Craig is a trial lawyer with experience defending Fortune 500 companies in their most challenging commercial disputes. Craig has defended clients in cases involving antitrust, securities and accounting fraud, class actions, product liability, breach of contract and fraud, as well as in sensitive government investigations. Craig’s appellate experience as a Supreme Court clerk and two decades of trial court experience allow him to combine outstanding written work with excellent courtroom skills to deliver successful results for clients.
In 2018, Craig was recognized in The National Law Journal’s list of “Litigation Trailblazers.”
In 2017–2019, Chambers USA ranked Craig as a top lawyer in the area of Litigation: General Commercial.
In 2017, Craig was recognized by Legal 500 in the areas of Transport: Aviation & Air Travel and Trade Secrets. In 2018, he was recognized in the areas of Product Liability, Mass Tort and Class Action: Automotive/Transport and Trade Secrets. In 2019, he was recognized in the area of Trade Secrets.
In 2017, The American Lawyer twice recognized Craig as a “Litigator of the Week” for his work on behalf of the State of Georgia and Honeywell.
In 2016 and 2013, Craig was listed as a “Washington, D.C. Super Lawyer” by Super Lawyers magazine.
In 2013–2019, Craig was recognized as a “National Star Attorney in Antitrust” by Benchmark Litigation.
In 2008 and 2010, Craig was one of the Kirkland litigators featured in The American Lawyer’s “Litigation Department of the Year” issues.
In 2006, Craig was named to Washingtonian magazine's list of “40 Top Lawyers Under 40” and was featured in the article “Young Guns.”
Admissions & Qualifications
- 1996New York
- 1997District of Columbia
- Harvard Law SchoolJ.D.magna cum laude1994Harvard Law Review
- Brown UniversityA.B.magna cum laude, with Honors in History1991