Jeremy Smith is a toxic tort senior litigation paralegal in the Asbestos Litigation practice area. A major portion of Jeremy's time is spent in the day-to-day management of the firm's numerous asbestos cases. He assists with all aspects of preparing a case for trial from the initial factual investigation through essential stages of civil litigation. His daily responsibilities entail maintaining a high level of fiduciary duty on behalf of both clients and partners of the firm.
A large portion of Jeremy’s time is spent analyzing and researching big data on behalf of Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 Companies for the purposes of risk management and analysis. He enthusiastically tracks and evaluates multiple areas of risk targeting some of the largest and most reputable companies in America. Jeremy routinely targets and isolates threats directed toward the firm’s clients. In addition to his core obligations, Jeremy’s responsibilities necessitate researching, synthesizing, codifying and communicating enormous amounts of actionable data to senior and middle management levels of many Fortune 100 and 500 companies for the purposes of strategic business management.
Because of his responsibilities, Jeremy is actively involved in large-scale document production in some of the most demanding jurisdictions in the United States. He daily oversees a vast amount of discovery representing approximately 20-plus jurisdictions in St. Louis, Missouri, and surrounding areas, two of which include Madison and St. Clair Counties, known for being some of the most demanding dockets in the country. With academic concentrations in business, law and finance, Jeremy consistently demonstrates a high level of business acumen while embodying the mission statement of Armstrong Teasdale in pursuit of client interests.
- Webster University (M.B.A., 2018)
- Business Administration
- Webster University (M.S.F., 2018)
- Webster University (B.A., 2011)
- Legal Studies
- Southwestern Illinois College (A.A.S., 2010)
- Paralegal Studies
- Webster University (Paralegal Certificate, 2011)
- ABA Approved Program
- Phi Theta Kappa