For more than 20 years, Kasey Bond has been helping business clients protect and grow their organizations through the effective application of labor and employment laws. She brings extensive experience to bear for her clients, including serving as lead counsel in numerous trials in both state and federal court. In addition to trial experience, Kasey has experience arbitrating grievances for unionized employers; representing employers in unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board; counseling employers regarding various union issues, including organizing campaigns and union avoidance; representing employers in litigation involving claims under Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FLSA, FCRA, and FMLA; representing employers in proceedings before the EEOC; and counseling clients regarding miscellaneous employment issues, including wage-hour, family and medical leave, discipline and termination issues. Kasey also regularly counsels clients in litigation avoidance and dispute resolution techniques.

Representative Work

Weckel v. Cole and Russell Architects (Ham. Cty. 2016) - Lead counsel in successful defense of trial seeking to enforce contract.

Evans v. UPS (S.D. Ohio 2012) - Lead counsel in successful defense of jury trial of FMLA retaliation case.

Weckel v. Cole and Russell Architects (Ham. Cty. 2011) - Lead counsel in successful defense of jury trial involving claims for wrongful discharge in violation of public policy.

Watts v. UPS (S.D. Ohio 2011) - Lead counsel in successful defense of jury trial involving disability discrimination claim.

Meyer v. UPS (Ham. Cty. 2010) - Lead counsel in successful defense of bench trial involving workers’ compensation retaliation claim.

Watts v. United Parcel Service, Inc. (S.D. Ohio 2008) - Lead counsel in successful defense of jury trial including claims for gender discrimination and retaliation.

Meyer v. United Parcel Service, Inc. (Oh. Sup. Ct.; 1st Dist. Ct. App. 2009) - Lead counsel in appeal that limited the scope of age discrimination claims under Ohio law.

Shaffer v. The Stoner-Brater Ins. Agency (Ham. Cty. 2006) - Lead counsel in successful defense of jury trial including claims for sexual harassment and assault and battery.

Bickers v. Western-Southern Life Insurance Co. (Oh. Sup. Ct. 2007) - Reversing prior decision that expanded wrongful discharge claims.

Professional and Community Involvement

American Bar Association

Ohio State Bar Association

Cincinnati Bar Association

Kentucky Bar Association

Texas State Bar Association

United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Board and Executive Committee Member

Northern Kentucky United Way Action Council, Chairperson

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati, Past Board Member

Redwood Express, Board Member

Awards & Recognition

Listed in The Best Lawyers in America, 2016-2024

Named to Ohio Leading Lawyers, 2024

Named to Ohio Super Lawyers, 2017-2023

Named to Ohio Rising Stars, 2007, 2009

Received Next Generation Leader Award, Legal Services, LEGACY, 2011

Leadership Northern Kentucky Class of 2012, Vice President

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J.D., Vanderbilt Law School, 1998, Dean's List, Corpus Juris Secundum awards in Labor Relations and Federal Courts

B.A., University of Kentucky, Political Science and Spanish, 1995, summa cum laude, Departmental Honors in Political Science, National Merit Scholarship


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