Craig Dudash is a Technology Consultant for TrialGraphix and is based in the Miami office. With over 14 years of consulting experience, he has worked on more than 600 matters nationwide, including numerous high-profile and mass exposure cases. Specifically, Craig has worked on securities, intellectual property, entertainment law, civil rights, wrongful death, defective product/product liability, and professional malpractice matters.
Notable cases include: U.S. Justice Department and New York District Attorney v. Standard Chartered Plc.; In re Flonase Antitrust Litigation; Vivendi Securities Class Action Litigation; In re Tribune Company, et al.; In re Seroquel Product Liability Litigation; Arista Records LLC, et al. v. Lime Wire LLC, et al.; Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp et al v. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc.; Gary Kline v. Zimmer; Johnson and Johnson v. Boston Scientific; and In re Actos Litigation.
Prior to joining TrialGraphix, Craig worked for over 14 years at a national litigation firm. While there, he oversaw all aspects of trial technology including database creation and administration, document imaging, web tool support and specialty video services. Craig consulted with clients and internal project managers to recommend strategic and appropriate technology solutions for even the most complex scenarios. Craig provided high-end litigation support software training to clients and worked with internal technical experts to design and test new technologies to meet the demands of the ever-changing legal technologies service industry.
Craig holds a B.S. in International Business and Spanish from the University of Maryland. In addition, he attended multiple semesters at the Spanish-American Institute in Sevilla, Spain. He graduated from the Defensive Language Institute of Monterey California while serving as a French Cryptological Interpreter in the United States Navy.