Erin Sindberg Porter helps clients achieve results through innovative strategy and practical advice grounded in a deep understanding of each client's unique circumstance and objectives. She represents clients in civil litigation, investigations, and regulatory and compliance matters.
Erin guides clients through all stages of regulatory and compliance matters from responding to government subpoenas to conducting internal investigations. Erin represents businesses, health care providers, pharmaceutical and device manufacturers, and health insurers, prosecuting and defending allegations of fraud, false claims, and other business-related wrongdoing. She has experience in multidistrict litigation, class actions, and consolidated proceedings.
Erin's sound judgment and unwavering commitment to solving problems makes her effective at all stages of litigation, from prelitigation negotiations or counseling to post-trial appeals. Clients appreciate her ability to build trust and relationships and rely upon her to provide timely, business-sensitive advice. A skilled orator, Erin's excellent communication skills make her effective in courtrooms and in boardrooms.
Erin maintains a robust pro bono practice, representing youth in foster care through the Children's Law Center of Minnesota, where she serves on the board of directors, and low-income Minnesotans seeking to enforce their legal rights through the Volunteer Lawyers Network.
The following represents experience acquired prior to joining Jones Day.
Represented large international corporation in multiple lawsuits throughout the United States, including multidistrict litigation and class action litigation, and involving significant commercial torts.
Obtained summary judgment in favor of sole proprietor facing 11 causes of action.
Defended numerous mortgage originators against repurchase and indemnification claims against purchaser and securitizer of mortgages in consolidated action.
Represented numerous companies in state regulatory proceedings brought by the Minnesota Department of Human Resources, Minnesota Department of Commerce, and Minnesota Attorney General.
Represented victim in federal prosecution involving multimillion dollar embezzlement scheme and obtained complete summary judgment in related civil lawsuit.
Represented corporate executives charged with insurance fraud and bank fraud.
Represented financial services executive in securities fraud litigation.
- William Mitchell College of Law (J.D. cum laude 2007); Macalester College (B.A. 2000)
- Minnesota and U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota
Honored as a 2019 Attorney of the Year, Minnesota Lawyer
Recognized as an Up & Coming Attorney, Minnesota Lawyer (2017)
Minnesota Super Lawyers: selected to Top Women Lawyers in Minnesota (2017-2018) and to Rising Stars (2011-2017)
Recognized as a North Star Lawyer for pro bono service by the Minnesota State Bar Association (2012-2015)
- Law Clerk to Judge Kevin G. Ross, Minnesota Court of Appeals (2007-2008)