Kelsey Brudvig Elected Shareholder of Collins & Lacy

 Retail, Hospitality, and Professional Liability Attorney joined firm in 2016 

Attorney Kelsey Brudvig has been elected as a shareholder of the Collins & Lacy law firm. As a member of the Retail & Hospitality Practice Group, the team is experienced in all facets of litigation relating to this practice area, including: premises liability, third person tort/assault, alcohol liability/Dram Shop, adulterated food claims, asset protection, and regulatory agency sanctions. 

Brudvig represents leading national and regional companies in the retail, hotel, food service, bar and private club, and entertainment industries focusing on the protection of their brands and assets. She is also involved in matters pertaining to ADA issues and licensure and other administrative decisions of state regulatory agencies. 

“Kelsey has distinguished herself by resolving complex cases and has become an integral part of our practice group. She combines a sharp legal mind with a comfortable communication style which clients enjoy,” said Collins & Lacy Retail & Hospitality Practice Group Chairman, Christian Stegmaier. “Consistently, she achieves positive results for Collins & Lacy’s clients in litigation defense.” 

Kelsey Brudvig joined Collins & Lacy in 2016. She received her undergraduate degree at the University of Kentucky and earned her Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, at the Charleston School of Law. Prior to joining Collins & Lacy, Brudvig served as a staff attorney at the South Carolina Supreme Court. 

About Michael Burney

Michael Burney is Director of Business Development for Collins & Lacy. He has extensive experience in sales, journalism, corporate marketing and ad agency management. At Collins & Lacy, he works to connect Insurance companies, TPAs, adjusters, captive and self-insured companies with the firm’s talented defense attorneys. He is also the host and producer of the firm’s podcast, The Legal Bench.