Bruce Carlson has been at the forefront of impactful, paradigm-shifting litigation on behalf of aggrieved individuals since the mid-1990s.

As a young lawyer, Bruce conceived the legal strategy that was used to pursue claims against lead pigment manufacturers whose residential paint products caused pervasive poisoning among an entire generation of inner-city children. Since those early days of his career, he has always followed some variation on the same straightforward theory of legal advocacy. That is, whether he is representing lead poisoned children, consumers who have been defrauded, employees who have been underpaid, the victims of discrimination, or others whose legal rights need a zealous champion, he seeks to leverage patterns of misconduct that occur within a given industry to effect change at a macro level.

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