Gabriel E. Gore is a trial lawyer who concentrates on complex civil litigation and white collar defense. He has tried nineteen jury trials to verdict, including cases involving breach of contract, misappropriation of trade secrets, securities fraud, employment and property damage claims. His clients include Fortune 500 corporations, corporate executives and high-ranking government officials.
Gabe’s civil litigation experience includes commercial disputes, product liability defense, False Claims Act defense and employment defense. He has defended white collar matters and conducted internal investigations involving allegations of accounting and securities fraud, False Claims Act violations, Medicare and Medicaid fraud, antitrust violations, mail and wire fraud, environmental violations, immigration violations and public corruption.
Prior to joining Dowd Bennett, Gabe served as a law clerk to the Honorable John R. Gibson of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals; an assistant U.S. attorney; an assistant special counsel for the Waco investigation; an associate at Williams & Connolly LLP; and a partner at Bryan Cave LLP.
Gabe is active in the community. He served as a gubernatorial appointee to the Ferguson Commission, which was charged with making recommendations to move the St. Louis community forward following the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. He received a 2015 gubernatorial appointment to serve on the Missouri State University Board of Governors. Gabe is also a founding board member of KIPP St. Louis Public Charter Schools.