Heather L. Kramer’s trial and litigation experience has been diverse and extensive. Throughout her career, she has represented businesses and individuals in disputes arising from fraud, breach of contract, personal injury, premises liability, consumer statutory violations (i.e., FDCPA, TCPA, etc.), theft of trade secrets, trademark infringement, fraudulent conveyances, copyright infringement, breaches of fiduciary duty, and product liability. She has defended individuals and businesses, directly or through retention by an insurance carrier, in a variety of personal injury litigation. Another area of Ms. Kramer’s practice is handling complex individual and class action litigation in the area of consumer financial services and fair debt collection practices. She has tried cases before both juries and judges involving fraud, trademark infringement, covenants not to compete, and breaches of all types of commercial contracts. In addition to her trial experience, Ms. Kramer has successfully resolved matters through settlement or during the summary judgment or motion to dismiss stages.
Prior to joining Dykema, Ms. Kramer served as a clerk to the Honorable Steven M. Colloton of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.
Ms. Kramer is also active in the Firm. She serves as a member of the Firm’s pro bono and litigation training committees, the Co-Chair of the Women’s Business Initiative, and is the coordinator for the paralegals in the Chicago office.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Heather L. Kramer