Bar Admissions

  • Maryland
  • District of Columbia

Court Admissions

  • U.S. Court of Federal Claims
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

Education

  • J.D., Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, 1978
    Awarded Faculty Award for highest graduating average
  • B.A., with honors, Johns Hopkins University, 1975

Memberships

  • Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers

    International Association of Defense Counsel

    Defense Research Institute

    Lawyers for Civil Justice

    National Center for State Courts
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Bruce R. Parker

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Mr. Parker has authored more than 45 papers and newsletters that address epidemiology, immunology, biostatistics and trial practice. He has also given more than 60 lectures on those topics to several groups.

October 2016
Are Corporate Registrations a Consent to Personal Jurisdiction?
Bruce R. Parker, James K. (Jamie) O'Connor
DRI Rx for the Defense
October 2011
Looking Backward to Move Forward with Your Defense: Using History to Overcome Jurors’ Misunderstandings About Science
Bruce R. Parker
Defense Counsel Journal
March 3, 2011
May 5, 2010
Plaintiff’s Bar Chipping Away at the Learned Intermediary Doctrine
Bruce R. Parker
DRI - RX for the Defense
Fall 2003
Mold Litigation: Avoidable or Inevitable?
Bruce R. Parker, Stephen E. Marshall
Real Estate Review
October 1, 2002
Weak Link or Pandora's Box? Scientific, Ethical, and Legal Questions Raised by the Exaggerating Plaintiff
Bruce R. Parker
IADC Newsletter
2002
Bruce R. Parker
Advocacy in the 21st Century-Essays by Leading Defense Practitioners, IADC
November 2001
Joint Defense Agreements: Is the Co-defendant a Friend or Foe?
Bruce R. Parker
IADC, Advocacy, Practice & Procedure Committee
2000
Trial Cross-Examination of Daubert Experts
Bruce R. Parker
Chapter 10, Challenging Expert Witness Testimony, IADC
Fall 1998
Clinical Causation Testimony: How to Keep the Treater Behind Daubert's Gate
Bruce R. Parker
DRI Newsletter, Drug and Medical Device Committee
1998
Closing the Gate on Junk Science: How to Make Daubert Work for You
Bruce R. Parker
Defense Counsel Journal
1996 - 1997
Daubert Update: The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Reverses Summary Judgment for UpJohn Company Which Was Based on the Inadmissibility of Plaintiffs’ Causation Evidence
Bruce R. Parker
IADC, Products Liability Committee
February 1994-95
The Differing Standards Imposed Upon a Surety When Compromising Claims Under An Indemnity Agreement
Bruce R. Parker
IADC, Fidelity and Surety Committee
April 1993-94
Where Claim Is Based on Multiple Separate Contracts, Miller Act Requires Notice Within 90 Days of Last Activity Under Each Contract
Bruce R. Parker
IADC, Fidelity and Surety Committee
1994
Handling A Pharmaceutical Recall: Why It Pays To Do It Right
Bruce R. Parker
Drug Information Journal
1994
Recalls, Why It Pays To Do It Right
Bruce R. Parker
Drug Information Journal
May 1992
Bruce R. Parker
Products Liability Committee Newsletter
1992
What Can Be Done to Enforce Mediation Agreements
Bruce R. Parker
Defense Counsel Journal
1987
Insurance Bad Faith Litigation in Maryland, Special Problems for the Defense Lawyer
Bruce R. Parker
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