Todd Wells focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and disputes in state and federal courts. His practice spans a variety of industries and sectors, including construction, energy, and technology. He has experience in every phase of a dispute, from initial pre-claim evaluation to verdicts and appeals. Todd has trial and arbitration experience in multimillion dollar matters, including serving a lead role in a three-week arbitration.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Todd worked as an energy litigator at an international law firm, where his caseload included managing a docket of cases arising from the construction of one of the largest chemical conversion facilities in the United States. These cases involved the prosecution and defense of statutory and contractual claims relating to fraud, defects, and delays. He also represented a large health care provider in the prosecution of defect claims relating to the construction of a multibillion dollar health care campus and represented numerous clients in the petrochemical, hospitality, multifamily, and health care industries in disputes arising from employment, construction, or other claims, attaining favorable resolutions prior to and during formal litigation. Todd has substantial experience in state and federal courts, handling initial pleadings, discovery matters, fact and expert depositions, and dispositive motions.
- Washington University in St. Louis (J.D. 2016; Order of Barristers; Top speaker awards at Evan A. Evans and Wiley Rutledge moot court competitions); Wichita State University (B.B.A. in Economics magna cum laude 2012)
- Missouri and Illinois