Todd V. McMurtry represents individuals and businesses in complex litigation involving business disputes, land use, real estate, construction, and personal injury in Ohio and Kentucky courts. He is also available to mediate commercial disputes.
In addition to his work as a civil trial attorney and mediator, Todd was a staff executive for a non-profit corporation. He spent two years after law school in Washington, DC working for the Republican National Finance Committee where he advised the committee on election law compliance and performed political fundraising activities.
Todd has represented a number of the area’s most significant business concerns in a variety of high-stakes disputes:
Mr. McMurtry is an active member of the community. He currently serves as a member of the Fort Wright, Kentucky City Council. He is the Secretary and Board Member for the Covington Latin School Board of Education. He has held volunteer board positions, including serving as the Board Chairman of Cardinal Hill Hospital of Northern Kentucky, member of the Covington Latin High School Alumni Board, its Annual Campaign Chairman, and Finance Chair of the Kenton County Republican Party. He resides in Fort Wright with his wife and three children.
American Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association
Cincinnati Bar Association
Northern Kentucky Bar AssociationPotter Stewart Inn of Court
Harvard Mediation Institute (2010)
J.D., Salmon P. Chase College of Law (1987)
B.A., Centre College, Danville, Kentucky (1984)Covington Latin School (1979)
Co-author, Vols. 6 and 7, Kentucky Practice, Rules of Civil Procedure Annotated, 6th Ed. (Thomson/West 2005).
Co-author with David Kramer of the Civil Litigation Blog at http://civilprocedure.dbllaw.com/.
The Implications of Schlagel vs. Berling Construction Company for Consumers and Home Builders, Lex Loci (1997)
VSSRs In the Construction Workplace, The Cincinnati Constructor (1998)Is Home Construction a Consumer Transaction under Kentucky's Consumer Protection Act, Northern Kentucky Law Review 309 (1997)
Managing Construction Projects, Lorman Educational Services (2007 and 2008)
E-Discovery Issues in Construction, Barnes Dennig & Co. (2007)
Detecting and Preventing Corporate Fraud and Theft (2003)
Effective Business Writing in the Context of Litigation (2002)Avoiding the Catastrophic Lawsuit, Fraternal Law Conference (2001)