Tina is an associate with Nixon Peabody’s Complex Commercial Disputes practice group. She represents individuals and corporations in a wide variety of matters.
I focus my practice on commercial disputes in both state and federal courts, representing clients in a diverse range of industries. I am heavily involved throughout the process of each matter, from pre-trial motions and discovery to trial and appeals.
I have been following developments in the way electronically stored information (ESI) can impact a case. More frequently we are finding ways to use ESI beyond its face-value content, which has completely changed how we approach the discovery process. It is important to keep up with the developments and learn how to utilize ESI to our advantage by allowing it to paint a more complete picture and help us solve complex puzzles.
The American Lawyer | December 04, 2020
This week’s “Litigators of the Week“ column by American Lawyer includes the dismissal for outsourcing facility Leiters, Inc. in a multiple-state dispute. Leiters was represented by Chicago partners Ethan Trull, John Ruskusky, and Lisa Sullivan, and associates Bill Kirby and Tina Jonsson; and San Francisco partner Bruce Copeland and counsel Lauren Michals—all in the Complex Commercial Disputes group.
Law360 | September 02, 2020
Chicago Complex Commercial Disputes partners John Ruskusky and Lisa Sullivan were mentioned in this article for representing Shareholder Representative Services LLC in a post-merger suit accusing the food and drug chain of breaches of contract, fraudulent inducement and breaches of good faith covenants. Complex Commercial Disputes counsel Tracey Scarpello in Buffalo and associate Tina Jonsson in Chicago were also part of the litigation team.