Jared A. Harts, Attorney
Jared Harts was born in Kokomo, Indiana in September 1979. He graduated from Maconaquah High School in Miami County Indiana in 1998. He is a 2002 graduate of Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan where he earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Mr. Harts attended Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2005. He was a member of the Indiana Law Review and received the T.M. Englehart, Jr. Memorial Fellowship and the Francis J. Feeney Jr. Tax Award.
In 2005, following his admission to the Indiana bar, Mr. Harts joined one of Indiana's premier law firms, Locke Reynolds LLP (now a part of Frost Brown Todd LLC), as a member of the product liability practice group. Mr. Harts spent the next five years representing large manufacturing clients in many different jurisdictions around the United States. In 2010, Mr. Harts decided to return home to join The Golitko Legal Group.
Mr. Harts is licensed to practice in Indiana and regularly appears in Indiana State and Federal Courts as well as before the Indiana Workers' Compensation Board.
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