Todd B. Naylor

Partner

Todd represents primarily plaintiffs in the areas of complex civil litigation, class actions, toxic and environmental torts, anti-trust, consumer, warranty and product liability actions, medical malpractice, insurance coverage, personal injury and wrongful death.

Todd has served and presently serves as co-counsel in numerous multi-million dollar complex civil litigation cases or class actions, including the Enzyte, Carnevale, Nationwide, Bowen, Zicam, Yasmin/Yaz, MetLife, and Citibank cases. Todd has also appeared as lead counsel in courts all over the state of Ohio representing hundreds of clients at all stages of litigation. He was invited to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers as one of the youngest board members in the 50 year history of the organization, and chaired the section on Toxic, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Torts for four years. He has lectured on the American Legal System at the University of Cincinnati and has spoken at the Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers Annual Convention.

Todd earned his Bachelor of Arts from Bradley University with honors, where he founded the school's Mock Trial Program under the tutelage of Federal District Court Judge Michael Mihm, and he earned recognition as an Outstanding Attorney in the National Intercollegiate Mock Trail Competition. Todd earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1997 where he received the William O. DeSouchet Trial Advocacy Scholarship, and the 1996-1997 Legal Aid Award for his dedication to the school's low-income clients. Todd is admitted to practice in the State of Ohio, the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and the United States District Court for the Southern and Northern Districts of Ohio. Todd has served as a Trustee and Chair of the Section on Toxic, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Torts for the Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers, and is a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association, Cincinnati Bar Association and Ohio Bar Association.

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