Lockridge Grindal Nauen is pleased to welcome Maureen Kane Berg, Jessica Servais, and Kailey Mrosak as the firm’s newest attorneys.

Maureen Kane Berg practices in the firm’s data breach, antitrust law, business litigation and securities litigation practice groups. Ms. Berg graduated from Dartmouth College and the University of Chicago Law School, after which she clerked for the Honorable E. Grady Jolly on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She has been a litigator for a large Chicago firm and a founding partner of a Birmingham, Alabama firm where she successfully represented the class of nearly 40 million people who had paid exorbitant late fees for video rentals at Blockbuster, Inc. During a hiatus from her legal career, Ms. Berg became a published and produced playwright. Ms. Berg resumed her legal career in 2017 and she is excited to be working on the cutting-edge cases brought by LGN on behalf of both individuals and businesses.

Jessica Servais represents businesses, institutions, and consumers in complex litigation with an emphasis on antitrust cases involving domestic and international cartels as well as pharmaceutical antitrust litigation.

She also has experience in securities fraud and consumer protection matters. Throughout her career, Ms. Servais has served in key roles on lead and co-lead class counsel litigation teams and has extensive experience in the adversarial process including directing discovery, motion practice, witness examination, expert management, and class certification.

Ms. Servais graduated from Macalester College, magna cum laude, and the University of Minnesota Law School. Following law school, she clerked for the Honorable Michael J. Davis, United States District Court, District of Minnesota.

Kailey Mrosak practices in the firm’s antitrust and business litigation groups. Prior to joining LGN she represented asylum seekers before the asylum office and immigration court at The Advocates for Human Rights. Kailey graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2018 where she served as an editor for the Virginia Journal of International Law.

During law school, Kailey completed over 200 hours of pro bono service for local and international nonprofit organizations. Her past legal experience includes international environmental law, business and human rights, and land tenure policy.