About Timothy E. Eble
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Timothy E. Eble, is an attorney licensed in Ohio, Kentucky and South Carolina.He graduated from Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 1981. His practice includes mass torts, product liability, complex and class action litigation. He has been involved in class action litigation including consumer fraud, pesticides, carcinogens in the workplace, insurance, mass torts, drugs, deceptive trade practices, violations of the WARN Act, and environmental pollution.
He also serves as a consultant to other lawyers in various class actions and on the law of attorney fee awards in such cases. His trial experience includes trying cases to verdict in the state or federal courts of Illinois, North Dakota, Washington, Colorado, Florida, Texas, Alabama, Indiana, and Ohio. He lectures regularly on class action issues at continuing legal education seminars. He has also served as a guest lecturer at law schools on the topic of class action litigation.
He is a contributing author to Conte, Newberg on Class Actions, Third, and has published in the field of federal practice and procedure, mass torts, and class action litigation. He is also a contributing author to Consumer Class Actions published by the National Consumer Law Center. The Federal Class Action Practice Manual - Internet Edition on this site was authored by and is maintained by Mr. Eble.
He may be contacted at:
Timothy E. Eble, P.A.
P.O. Box 2313
Mount Pleasant, SC 29465
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