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Johanna Spellman represents clients in multi-plaintiff and class action litigation as well as in complex commercial litigation.
Ms. Spellman represents clients on high-profile matters in state and federal court, including:
- Class actions
- Mass torts
- Commercial litigation
She regularly serves clients in the retail and consumer products sector, and has litigated putative class action claims related to:
- Toxic torts
- Product liability
- Complex commercial matters
Ms. Spellman has experience in all aspects of complex cases, including fact and expert discovery, motions practice (including dispositive motions), and trial. She particularly excels in early case strategy and written advocacy.
She also maintains an active pro bono practice, handling asylum, custody, education, and police misconduct related matters.
Ms. Spellman clerked for Judge Richard D. Cudahy of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. While attending Yale Law School, she was a member of the Yale Law Journal and an executive editor of the Yale Journal on Regulation.