Greg Anding is a litigation partner in the Baton Rouge office of Kean Miller. He joined the firm in 1995 and practices in the trial, toxic tort, expropriation, and commercial litigation groups. Greg represents clients in asbestos and benzene defense, other occupational and toxic tort litigation, hearing loss claims, expropriation (eminent domain) litigation, civil and business litigation, and construction law.
Greg has particular experience representing clients in cases involving premises liability, products liability, personal injury involving occupational and chemical exposures, and pipeline expropriation and expansion projects. He has specialized in asbestos and benzene litigation for over 20 years. Greg has handled numerous asbestos and benzene cases, working with many of the top defense experts, deposing plaintiffs’ experts in all disciplines, and serving as defense liaison counsel in several cases. He has taken two asbestos trials to verdict, three to jury selection, and countless to the courthouse steps. His courtroom experience includes trials in other types of litigation as well, including hearing loss trials and several expropriation trials for pipeline companies.