Timothy L. Karns Joins Frost Brown Todd

August 10, 2011

Frost Brown Todd LLC is pleased to announce Timothy L. Karns has joined the firm as an associate in the Indianapolis office.  Mr. Karns will practice in the Product Liability practice group, concentrating in product liability litigation, premises liability litigation, and general tort litigation.

Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, Mr. Karns was an associate at Parr Richey Obremskey Frandsen & Patterson LLP. Since being admitted to the Indiana Bar, the majority of Mr. Karns’ practice has been devoted to civil litigation. He has significant experience in every facet of the litigation process and has spent numerous hours honing his trial skills before a variety of state and federal tribunals.  He is also the Director of the Boone County Chamber of Commerce and the Circle Pines Cooperative Association, Inc. 

Mr. Karns earned his law degree from the Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis in 2007. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Purdue University in 2004.

Frost Brown Todd’s Product Liability practice group has represented clients in product liability matters in all 50 states and Puerto Rico, and has tried more than 300 jury cases to verdict. Whether acting as national trial counsel or local counsel, the firm’s product liability expertise has been invaluable to the successful defense ofclients’ products and brands. The group’s attorneys also have significant experience defending results on appeal.  The group’s top priority is to protect the integrity ofclients’ products and reputations.  In 2010, Frost Brown Todd was named one of six “standout law firms in product liability” by Law360 based upon a survey of 240 corporate counsel conducted by the BTI Consulting Group.  According to the report, “These firms have positioned themselves with the world’s most demanding clients as the ones corporate counsel would most like to have by their side in head-to-head competition.  In essence, they are the best players in the game.”

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