Wyatt R. Smith is an associate in the Firm's Commercial Litigation Group. His practice focuses on complex commercial disputes. He has experience representing national health insurance and financial institution clients in federal court and arbitration, as well as automotive clients in multidistrict class action litigation. He possesses specialized knowledge concerning the pharmacy benefits management industry.
Wyatt maintains a diverse pro bono practice. Utilizing a keen eye for detail, he has successfully represented pro bono clients in state and federal court in cases involving social security and matrimonial law. His experience includes engagements for leading animal welfare non-profit organizations. He also represents an individual in civil suits who spent 24 years in prison for a crime he did not commit, achieving a record $10.5 million settlement.
"Endangered Species Act or Extradition?: Protecting Foreign Species in the Aftermath of the Cecil the Lion Controversy," 18 VT. J. ENVTL. L. 55, 83 (2016)