, University of Florida’s Gator Boosters, and the Gasparilla Scholarship Foundation.
Clark was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1975 and the North Carolina Bar in 1979 after graduating from the University of Florida 1968 and then in 1974 from law school at Florida State University College of Law.
Greiwe received his law degree from the University of Miami and graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1973.