Britt E. Wicklund


Phone Number: 816.701.1161

4740 Grand Avenue Suite 300
Kansas City, MO 64112

In Brief

Experience working on class actions and multidistrict “mass tort” complex litigation.

Represented school districts and individuals in re: JUUL Labs, Inc. Marketing, Sales Practices & Products Liability Litigation.

After years of service in Kansas City’s fine dining restaurants, Britt Wicklund returned to law school to pursue her dream of becoming an attorney. Britt joined Wagstaff & Cartmell after graduating from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2016. While at KU, she represented minors in criminal defense matters at KU’s Legal Aid Clinic and assisted with guardianship matters at KU’s Medical Legal Partnership Clinic.

Britt has worked extensively on fact discovery and expert discovery in large scale class action and multi-district litigation such as National Prescription Opiate Litigation, MDL and In re: Asacol Litigation. Britt also works with individual and government entity plaintiffs in In re: JUUL Labs, Inc. Marketing, Sales Practices & Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2913.

Britt focuses her practice on commercial litigation and consumer fraud. She enjoys learning the ins and outs of different businesses and industries throughout the process of discovery, working with partners on strategy for depositions and pleadings. As a veteran of fine dining restaurants, Britt understands what it means to provide excellent service to clients and brings that same attention to detail to her work at Wagstaff & Cartmell.

Notable Litigation

  • JUUL Labs, Inc., MDL No. 2913

    Wagstaff & Cartmell is involved in this MDL against JUUL Labs, Inc. Tom Cartmell has been appointed the Plaintiff’s Government Entity Liaison Counsel of the JUUL Labs Inc. MDL in the Northern District of California in front of the Honorable William H. Orrick.

  • Skip’s Precision Welding, et al. v. Central Payment Co. (D. Neb.)

    Wagstaff & Cartmell attorney, Ty Hudson, served as the court-appointed lead counsel for a certified class of more than 200,000 merchants suing an independent sales organization for breach of contract, fraud, and RICO violations alleging the company engaged in a scheme to overbill small businesses on credit card processing fees.

  • In Re: Surescripts Antitrust Litigation (N.D. Ill.)

    Wagstaff & Cartmell attorney, Ty Hudson, served as the court-appointed interim co-lead counsel in a putative class action against the dominant provider of electronic prescription routing services to pharmacies alleging illegal monopolization and other antitrust violations by the company and alleged co-conspirators.

  • In Re: National Prescription Opiate Litigation, MDL 2804 (N.D. Ohio)

    The Wagstaff & Cartmell team is involved in this prescription opiate litigation MDL. Ty Hudson worked with a team of lawyers to help prosecute the case against prescription drug distributors in the initial MDL bellwether cases, which resulted in settlements totaling more than $260 million. The next phase of the litigation is on-going. Eric D. Barton is representing dozens of county and c

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  • In Re: Asacol Litigation (D. Mass)

    Wagstaff & Cartmell attorney, Ty Hudson, as court appointed co-lead counsel, prosecuted an illegal monopolization case arising from an alleged hard switch product hop. Judgments for the three named plaintiffs were entered by the court against defendants totaling more than $2.7 million.

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  • Prado v. Jackson County, Missouri, No. 4:17-cv-506 (W.D. Mo.)

    Eric Barton successfully opposed a motion for class certification for Jackson County, Missouri. The case was seeking certification of a class of detainees from the Jackson County Detention Center who were seeking damages on civil rights claims alleging poor conditions inside the facility.

Practice Areas

Other Practice Areas

  • Consumer Fraud
  • Product Liability


  • J.D., University of Kansas School of Law
  • B.A. in Communication and Media Studies, University of Missouri – Kansas City
    • Dean’s List