Jeremy Tor is an Associate at Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP in Cleveland, Ohio. Prior to joining Spangenberg, Jeremy served for two years as a law clerk to the Honorable Dan Aaron Polster (N.D. Ohio), who presided over the Gadolinium Contrast Dyes Products Liability Litigation. Jeremy received his law degree in 2011 from the University of Virginia. Upon graduation, he was awarded the Eppa Hunton IV Memorial Book Award, which is given by the faculty to one graduating student “who has demonstrated unusual aptitude in litigation courses and shown a keen awareness and understanding of the lawyer’s ethical and professional responsibility.”
Before law school, Jeremy was a Teach For America corps member in Baltimore, where he taught Spanish to high school students at a public school in west Baltimore and earned a Master’s in teaching from Johns Hopkins University. Jeremy went to college on a full-ride at the University of Arizona, obtaining a dual Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Spanish, graduating with Honors, summa cum laude, and receiving the Outstanding Senior Award as the top Political Science graduate. Jeremy was President and Captain of his college mock trial team, participating in numerous tournaments across the country and earning nearly a dozen Outstanding Attorney awards.
Jeremy is actively involved in the Benicar MDL. He serves on the Plaintiffs’ Law and Briefing Committee and works closely with Pete Weinberger, Spangenberg’s Managing Partner and a member of the Plaintiff’s Executive Committee.