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Stacy L. Foster is an associate in King & Spalding’s Mass Tort and Toxic Tort and Product Liability practices. Stacy focuses her practice in the areas of complex civil litigation and products liability defense. Stacy has experience defending Fortune 500 corporations in multi-district litigation and state-wide coordinated proceedings.

She earned her J.D. from Loyola Law School where she was a member of the Scott Moot Court Honors Board and served as a staff member on the International & Comparative Law Review.  

Stacy served as a Judicial extern for the Honorable Fred Woods of the California Second District Court of Appeal. Prior to that, Stacy participated in a summer externship for the Honorable Geraldine Mund for the Central District of California Bankruptcy Court.

 

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Credentials

J.D., Loyola Law School

B.A., Economics, University of California-Los Angeles, cum laude

California

U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California

Intern, Hon. Fred Woods, California

Intern, Hon. Geraldine Mund, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California

Matters

Defense verdict for global medical device manufacturer in the first bellwether trial in a major multi-district litigation following an eight-week jury trial, October 2014.

Defense verdict for Johnson & Johnson in its first talc/mesothelioma case to go to verdict, November 2017. This verdict was ranked No. 1 on CVN’s Top 10 Most Impressive Defense Verdicts of 2017 and named one of the Top Verdicts in California in 2017 by the Daily Journal.

Full dismissal for $0 for Johnson & Johnson in talc/mesothelioma case on eve of trial, February 2019.

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Defense verdict for global medical device manufacturer in the first bellwether trial in a major multi-district litigation following an eight-week jury trial, October 2014.

Defense verdict for Johnson & Johnson in its first talc/mesothelioma case to go to verdict, November 2017. This verdict was ranked No. 1 on CVN’s Top 10 Most Impressive Defense Verdicts of 2017 and named one of the Top Verdicts in California in 2017 by the Daily Journal.

Full dismissal for $0 for Johnson & Johnson in talc/mesothelioma case on eve of trial, February 2019.

Unanimous defense verdict for Johnson & Johnson in talc/mesothelioma case, April 2019.

Defense verdict for Johnson & Johnson in talc/mesothelioma case, October 2019.

Motion for summary judgment granted for Johnson & Johnson in talc/mesothelioma case, January 2020.

Matters

Defense verdict for global medical device manufacturer in the first bellwether trial in a major multi-district litigation following an eight-week jury trial, October 2014.

Defense verdict for Johnson & Johnson in its first talc/mesothelioma case to go to verdict, November 2017. This verdict was ranked No. 1 on CVN’s Top 10 Most Impressive Defense Verdicts of 2017 and named one of the Top Verdicts in California in 2017 by the Daily Journal.

Full dismissal for $0 for Johnson & Johnson in talc/mesothelioma case on eve of trial, February 2019.

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Matters

Defense verdict for global medical device manufacturer in the first bellwether trial in a major multi-district litigation following an eight-week jury trial, October 2014.

Defense verdict for Johnson & Johnson in its first talc/mesothelioma case to go to verdict, November 2017. This verdict was ranked No. 1 on CVN’s Top 10 Most Impressive Defense Verdicts of 2017 and named one of the Top Verdicts in California in 2017 by the Daily Journal.

Full dismissal for $0 for Johnson & Johnson in talc/mesothelioma case on eve of trial, February 2019.

Unanimous defense verdict for Johnson & Johnson in talc/mesothelioma case, April 2019.

Defense verdict for Johnson & Johnson in talc/mesothelioma case, October 2019.

Motion for summary judgment granted for Johnson & Johnson in talc/mesothelioma case, January 2020.

Credentials

J.D., Loyola Law School

B.A., Economics, University of California-Los Angeles, cum laude

California

U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California

Intern, Hon. Fred Woods, California

Intern, Hon. Geraldine Mund, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California