Our Team - Ruby S. Redshaw
Ruby S. Redshaw
- Commercial and Complex Litigation
- Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith
- Tort Defense
- Employment Litigation
- Maritime and Transportation
- Medical Malpractice Defense
Direct: (206) 258-3875
Ruby’s experience spans the spectrum of litigation matters. She is an effective advocate for clients throughout the litigation process, including developing effective case strategies, managing discovery, including taking and defending depositions, and drafting and arguing pleadings and briefs. While serving as a Deputy District Attorney for Salt Lake County, Ruby defended employment, civil rights, and tort cases before state and federal courts. She is well-versed in conducting workplace investigations into employee complaints and potential claims of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Ruby’s significant litigation experience also includes the areas of: insurance coverage and defense; commercial disputes; maritime law; and medical malpractice defense.
University of Idaho, College of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2010
Vanderbilt University, B.A., 2005
Nicoll Black & Feig, 2020-present
University of Utah, Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 2018-2019
Deputy District Attorney, Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office, Civil Division, 2016-2018
Mitchell Barlow & Mansfield, 2014-2016
Nicoll Black & Feig, 2010-2014
Western District of Washington
District of Utah
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
Obtained favorable ruling in federal court on a Rule 12(b)(6) Motion, dismissing seven of eight of plaintiff’s claims involving allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination under Title VII and state law.
Prevailed in written order from the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah on Motion to Terminate Consent Decree under the Prison Litigation Reform Act after four years of litigation and production of over 100,000 pages of discovery.
Represented commercial client and its insurer in federal court in a maritime contract dispute that also involved Consumer Protection Act claim, obtaining settlement in mediation for 95% of clients’ damages plus attorney fees.