Joseph Lyon

Attorney Joseph Lyon

Lead Attorney

Ohio Class Action & Product Liability Attorney

The Lyon Firm is a Practice Founded on Compassionate Consumer Advocacy

Joe Lyon is the founding partner of the The Lyon Firm, which he formed in 2006.  Over the past 18 years,  Joe has developed  a national class action and product liability practice working with firms throughout the country on notable medical device, pharmaceutical,  data security and privacy class action cases. 

Early Inspiration

Joe had early beginnings in the law, initially inspired by his father who was a local trial attorney, he started working in a small personal injury law firm in the summer prior to attending college. Over the course of that summer and each summer before attending law school, Joe returned to this small firm to help with court filings and case investigation.  Searching for his path, he admired the client relationships, the attorneys’ motivation to use the system to help families overcome medical and financial hardships, and the opportunity make a change to prevent others from suffering the same types of harm.  The admiration for these core values carried him to law school in Chicago with the intent of returning to his hometown to build a small consumer advocacy firm. The Lyon Firm holds these same values today.  

Advancing the Core Values  

Courts around the country have recognized Joe’s experience and leadership, and have appointed him as Lead Class Counsel and to Plaintiffs Executive/ Plaintiffs Steering Committee positions in data privacy, TCPA, and Consumer Protection class actions.  Currently, he is involved in over 30 data breach class actions, as well as TCPA, tuition reimbursement, and antitrust class action matters. 

Throughout his career, he has represented thousands of individual clients from all fifty states in 47 Multi-District Litigations(“MDL”) in Federal and State Court consolidated actions.  He has served on several MDL Discovery Committees to develop the general liability cases in MDL 1748: In re Testosterone Replacement Therapy; MDL 2327: In Re Ethicon Pelvic Repair Systems; and MDL 1598:  In Re: Ephedra Products Liability Litigation. Joe also had the honor to work alongside one of his professional heroes, Mike Miller, in a bellwether trial that resulted in a favorable Plaintiff’s verdict and assisted in a global resolution of the nationwide litigation. (Wisniewski v Taketa Pharmaceuticals America Inc. Case No: 120702272 (Philadelphia County, PA; In Re Actos State Bellwether Trial)  

Recent co-lead class counsel roles include, among others, Hawkins v. Navy Federal Credit Union, Case No: 1:19-cv-01186 (E.D. of VA)(Final Approval of $9.25 million nationwide non-reversionary common fund settlement for TCPA violations); Devine v. Health Aid of Ohio, Case No: CV-21-948117(Cuyahoga County)(Preliminary Approval granted in data breach class action for claims made settlement valued at $12.5 million); In Re Southern Ohio Health System Data Breach, Case No:A210886 (Hamilton County, OH)(Awaiting preliminary approval of nationwide non-reversionary common fund settlement of $1.95 million); Remoundos v. Lend US, LLC, No. 4:22-cv-00749 (U.S. District Court, N.D. of CA)(Awaiting preliminary approval in data breach class action for nationwide claims made settlement valued at $3.3 million).

In addition to the MDL and Class Action work, Joe has spent a significant part of his career representing individuals in catastrophic injury cases. He has obtained numerous seven figure results for individual plaintiffs in cases involving automotive product defects, medical malpractice, workplace injuries, and asbestos exposure.  This rewarding work has provided families with answers to difficult questions of liability and has resulted in numerous life changing settlements that have assisted with long term medical needs and compensation for significant financial and personal loss. The single event litigation has required the Firm to consistently learn new subject matters, develop new case themes, and create new relationships. He is also one of the rare attorneys to have taken on the firearm industry and prevail on two separate cases. 

In his free time, Joe enjoys travelling with his wife Moira, walking with his two dogs (Oli and Tucker), reading, scuba diving, golfing, and trying to play a little guitar. 

Awards and Professional Memberships

Mr. Lyon is a member of the National Trial Lawyers, American Association for Justice, and Attorneys Information Exchange Group, and has presented and published on complex litigation topics at both local and national conventions.

Joe is rated a 10/10  by AVVO and has been selected as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer in Ohio by The National Trial Lawyer Association since 2009. Furthermore, his peers have selected him as a  “Super Lawyer” in 2018 and 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, and a “Rising Star” from  2012 to 2016.  Joe has published and lectured locally and nationally on a variety of personal injury and mass tort issues.  Joe is the past co-chair for the American Association for Justice (AAJ) TRT Litigation Group and past chair for the Ohio Association for Justice Product Liability Section.

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Education

Chicago-Kent College of Law , Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, J.D. January 2003. Loyola University Maryland, B.A. Political Science (1999) Honors:

  • Federal Judicial Externship: United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Judge William Hibbler; (January 2001-September 2001)
  • Law Review: Member of Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law

International Study:

  • Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium September, 1997-June 1998
  • St. Louis University, Madrid, Spain September 1998-December 1998
Admissions
  • The Supreme Court of Ohio (2003)
  • The Supreme Court of Kentucky (2011)
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio (2005)
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio (2013)
  • United States District Court for Eastern District of Kentucky (2014)
  • United States District Court of Colorado (2011)
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (2014)
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan (2022)
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin (2022)
  • United States District Court for North Dakota (2022) 
  • United States Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit  (2015)
  • United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (2012)

  • Pro Hac Vice Admissions
    • Illinois (Cook County)
    • Minnesota (Hennepin County)
    • Rhode Island (Bristol County)
    • Pennsylvania (Philadelphia County)
    • California (Los Angeles County)
    • United States District Court, Southern District of California
    • United States District Court, Central District of California
    • United States District Court, Northern District of California
    • United States District Court, District of New Jersey
    • United States District Court, District of Minnesota
    • United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia
    • United States District Court, Eastern District of Virginia
    • United States District Court, Northern District of Florida
    • United States District Court, Southern District of Florida
    • United States District Court, Middle District of Florida
    • United States District Court, Northern District of Texas
    • United States District Court, Southern District of West Virginia
    • United States District Court, District of Kansas
    • United States District Court, District of Massachusetts
    • United States District Court, Northern District of Mississippi
    • United States District Court, Western District of Louisiana
    • United States District Court, Southern District of New York 
Representative Class Actions (Pending)

    • In Re Southern Ohio Health System Data Breach A2101886 (Hamilton County, OH): Serving as proposed co-lead counsel in a data breach class action impacting two hospital systems; Awaiting Preliminary Approval for common fund settlement providing monetary compensation and identity theft protection benefits to 420,433 class members (medical patients) impacted by the data breach.
    • Engle v. Talbert House, No. A 2103650 (Hamilton County, OH): Serving as proposed co-lead class counsel in a data breach class action impacting over 300,000 medical patients; Awaiting Preliminary Approval for claims made settlement providing monetary benefits and additional identity theft protection to class members impacted by the data breach.
    • Bae v. Pacific City Bank, No. 21STCV45922 (Los Angeles County Superior Court, CA): Serving as proposed co-lead class counsel in a data breach class action involving thousands of CA residents whose sensitive information was compromised in a data breach on a regional bank; Parties are working on mediation following briefing on Motions to Dismiss which was preliminarily denied.
    • Tucker, et al. v. Marietta Area Health Care Inc., Case No. 2:22-cv-00814 (U.S. Dist. Court, S.D. of OH): Serving as proposed co-lead class counsel for data breach class action arising hospital data breach impacting several hundred thousand patients in southern Ohio and West Virginia; Preparing briefing in response to Motion to Dismiss.
    • Devine et al, v. Health Aide of Ohio, Case No: CV-21-948117 (Cuyahoga County, OH): Appointed as co-lead counsel in a data breach class action involving 141,149 class members; Judge Russo granted Preliminary Approval for a claims made settlement providing monetary benefits and additional identity theft protection to 141,149 class members (medical patients) impacted by the data breach.
    • Waters v. Timios, Inc., 2:21-cv-08709 (U.S. District Court, C.D of CA): Serving as Plaintiffs’ counsel in a data breach class action; Assisted in preparing class notices and settlement documents; Preliminary Approval granted.
    • Baker v. ParkMobile, LLC, No. 1:21-cv-02182 (U.S. District Court, N.D. of GA): Serving as a court appointed member of the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in a data breach class action impacting over 20 million users of the parking App; Assisted in preparing pleadings and plaintiff vetting; Awaiting decision on Motion to Dismiss.
    • Desue v. 20/20 Eye Care Network, Inc., 21-cv-61275 (U.S. District Court, S.D. of FL): Court-appointed member of the Executive Committee for plaintiffs in a data breach class action involving over 3 million medical patients; Assisted in plaintiff vetting, drafting of consolidated pleadings, and responsive briefing to Motion to Dismiss; Action stayed.
    • Buffington v. Running Warehouse, LLC, No. 2:23-CV09980, U.S. District Court, C.D. of CA): Serving as a member of plaintiffs’ counsel in a payment card data breach class action; Assisted in preparing briefing on Motion to Compel Arbitration; Awaiting decision.
    • In re Gallagher Data Breach Litigation, 1:21-cv-04056 (U.S. District Court, N.D. of IL): Serving as a member of plaintiffs’ counsel in a data breach class action; Assisted in Plaintiff vetting; Awaiting decision on Motion to Dismiss.
    • Maloney v. CSI Financial Services, LLC d/b/a ClearBalance, 37-2021-00033113-CU-PO-CTL (Superior Court of California, County of San Diego): Serving as plaintiffs’ counsel in a putative data breach class action; Assisted in mediation; Awaiting preliminary approval.
    • Seabrian v. St. Joseph’s/Candler Health System, Inc., STCV21-01652 (State Court of Chatham County, GA): Serving as a member of plaintiffs’ counsel in a putative data breach class action; Awaiting consolidation order.
    • Tracy v. Elekta, Inc., No. 1:21-cv-02851 (U.S. District Court, N.D. of GA): Serving as a member of proposed class counsel in a putative data breach class action; Assisted in drafting consolidated pleadings and preparing responsive briefing on Motion to Dismiss; Awaiting decision.
    • Smith et al. Bioplus Specialty Services, LLC, No. 6:22-cv-00136 (U.S. District Court, M.D. of FL): Serving as plaintiff’s counsel in putative data breach class action; Assisted in drafting consolidated pleadings and responsive briefing to Motions to Dismiss; Awaiting Decision.
    • Miranda v. Xavier University, No. 1:20-cv-00539 (U.S. District Court, S.D. of OH); Serving as proposed lead class counsel for nursing students in a class action arising from the breach of contract to provide clinical education and experience through the coursework.
    • Reynolds v. Concordia, No. 21-cv-02560 (U.S District Court, Minn.): Serving as proposed lead class counsel for nursing students in a class action arising from the breach of contract to provide clinical education and experience through the coursework.
            Current MDL Cases
            • In Re Stryker LFIT V 40 New Jersey Consolidated State Litigation
            • MDL 2741   In Re:    Roundup Product Liability Litigation
            • MDL  2738 In Re:    J&J Talcum Powder Litigation
            Representative Class Actions (Past)
            • Hawkins v. Navy Federal Credit Union, Case No: 1:19-cv-01186 (U.S. Dist. Court, E.D. of VA): Appointed Co-Lead Class Counsel for nationwide class action arising from TCPA violations through texting practices to non-customers; Judge Brinkema granted Final Approval for nationwide class and common fund settlement of $9,250,000.
            • Culbertson v. Deloitte Consulting LLP 1:20-CV-3962 (U.S Dist. Court, S.D. of NY): Member of Plaintiffs’ class counsel and discovery committee for data breach class action impacting hundreds of thousands of individuals in several states; Assisted in Plaintiff vetting and drafting of pleadings and third party discovery; Judge Liman granted Final Approval of common fund for $4,950,000.
            • Wade v. U.S. Bank National Association, Case No: A1501522 (Hamilton County, OH): Appointed Co-Lead Class Counsel for Ohio state class action arising from violations of state mortgage satisfaction statute; Judge Winkler granted Final Approval of an Ohio class and common fund settlement of $1,750,000.00.
            Past MDL Experience
            • In Re Depo Provera: New Jersey Consolidated State Litigation
            • In Re: Yaz/ Yasmin/ Ocella Litigation. Philadelphia Consolidated State Litigation
            • MDL 2197:  In Re:  Depuy Orthopaedics, Inc., ASR Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 1871:  In Re:  Avandia Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 1598:  In Re:  Ephedra Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 1905:  In Re:  Medtronic, Inc. Sprint Fidelis Leads Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 1769:  In Re:  Seroquel Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 1928:  In Re:  Trasylol Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 1785:  In Re:  Bausch & Lomb Inc. Contact Lens Solution Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 1657:  In Re:  Vioxx Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 2226:  In Re:  Darvocet, Darvon, and Propoxyphene Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 2327:  In Re:  Ethicon, Inc. Pelvic Repair Systems Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 2325:  In Re:  AMS, Inc., Pelvic Repair System Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 2187:  In Re:  R. Bard, Inc., Pelvic Repair System Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 2387:  In Re:  Coloplast Corp. Pelvic Support Systems Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 2326:  In Re:  Boston Scientific Corp. Pelvic Repair Systems Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 2299:  In Re:  Actos (Pioglitazone) products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 1842:  In Re:  Kugel Mesh Hernia Patch Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 1708: In Re: Guidant Defibrillators Products Liability Litigation
            • MDL 1726:  In Re: Medtronic Implantable Defibrillators Products Liability Litigation  
            • MDL 2418: In Re: Plavix
            • MDL 1763:   In Re: Human Tissue   
            MDL Common Benefit Work

            In Re: Actos (Pioglitazone) Products Liability Litigation. Wisniewski v. Takeda Pharmaceuticals et al. (Case No. 120702272) Co-Counsel for bellwether trial in Philadelphia County.  Jury awarded $2,340,000.00 in compensatory damages. (2014)  Global settlement followed shortly after the verdict was announced. 

            MDL 2545 In Re: Testosterone Replacement Therapy Products Liability Litigation;  Leadership appointed  member of Plaintiffs’ Discovery Committee and assisting in document review and depositions preparation of key marketing witnesses.

            MDL  2327  In Re:  Ethicon, Inc. Pelvic Repair Systems Products Liability Litigation:  Leadership appointed member of Plaintiffs’ Discovery Committee  and assisted the  Plaintiffs Steering Committee  in document review and coding for deposition and trial preparation.

            MDL  1598  In Re:  Ephedra Products Liability Litigation: Performed document review; assisted in 30(b)(6) depositions of Defendant GNC; assisted in preparing bellwether case for trial.

            Representative Catastrophic Injury Cases
            • Estate of Gabrielle Walker v. The Toledo Hospital (2021) Lucas County, Ohio, Case No: G-4801. Lead counsel in medical malpractice/ wrongful death case involving allegations of negligent discharge of a suspected child abuse patient. The discharge resulted in returning the child to the suspected home environment where she sustained terminal injuries that evening. The four years of litigation entailed lead counsel taking over twenty depositions, preparing and disclosing four liability experts, filing several motions to compel discovery (ESI and 30B5 Witnesses) that the Court granted, and obtaining the Court’s denial of two motions for summary judgment.  The parties entered a confidential settlement two months before trial after months of negotiation.
            • Murphy v. University Hospital (2019) Hamilton County, Ohio A-18-03027. Lead Counsel in medical malpractice case involving the alleged misdiagnosis of cancer and unnecessary operation to remove 17 lymph nodes. The patient was cancer free and the unnecessary surgery left her with permanent lymphedema. Confidential Settlement following disclosure of exert reports on liability, causation and life care plan.
            • Gray v. KTM, Inc. et al (2017) (N.D. of Miss. Case No 3:17-cv-00092) Lead Counsel. Complex Product Liability case involving a defective throttle on a motorbike. The plaintiff suffered a catastrophic amputation of his left arm due to the defective throttle causing an unintended acceleration. Confidential Settlement.
            • Harrell et al. v. WWS Associates (2018) Hamilton County, Ohio, Case No: A1600701. Lead counsel in lead exposure case involving the secondary exposure of two minor children to industrial lead dust. It was alleged the children were poisoned when their father returned home from a recycling job that did not provide adequate protective clothing or require showers before returning home. The children suffered neurological injuries related to elevated lead levels. Confidential settlement following factual discovery and disclosure of expert reports on causation and damages.
            • Lemon v. FMK Firearms, Inc. et al. (2016) E. Dist. of KY Case NO 2:15-cv-00128. Lead Counsel. Complex Product Liability case involving a defective handgun that was subject to a recall due to drop-fire risks. The plaintiff suffered severe injuries including compartment syndrome when the gun was accidentally dropped and fired.  Confidential settlement.

            • Waters v. F&P America MFG, Inc. (2016) Miami County, Ohio Case No. 15-103. Lead Counsel. Workplace intentional tort claim involving a corporate policy to circumvent a perimeter cage designed to protect workers from hydraulic equipment malfunction. The plaintiff suffered catastrophic amputation of multiple fingers when a machine misfired. Confidential settlement.

            • Estate of Ralph Jamison v. Continental Appliances, Inc.  (2013) Adams County, Ohio Case No. CVB 20120499. Lead Counsel. Complex Product Liability case involving a defective propane wall heater that resulted in severe burn injuries and Wrongful Death. Confidential Settlement.

            • Estate of Joseph Ponsi v. RCD Sales, Inc. (2012) Ashland County, Ohio Case No. 12-CVI-017).  Lead Counsel. Dealership negligence involving the sale of a recreational towing vehicle that exceeded towing capacity of the vehicle resulting in rollover accident and Wrongful Death. Confidential Settlement

            • Armesia Thomas v. General Motors et al. (2011) E. Dist. of KY Case No. 08-228-ART. Lead Counsel.  Complex Product Liability action involving claims of defective seat belt design resulting in catastrophic spinal cord injury to 19-year-old female. Confidential settlement with General Motors and Takata Defendants.

            • Michael Urchak v. Donnell Ford Lincoln Mercury of Salem, Inc. (2010) Mahoning County, Ohio Case No 08-CV-3700). Lead Counsel. Dealership negligence causing mechanical failure and loss of control of vehicle resulting in spinal cord injury. Confidential Settlement.

            • Charles & Jennifer Briner, Individually and on Behalf of Christopher Briner, A Minor v Daimler Chrysler Corporation. (2007) (Richland County, Ohio Case No. 05-CV-371). Second Chair. Complex Product Liability action involving claims of defective seat belt buckle resulting in inadvertent buckle release and catastrophic brain injury to a minor. Confidential settlement.

            • Marlene Lewis et al v. Alex Saba,, M.D. (2006) Hamilton County, Ohio, Case No. A0501599. Second Chair. Medical malpractice claims arising from the failure to diagnose breast cancer resulting in cancer progression, loss of survival, and additional invasive medical care. Confidential Settlement.
            Lyon Firm Cases In the News

            Parker Hannifin Data Breach 

            Lyon Firm filed the first class action lawsuit arising from the Parker Hannifin data breach.  The fling and subsequent filings were covered by Top Class Action, Bloomberg, Cleveland.com, and law.com

            Memorial Health System Data Breach

            The Lyon Firm filed the first lawsuits against Memorial Health System for a data breach by the well known criminal syndicate Hive.  The filing was covered by classaction.org, hippajournal.comlawstreetmedia.com, and jdspura.com 

            John Deere Antitrust Litigation

            The Lyon Firm filed one of the first class action lawsuits against John Deere on “right to repair” theories and antitrust violations. The lawsuit has gained national attention on the agricultural community and has been covered by multiple news sources including farmequipment.com, Progressive Farmer, WI State Farmer, VICE, Courthouse News, Bloomberg, and even Reddit

            Lakeview Loan Servicing Data Breach

            The Lyon Firm filed the second class action lawsuit against Lakeview Loan for a large data breach impacting over 2.5 million customers. The lawsuits have been covered by Bloomberg, Housing Wire, JD Supra, and Top Class Action

            R & L Diesel Spill -Property Contamination

            The Lyon Firm filed the first class action lawsuit arising from R& L Carriers diesel spill that contaminated neighboring tributary and properties. The story and lawsuit have been covered by local news including an interview with Joe Lyon and a Lyon Firm client impacted by the spill.  See, Local 12 Video. See also, 6 Park news and follow up coverage by Fox News, and Local 5 of the  lawsuit. 

            Xavier Nursing School Tuition Reimbursement

            The Lyon Firm filed a class action against Xavier requesting reimbursement for nursing students who paid for an educational experience that included and centered on hospital clinical instruction, but were not provided this instruction due to Covid 19.  Local 9 , Local 5, and Local 12 have all covered the story. 

            Pam Can Product Liability Litigation 

            Lyon Firm filed one of the first claims in the country arising from an explosion caused by a venting Pam cooking spray aerosol can.  Local Cincinnati News covered the story.  The local Business Courier covered the lawsuit filing. 

            Since then, The Lyon Firm has filed numerous similar cases in Cook County Chicago. The Chicago Tribune covered the filings, in addition to NBC Other news coverage included NBC.ChicagoUSA Today, People, ABC, Fox19, Insider, CNN, NBC. New.York, Mens Health, Fast Company, and CBS ran a Nightly News Special on one of Lyon Firm’s clients injured in an explosion. 

            Walker v WWS Associates, Inc.  

            The Lyon Firm filed a lawsuit on behalf of two children who suffered lead poisoning from secondary industrial exposure. The notable case received front page Sunday News in the local Enquire.

            In Re Ethicon Vaginal Mesh Litigation

            The Lyon Firm represented many women impacted by these products, many of which have been removed from the market following the litigation.  The Firm also served on the discovery committee helping with the general liability document review.  The litigation and settlements were covered by many news outlets including Bloomberg, Reuters, NY Times, and Wall Street Journal

            In Re Actos Litigation 

            Joe Lyon was a part of bellwether trial for his client Frances Wisniewski in Philadelphia County.  The verdict of $2,050,000 received national news coverage including Bloomberg, Law360, and Lexus

            In Re Testosterone Replacement Product Liability Litigation 

            The Lyon Firm filed the first series of lawsuits related to the overpromotion and inadequate warnings on Testosterone Replacement Therapy.  The litigation received national news coverage including Reuters, Chicago Tribune, and the  Wall Street Journal,  Lawyers and settlements interviewed Joe early in the litigation. 

            Bauer v General Electric Company

            Lyon Firm files occupational injury lawsuit against GE Aviation on behalf of three GE employees who suffered from glioblastoma brain tumors and worked together at the GE Peebles testing facility. Radiation exposure is alleged to the cause of the common injuries.

            In Re Human Tissue Product Liability Litigation 

            NBC / Associated Press: Interview with Mr. Lyon Featured in Investigative Report on Stolen Body Part Scandal. 

            Presentations & Publications
            • Mass Torts in State Court. OAJ Summer Convention, Columbus, OH (2017)
            • Managing Client Expectations. OAJ Summer Convention. Columbus, OH (2015)
            • “The Wheels of Justice”: Mass Torts in State Court. Ohio Association for Justice Product Liability Section Newsletter (2015)
            • Ethics of Mass Tort Marketing, AAJ Summer Convention (2014)
            • Case Selection and Criteria for Testosterone Replacement Therapy, AAJ Summer Convention (2014)
            • Low T: The Creation of a Disease: A Medical Literature Survey. Ohio Association for Justice Product Liability Section Newsletter (2014)
            • Specific Causation for Testosterone Replacement Therapy, AAJ JPML Mass Tort Update (2014)
            • Causes of Action for Testosterone Replacement Therapy,  AAJ Seminar (2014)
            • Parallel Claims & Reporting Requirements: New Motivation for Drug Manufacturers to Give Adequate Warning. Ohio Association for Justice Product Liability Section Newsletter (2013)
            • Where to Begin Your Search for the Smoking Gun: Organizing Your Strategy and Informal Discovery. National Business Institute (2010)
            • Written Discovery Strategies. National Business Institute (2010)
            • A Separate Piece in Seeking Justice: Civil Themes and Skills in Public Defense. AAJ, Criminal Law Section, Vol. 16, No.2 Winter (2009)
            • The Weight of Expert Testimony. National Business Institute (2009)
            • Punitive Damages: Current Trends and Strategies. National Business Institute (2009)
            • Jury Selection: Your First Trial. Northern Kentucky College of Law (2009)
            • Utilizing ATLA Resources for Law Students. University of Cincinnati College of Law (2003)
            Honors & Awards
            • Super Lawyers (Class Action and Mass Torts) 2018, 2019
            • Super Lawyers, Rising Stars (Class Action and Mass Torts) (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
            • National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers for Ohio (2009-Present)
            • AVVO: 10/10 Rating

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