Andrew Lehmkuhl


Drew focuses his practice on product liability litigation and the defense of pharmaceutical, biologic, medical device, dietary supplement, and mass and toxic tort claims. He has experience with various aspects of the litigation process, including discovery, motion practice, and trial preparation. He represents a diverse array of clients in multidistrict, coordinated, and consolidated proceedings, as well as putative class actions and “one-off” product liability suits. Drew’s unique background – having received a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience and a master’s degree in experimental psychology – allows him to understand complex medical issues and the science behind his clients’ work.

Education & Admissions


  • University of Cincinnati

    (B.S., 2013; M.A., 2016)

  • University of Cincinnati College of Law

    (J.D., 2019)

    University of Cincinnati Law Review, Editor-in-Chief


  • State of Ohio


  • Handles all aspects of state and federal civil litigation, including pleadings and motion practice, pretrial discovery, and trial preparation.
  • Effectively and efficiently handles discovery, including the management of large-scale electronic discovery in product liability matters.
  • Performs legal research and drafts memoranda on a wide variety of legal topics, including the analysis of complex medical literature.
  • Experience providing consultation in traumatic brain injury and other complex injury cases, analyzing medical records and other discovery materials to provide evaluations of injuries and opinions on case strategy.
  • Previously served as a Judicial Extern to Judge Lisa Allen of the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas.
  • Previously worked as a Graduate Research Assistant for the University of Cincinnati in the areas of neuroethology and neurogenerative diseases, and for the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in the area of human genetics.

Publications & Presentations


  • “The aftermath of Matal v. Tam: Unanswered questions and early applications,” 87 U. Cin. L. Rev. 871 (2019)
  • “Diffusion tensor imaging: Failing Daubert and Fed. R. Evid. in traumatic brain injury litigation,” 87 U. Cin. L. Rev. 279 (2018)