Contributor to the Squire Sanders Sixth Circuit Appellate Blog, which discusses news and opinions from the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
Selected by peers as a rising star, the top 2.5 percent of lawyers age 40 or less, or in practice 10 years or less, and listed in the 2013 edition of Ohio Super Lawyers – Rising Stars.
Colter Paulson focuses his practice on litigation, particularly appellate litigation. He has litigated matters in the manufacturing, finance, design, healthcare and high-tech industries including employment cases. Colter also has experience in copyright and patent litigation, both at trial level and on appeal to the Federal Circuit. As an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, Colter teaches the Sixth Circuit Clinic.
In addition, Colter has significant international experience in cross-border litigation on behalf of clients in China, Korea, Russia, Brazil and Costa Rica.
Colter is co-author of “The Supreme Court Signals the End of Class Arbitration And, Perhaps, Breathes New Life Into Class Action Waivers,” published by the BNA Class Action Litigation Report
and author of “Compliance with Final Judgments of the International Court of Justice Since 1987,” published in the American Journal of International Law
in 2004. He is recognized as a Rising Star in Ohio Super Lawyers
, naming him one of the top 2.5 percent of Ohio lawyers age 40 or under or in practice for 10 years or less.
Prior to joining Squire Sanders, Colter was a law clerk to The Honorable Max Rosenn of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He is the chair of the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Court of Appeals Committee.
Obtaining vacatur of an international anti-suit injunction by the Eleventh Circuit that had prevented a Costa Rica-based client from proceeding with litigation in Costa Rica.
Achieving reversal by the First Circuit of a trial court’s refusal to require the parties to arbitrate in China, where the plaintiff sued a US subsidiary based on the parent company's actions in China.
In a pro bono case before the Sixth Circuit, successfully reversing the dismissal of a petition for habeas corpus regarding the Double Jeopardy Clause.
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