Justin is an experienced trial lawyer who focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation matters, oil and gas, products liability, real estate, medical malpractice, government/public entity, and retail, hospitality & entertainment.  Justin has tried dozens of cases throughout Ohio in both state and federal courts.

After practicing more than a decade with Reminger, Justin spent two years as the Law Director for the City of Sandusky, where he coordinated and managed litigation involving the municipality, and provided counsel on issues including real estate, tax, employment, public utility, zoning, and comprehensive economic development and strategic planning. 

Justin returned to Reminger, armed with additional experience as a municipal law director, in order to provide both courtroom representation and legal consultation to his clients including small businesses, publicly traded corporations, and municipal corporations. He currently serves as National Coordinating Counsel for Cedar Fair, L.P.

Justin is a member of various professional associations.  Justin is a board member of the Erie County Metro Housing Board, the Erie County Public Defender Board, and the Wightman-Wieber Foundation.

Justin also serves as an adjunct professor for Bowling Green State University in the legal studies department. 

Honors & Recognitions

Recognized as a Rising Star by Ohio Super Lawyers Magazine

Justin D. Harris
Rated by Super Lawyers

Community & Professional

Erie County Bar Association

Ohio State Bar Association

American Bar Association



Speaking Engagements

  • Anatomy of a Lawsuit and Governmental Immunity
    Sandusky, OH, Dec 20, 2018




J.D., The Ohio State University College of Law, 2004
-The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Member

B.A., Bowling Green State University, 2001

Assoc. in Respiratory Care, Bowling Green State University, 2000


  • State of Ohio, 2004
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio, 2005
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio, 2007
  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Ohio, 2009
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