Ms. Gray specializes in complex civil litigation and appellate advocacy with an emphasis on environmental litigation. She has participated in Superfund trial litigation and has trial experience in a variety of business and employment matters. Her extensive appellate experience includes a wide array of cases briefed or argued to the United States Supreme Court, the Ninth and Tenth Circuit Federal Courts of Appeals and the Montana and Wyoming Supreme Courts, involving such areas as navigable waters title disputes, Superfund and other environmental litigation, bank bad faith, auditor negligence, products liability, multidistrict air crash liability, employment litigation, oil & gas exploration, securities litigation, government contracts and insurance coverage.
In addition, Ms. Gray has long served on the litigation committee for the Montana ACLU, and in that capacity has handled numerous constitutional disputes at the trial court and appellate levels. Prior to joining Holland & Hart in 1986, Ms. Gray clerked for United States District Court Chief Judge Clarence A. Brimmer.