North Bay Business Journal Includes Jennifer Alesio, Esq., in "Forty under 40"

March 31, 2015 - NOVATO, Calif. -- Brayton Purcell LLP's newest senior trial attorney, Jennifer Alesio, has been announced as one of the North Bay Business Journal's "Forty Under 40" for 2015.

The Business Journal's Forty Under 40 are selected from dozens of nominees on the basis of their leadership in companies and organizations across the North Bay. Winners of these awards reflect an inspiring and substantial pool of young talent in the area.

Ms. Alesio is admitted to practice law in California and the Northern District of California Federal Court. She is a member of Consumer Attorneys of California, the Marin County Bar Association, Public Justice, and the Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom. Her recent trial work assisted by Brayton Purcell LLP senior trial partner, Gil Purcell, helped to secure a substantial $70,861,113 verdict against John Crane Inc., an asbestos gasket and packing manufacturer.

"Jennifer's dedication to our clients' causes and her efforts to learn trial advocacy skills are reflected in her many accomplishments - trial work is at once challenging and rewarding - we are proud to have Jennifer on our team," said Purcell of Alesio's contributions to Brayton Purcell LLP.

Ms. Alesio will be honored with the award at the 9th Annual Forty Under 40 winners' reception on April 27, 2015 at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa Rosa, California. The public is invited to celebrate all of these influential young professionals doing business in the North Bay by purchasing tickets to the event on the Business Journal's website.

About Brayton Purcell LLP

With offices in California, Oregon, and Utah, Brayton Purcell LLP represents workers and their families all throughout the United States. The law firm focuses its practice on mesothelioma and other asbestos-related litigation, workers' compensation claims, and all types of injury, death, and accident cases, including pharmaceutical, toxic exposure, defective medical devices, and catastrophic injury.