Corey Brady is a highly accomplished attorney with extensive experience in appellate and complex commercial litigation. Brady earned his Juris Doctor degree with honors from the prestigious University of Chicago Law School and his Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from Florida State University. He clerked for the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals between 2015-2016 and is currently a fifth-year associate at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, where he works on a variety of complex legal issues. During his time at Weil, Brady has represented major manufacturers like Dometic Corp. in defending products liability class actions and advised debtors in significant Chapter 11 bankruptcies such as Westinghouse Electric Company and Tidewater Inc. He has also worked with National Public Finance Guarantee Corp. during the Puerto Rico Title III process, and assisted Johnson & Johnson in defending against talc-related lawsuits. Additionally, Brady worked as a managing editor at The University of Chicago Law Review and has experience as a copy editor at University Press of Florida.
Corey Brady's expertise includes appellate and complex commercial litigation, products liability, bankruptcy, finance, and legal research.