Ohio Trial Practice Attorneys

Trial Practice

Durst Kerridge does not shy away from trying cases involving high stakes and complex issues.

Certain core tenets of our Trial Practice set us apart.

We begin preparing for trial at the outset of every case. We conduct early focus groups and stage mock trials. Throughout discovery, we constantly evaluate trial strategy and work to position the case for success at trial.

We believe that getting to know the client profoundly is an indispensable aspect of trial practice. When representing companies, we visit our clients’ businesses many times throughout the case to understand how they operate. We visit individual clients at their homes. This provides invaluable insight.

We welcome urgent and challenging trial matters. We are willing to enter cases shortly before trial or with an imminent preliminary injunction hearing. In such cases, we have a strong track record of ultimately obtaining favorable results.

At trial, we distill complex commercial disputes–payments industry disputes, intercreditor disputes, business torts, etc.–into clear and compelling storylines, tailoring our presentation to the jury, judge, or arbitrator.

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Our attorneys have tried:


A bench trial in an intercreditor dispute in Hamilton County, Ohio, involving a complex theory of liability and multi-million-dollar damages claims


A trucking accident case in Franklin County, Ohio, resulting in a defense jury verdict for the client


Numerous other bench and jury trials


A jury trial in Montgomery County, Ohio, resulting in a plaintiff verdict for our client on all counts in an Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act case


A jury trial in Warren County, Ohio, resulting in a plaintiff jury verdict in favor of our client on a “Biddle” claim.


Preliminary injunction hearings in multiple jurisdictions.


A multi-plaintiff sexual harassment trial in Butler County, Ohio, in which the jury awarded our clients substantial compensatory and punitive damages


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Contact the Trial Attorneys of Durst Kerridge

If you need a trial attorney in a commercial or complex civil litigation matter, call Durst Kerridge at (513) 621-4999 to discuss your options.

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