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Traci L. Lovitt

Traci Lovitt is accomplished in analyzing, briefing, and arguing complex legal questions across a wide range of subject matters in every facet of litigation. She has argued before the U.S. Supreme Court and authored briefs raising significant issues for every level of the federal and state judiciaries.

Traci led the Jones Day team representing ExxonMobil in its appeal of the first MTBE case tried in the federal MDL proceeding. She is also part of the team representing IBM in the litigation concerning its Endicott facility, and she led the motions team for Yamaha Motor Company in the nationwide litigation involving the Rhino, coordinating motions practice in those cases. Traci was a member of the brief writing team that successfully represented Sherwin-Williams in the landmark public nuisance action before the Rhode Island Supreme Court. She also served as primary brief writer in The Sherwin-Williams Company v. Holmes County, a novel and successful declaratory action against Mississippi counties. [1]