Jessica Hill is an Associate in the firm's Covington office and a member of the Construction Service Group. She is licensed to practice in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio.
Our New Normal: Dealing with COVID-19 Concerns in the Workplace
Co-author, American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law Under Construction, Volume 22 Issue No. 1, Summer 2020
Construction Workforce & Employment Challenges
Webinar Panelist, American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law’s COVID-19 Leadership Roundtable, April 21, 2020
General Contractors: Know Your Subcontractors (and Sub-subcontractors) or Pay the Price or, in this case, the Wage, Penalties, and Other Damages
Author, American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law Under Construction, Volume 21, No. 3, March 2020
Recent Developments with ESI in the Construction Industry
Presenter, 2018 University of Kentucky Construction Law Institute, Lexington, Kentucky, October 25, 2018
Construction Contracts: Finding Common Ground in Drafting and Negotiating Design and Construction Clauses
Presenter, American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law 2016 Reginal Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, March 4, 2016
Chapter 6: Discovery by Interrogatories
So your client got an OSHA Violation . . . Now What?
Webinar Moderator, ABA Forum on Construction Law, May 21, 2015
Journey to E-Discovery World: The 6 Rings of Hell
A Trial Attorney's Perspective on Trying Undue Influence Claims
Jennings County Community Foundation, Board of Directors (2017-Current), Treasurer and Executive Committee (Current), Finance Committee (Current), Scholarship Committee (Current)
Columbus Indiana Chamber of Commerce (2017 – Present)
Center for Family Solutions, Board of Trustees (2012-2015)
Butler County United Way, Women’s Leadership Council, Chair (2012-2015)
University of Dayton School of Law, Faulty, 2013 Road to Bar Passage Program (2013)
Butler County United Way Nonprofit Board Leadership Class (2011)
Jessi is community driven and as such, serves on and is highly involved with the Board of Directors for the Jennings County Community Foundation whose focus is to improve the quality of life in Jennings County. The Foundation seeks to address community issues and to make grants in the fields of community service, social service, education, health, and the arts. Jessi has twice served as a speaker for the Jennings County Community Foundation Women's Giving Circle at the REACH program. While in Ohio, where she started her career, Jessi served as co-chair of the Butler County United Way Women's Leadership Council from 2011 through 2016, a group dedicated to investing in the children of the community. She also served on the Board of Trustees for The Center for Family Solutions from 2012 to 2015, which assisted families in responding to, treating, and preventing abuse.