Gail Brashers-Krug Attorney
- Business and Commercial Litigation
- Appellate Advocacy
- Healthcare Law
- Professional Liability Defense, Licensure and Credentialing
- Construction and Design Practice
- State of Iowa
- US District Court
- Northern & Southern Districts of Iowa
- Harvard Law School, JD, magna cum laude, 1994
- Executive Editor, Harvard Law Review
- University of Chicago, BA, 1991
- Law Clerk to the Honorable Michael Boudin, U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, Boston, Massachusetts, 1994-1995
Gail Brashers-Krug is a litigation attorney primarily engaged in white collar criminal defense and complex civil litigation. Ms. Brashers-Krug has extensive experience in large class-action lawsuits and has handled many civil and criminal matters in state and federal court in Iowa, New York, Kansas and elsewhere. Prior to moving to Iowa, she practiced law for ten years on the east coast, most notably as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., and later with Murphy, Falcon & Murphy. She has represented Fortune 100 companies in nationwide, multi-billion-dollar class-action lawsuits, as well as several players and coaches in personal litigation within an NFL team.
Ms. Brashers-Krug is a Harvard Law School graduate and has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Iowa College of Law where she taught a variety of litigation writing and practice skills from 2008-2013. She has offices located in Coralville and Cedar Rapids.
- American Bar Association
- Criminal Justice Section
- Litigation Section
- Women in Criminal Justice Committee
- Women in White Collar Subcommittee
- Iowa State Bar Association
- Linn County Bar Association
- Johnson County Bar Association
- The Eighth Amendment and Ineffective Assistance of Counsel in Capital Cases, 107 Harvard Law Review 1923 (1994).
- The Supreme Court: Recent Cases, 107 Harvard Law Review 1 (1993).