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8044 Montgomery Rd‬‎
‪Cincinnati, OH 45236‬

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Christine M. Cooper

Cincinnati, OH

Christine has practiced for more than seven years as a business litigation attorney serving small, mid-size and large corporations and individuals. Her practice encompasses a variety of matters, such as commercial litigation, business torts, construction law, intellectual property disputes, alternative dispute resolution, landlord and tenant law, and commercial and residential real estate disputes.

Christine is experienced in all facets of e-discovery, including collection and processing documents for review, managing large scale document reviews, and preparing document retention policies.

Christine is admitted to practice in the State of Ohio, the U.S. District Courts for the Southern District of Ohio, the Northern District of Ohio, the Eastern District of Michigan, the Southern District of Indiana and the Northern District of Indiana.

Christine is also admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Christine was selected as an Ohio Super Lawyer Rising Star by Ohio Super Lawyer magazine from 2010 to 2013.

Representative Matters

Prior to joining Burton Law, Christine had a broad practice at a large national law firm.  Christine has represented financial institutions in complex commercial and residential mortgage foreclosure actions.  She has frequently procured receivers and dealt with receivership issues.  Christine has also routinely represented commercial and residential landlords in lease disputes and eviction actions.

Christine has also prosecuted and defended negligent construction and breach of contract actions for architects, contractors and sub-contractors in both the public and private sector.

Christine was responsible for managing the collection efforts of several companies and banks.  She is well versed in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Consumer Sales Practices Act.  Christine knows the ins and outs of pre-judgment attachment and the replevin process, as well as the ins and outs of executing on judgments.


Boston University School of Law, J.D., 2005, cum laude
The Ohio State University, B.S., 2002, Evolution and Ecology

Reported Cases

Boomershine v. Lifetime Capital, Inc., 182 Ohio App. 3d 495, 913 N.E. 2d 520 (2nd Dist. June 5, 2009) (recoverable costs include deposition transcripts used in successful summary judgment motion)

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Myles, 2010-Ohio-2350 (8th Dist. May 27, 2010) (order by trial court is considered valid when it has been signed by a trial judge and file-stamped by a clerk of courts)

Professional Associations

Ohio State Bar Association
Dayton Bar Association
Cincinnati Bar Association
e-Discovery Roundtable
West Chester Liberty Chamber Alliance, Business Action Committee

Community Activities

Volunteer Lawyer for the Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyer’s Project
Austin Landing Young Professionals Group, Board Member
Girls on the Run of Greater Cincinnati, Race Committee