Ashley Nader Stubbs
Butler Snow LLP
Phone:(601) 985-4572
Address: 1020 Highland Colony Parkway, Suite 1400
Ridgeland, MS 39157

Membership: Associations•American Bar Association •Defense Research Institute (DRI) •Marketing/Publicity Subcommittee •Mississippi College School of Law Chapter •Attorney Advisor •Jackson Young Lawyers •Newsletter Committee •Pro Bono Committee •Former Co-C
University: Louisiana State University, B.A., 2006, Mississippi College, J.D., magna cum laude, 2009 Moot Court, Order of Barristers, Phi Delta Phi, Am Jur Awards, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Wills & Estates, Labor Law, Sales & Leasing, Trial Practic
Admitted: 2009, Mississippi
Biography: Ashley has been recognized as a Mid-South Rising Star by Super Lawyers. Her practice is focused on defending pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers in mass tort and individual cases pending in various state and federal venues throughout the country. Distinctions•AV-Rated, Martindale-Hubbell •Mid-South Super Lawyers Rising Star, Personal Injury Defense: Products, 2012-2015 •Top 50 Leaders in the Law, Mississippi Business Journal, 2012 •Mississippi College School of Law, Adjunct Professor, Appellate Advocacy •Coach, Mississippi College School of Law's Rendigs Products Liability Moot Court Team •Mississippi Bar Leadership Class, 2015 Publications•Co-Author, What Do California, Vermont, and Alabama Have In Common? Pro Te: Solutio, Vol. 6 No. 3 (September 2013). •Co-Author, What Do California, Vermont ... and Alabama Have In Common?: Innovator-Liability for Brand-Name Prescription Drug Manufacturers, IADC Committee Newsletter, (February 2013). •Author, Guiding Your Company to Success--Itemization of FDA Guidances Regarding Drug and Medical Device Pro Te: Solutio (January 2010). •Author, The Twombly Transition Pro Te: Solutio (May 2010). •Co-Author, The Path To Aggregate Settlements, (Harmonie Group Presentation May 2010). •Co-Author, Understanding the Inherent Risks of Dual Representation Securities Law 360 (January 2010). •Author, Case Law: The Twombly Transition: States Slow to Adopt Twombley's Heightened Pleading Standard, Pro Te: Solutio, Vol. 3 No. 2, 12-13 (May 2010).