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We serve Ohio & Kentucky for all types of cases. We practice vaccine law nationwide.

About Barbara Bonar

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Barbara Bonar has more than 35 years' tenure as a licensed attorney and nationally recognized in all issues regarding employee/employer relations, including whistleblower claims, workplace standards, executive contracts, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, conflict resolution, wage and hour laws, employee benefits, and personnel policies & procedures.

 

Barbara has been consistently rated by her peers with a Martindale-Hubbell “AV Preeminent” rating, the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards.

 

For her accomplishments as a civil trial lawyer, especially in obtaining substantial jury awards for her clients in litigating whistleblower, sexual harassment and discrimination claims, Barbara Bonar is a tenured national speaker on trial techniques in workplace litigation.

 

Barbara was founder and President of the Kentucky Employment Lawyers Association and has been active in several national organizations that advocate for employees on the workplace, including the National Employment Lawyers Association, Taxpayers Against Fraud, the National Whistleblower Defense Fund, and other local and state Bar Employment Law Sections. Barbara speaks regionally to Bar Association groups and Chamber of Commerce organizations on a broad spectrum of workplace issues and personnel topics.

 

A certified mediator and arbitrator, Bonar has served on extensive local and regionally-recognized mediation and arbitration panels throughout the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati area, including twenty-five years on the American Arbitration Association (AAA) panel.

 

Barbara served six years as the elected Governor to the Kentucky Bar Association Board, which is integrated with the Kentucky Supreme Court's Discipline Process. She subsequently served as Vice President, President-Elect, and ultimately President of the Kentucky Bar Association. While President of the Kentucky Bar, Barbara initiated and acted as Chair of the Commonwealth's first “Rule of Law Symposium” in 2008.

 

Barbara has both her Urban Planning degree (1975), and her Juris Doctorate (1984) from the University of Kentucky. After clerking for Chief Justice Robert F. Stephens of the Kentucky Supreme Court, she began her employment law experience as corporate counsel for two separate insurance companies. She has also served as an adjunct professor in legal writing at Salmon P. Chase College of Law (1987 - 1992).

 

Barbara Bonar's Bar Admissions include: Commonwealth of Kentucky (1984), State of Ohio (1990), Supreme Court of the United States (2003), United States District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky, Southern District of Ohio, and the Court of Federal Claims (Washington, DC). Barbara is a current member of the Northern Kentucky Bar Association, and served for several years on the Board of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys (Now Kentucky Justice Association) and on many Committees and Sections of the Cincinnati Bar Association, and the American Trial Lawyers Association. She has served as a Barrister with the Salmon P. Chase Inn of Court, on the Kentucky Governor's Commission on Small Business Advocacy, on several business committees for the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, and on the Board of the Northern Kentucky Lawyers for the Poor for four years.

 

Bonar's practice concentrates on the following litigation and specialty areas:

Employment Law (all areas of expertise including sexual harassment, whistleblower, and wrongful termination)

Personal Injury

Vaccine Injury Claims

Domestic Relations

Mediation & Arbitration Representation

 

Barbara was selected Northern Kentucky's “Outstanding Woman of Northern Kentucky” in 2001, and has received many other honors for her community and charitable endeavors, including her service to the local Autism Support community.

 

Throughout the years, Barbara Bonar has also contributed to her local community as well as the legal community and general public.   She is known for her many publications and speaker presentations, on workplace issues in the law: She has also been on many Boards and involved in community activities and Councils.  She currently serves on the Panorama Board and is active in the Covington Rotary, where she gives generously of her time and resources.

 

She resides in Northern Kentucky with her husband John Bonar and two children, Alex and Ian.

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Harassment & Discrimination

Our sexual harassment attorneys have significant experience and success in litigating federal and state employment claims in both Kentucky and Ohio, including claims of discrimination and harassment due to gender, race, age, religion, and national origin.

 

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Whistleblower Claims

Whether false allegations claimed against you or your due diligence in reporting law-breaking events in the workplace and other arenas, you can rest knowing you are protected by state & federal laws. Exposing the truth holds others and organizations accountable for actions against you including retaliation, cover-ups and intimidation.

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Civil Rights & Personal Injury

Our attorneys also have experience representing 
victims in all types of personal injury cases. Whether injured in a Truck or auto accident, slip-and-fall, hazing, bullying, school harassment, sexual abuse, defamation, invasion of privacy, or another tortious injury or unexpected incident, our attorneys provide compassionate and effective legal representation to ensure that our clients are fairly and adequately compensated.

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Vaccine Injuries

Only a select few Kentucky licensed attorneys are admitted to practice in the United States Court of Federal Claims.  Barbara Bonaris one of these few. Our firm has successfully pursued claims in the Court of Federal Claims since 2003. 

The Court of Federal Claims primarily hears monetary claims founded on the U.S. Constitution, federal statutes, executive regulations, or contracts with the United States. This includes equitable jurisdiction in vaccine compensation matters.

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