Tiffany deGruy is a trial lawyer who has considerable experience trying high-stakes business and commercial litigation. Tiffany represents clients in a variety of industries such as healthcare, e-commerce, and insurance, with clients who include large publicly traded companies. Most recently, she was a key member of a trial team in a 10-week jury trial and conducted witness examinations before a jury.
Tiffany also has extensive experience in managing the inherent complexity of multi-jurisdictional disputes for publicly traded companies. She handles a diverse range of cases, including high-stakes, “bet-the-company” business litigation, commercial disputes, matters arising from federal fraud investigations under the Federal False Claims Act and qui tam whistleblower actions, contract disputes, real estate disputes, and insurance coverage disputes, as well as mass tort and employment-related disputes.
Tiffany has worked on a variety of cases in both federal and state courts across the country achieving favorable results on behalf of her clients who range from publically traded companies to family-owned businesses. She also handles complex arbitrations and represents clients in arbitration forums throughout the region.
Tiffany is actively involved in her community as evidenced by her extensive pro bono work. She represents an Alabama death row inmate in Rule 32 and related appeals, and is a member of the Birmingham Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyer Program. She also volunteers for the Jefferson County District Court and Domestic Court Clinics, assisting pro se parties, and with the Homeless Experience Legal Protection Program, assisting the homeless with legal matters. Tiffany has represented indigent clients in several general litigation and family law matters in connection with the Birmingham Bar Association. In addition, she is actively involved in the leadership of the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation Women Advocate Committee. Within the firm, Tiffany heads Bradley's Women's Initiative and has served as a member of the Recruiting Committee.