Lauren Epperley is a litigation attorney adept at dealing with a vast array of cases. She handles lawsuits ranging from the defense of ordinary automobile accidents to defending local school districts. She has been involved in numerous cases involving political subdivision immunity. Lauren was first named an Ohio Rising Star Super Lawyer by Law & Politics magazine in 2014, and has been names a Rising Star each year since. The award is peer nominated, and only 2.5% of lawyers in the State of Ohio are named.
Prior to joining Subashi and Wildermuth, Lauren clerked for Judge Dennis J. Langer of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas. Lauren is also proud to have served as an intern for the Ohio State University Football Team during their 2002 National Championship season.
Lauren is a native of Dayton, Ohio, although she graduated high school in Lewisville Texas. She currently resides in Englewood, Ohio.
- J.D., University of Dayton School of Law, cum laude (2007) Law Review
- B.A., The Ohio State University, summa cum laude (2004) Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society
- Supreme Court of Massachusetts
- Supreme Court of Ohio
- United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
- United States District Court Southern District of Ohio
- Ohio State Bar Association
- Dayton Bar Association
– Participant in Leadership Development Program, 2010-2011
– Member of Civil Trial Practice Committee, 2011
- Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys
– Member of Governmental Liability Committee, 2010-present
– Member of Young Lawyers Committee, 2012-present
- Defense Research Institute
- Carl D. Kessler Inn of Court
– Team Captain, 2011-2012, 2012-2013
Primary Practice Areas
- Education Law
- Employment & Labor
- Municipal and Police Liability
Insurance – Personal Injury
- William Blair v. McDonald’s Corporation, Montgomery County Case No. 2009-CV-10353. Summary judgment in a slip and fall case.
Employment and Labor
- Volunteer Lawyer Project, Unemployment Compensation Review Commission, Obtained reversal of Ohio Department of Job and Family Services’ decision of no benefits.