Emily A. Hinderliter
Emily A. Hinderliter’s work focuses on product liability, premises liability, retail liability, and insurance litigation. With a wealth of experience gained from working in-house with an international corporation, she has a keen understanding of the business demands placed on legal departments. Ms. Hinderliter has successfully managed litigation and handled all aspects of case development and trial preparation, achieving positive outcomes for her clients.
She also brings a unique industry perspective to her work, having assisted with responding to regulatory compliance inquiries from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Electric Safety Authority, and Health Canada. Ms. Hinderliter's experience in managing litigation and balancing business demands has made her a valuable asset to her clients. She understands the importance of cost-effectiveness and efficiency in legal proceedings and is committed to achieving the best possible outcome.
Whether representing individuals or corporations, Ms. Hinderliter leverages her business acumen to deliver results-driven legal strategies.
J.D., The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, 2008
Senior Editor, Journal of Law & Policy for the Information Society
Research Assistant for Professor Sarah R. Cole, 2006-2007
B.A., cum laude, Vanderbilt University, 2005
NAMWOLF (National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms)
WBENC (National Women's Business Enterprise Certification)
Ohio State Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
Co-Author, "Hospital Liability
& Medical Malpractice," UK.CLE Kentucky Health Law Handbook, 5th ed., 2009.
Author, "Facilitated Engagement Planning," Volume 1, Issue No. 2, Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys, 2008.
Court Appointed Mediator,
Franklin County Small Claims Court
Moritz College of Law, Public Service Fellow