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Jennifer L. Dollard-Smith

Jennifer’s practice is focused on complex business litigation. She has represented public and private companies in a variety of state and federal matters, including consumer protection class action litigation, breach of contract and tortious interference disputes, product disparagement and defamation claims, and product liability litigation. Jennifer also advises corporate clients in an outside general counsel capacity on contract negotiation and drafting, and regulatory compliance.

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Jennifer L. Dollard

(513) 632-0307

201 E. Fifth St., Suite 1420
Cincinnati, OH 45202

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Business Litigation


Class Action Defense


Breach of Contract


Product Liability


Media & Communications Law

First Amendment




False Advertising


Product Disparagement

Supreme Court of Ohio


United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio


United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

Ohio State Bar Association


Cincinnati Bar Association


Federal Bar Association


Federal Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section Committee Member


Potter Stewart Inn of Court

Ohio Women’s Bar Association


Co-Chair for Leading with Style, the OWBA’s annual fundraiser benefitting the Ohio Women’s Bar Foundation


Greater Cincinnati Minority Counsel Program, Board Member


University of Cincinnati College of Law Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic, Supervising Attorney

University of Cincinnati College of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2015

Order of the Coif

Articles Editor, University of Cincinnati Law Review

Fellow, Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic

The Ohio State University, B.A., 2012

Unintended Effects and Inadequate Consumer Benefit: Analyzing Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. v. Schwartzwald, 82 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1247 (2014).


Federal Judge Holds that Taylor Swift’s Sick Beat is All Hers, American Bar Association TYL Magazine (Winter 2016)

Shane Group: The New Sixth Circuit Opinion on the Standard for Filing Under Seal that Changes Nothing, and Everything, CBA Report Feature Article (Nov. 2016)


The Music Industry vs. The Internet and Congress, American Bar Association TYL Magazine (Summer 2016)