Hannah E Caldwell
Hannah is an associate in the firm’s Labor & Employment group.
While attending law school, Hannah served as an Honors Writing Fellow, which involved mentoring first-year law students in fundamental legal writing. Hannah also served as solicitor on the Student Bar Association’s Executive Board. In her third year, Hannah served as an extern at the EEOC in Washington D.C. where she instructed and assisted members of the public to file charges of discrimination and worked with trial attorneys to determine the litigation worthiness of such charges.
Hannah was a summer associate with Thompson Hine in 2018. Before joining the firm, Hannah studied at Ohio University where she was a co-captain of the school’s inaugural mock trial team.
- "Updates on FY 2022 H-1B Registration, the Selection Process and Required Wages," Thompson Hine Immigration Update, February 2021
- “OSHA Issues Updated COVID-19 Guidance,” Thompson Hine COVID-19 Update, February 2021
- “New Rule Could Bring Substantial Changes to H-1B Program,” Thompson Hine Immigration Update, January 2021
- “Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021: Implications for Business,” Thompson Hine COVID-19 Update, December 30, 2020
- “COVID-19 Relief Bill – The Impact on Employers and Employees,” Thompson Hine COVID-19 Update, December 2020
- “Murphy’s Law – Literally,” Thompson Hine COVID-19 Update, October 2020
- "Complying With NJ's New Workplace Virus Safety Protocols," Law360, November 3, 2020
- Thompson Hine Trade Secret Quarterly, Fall 2020
- “Best Practices for Critical Workers Traveling to and from “Hot Spot” States,” Thompson Hine COVID-19 Update, July 16, 2020
- Co-Author, “How to Explain Causation Theories to the Court,” For the Defense, DRI Toxic Tort and Environmental Law, June 2020
- Honors Writing Fellow, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 2017-2018
- Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
- Ohio State Bar Association
- Federal Bar Association
- Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association 3Rs program, volunteer
- Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, volunteer
November 03, 2020
How to Explain Causation Theories to the CourtFor the Defense
June 16, 2020