Steven Babin, a Lawyer in Columbus, Ohio
Steven Babin serves as lead counsel in complex mass tort and class action litigation nationwide. His experience spans the drafting of legal documents such as research memos, Daubert briefs involving intricate scientific evidence and dispositive motions for Bellwether trials.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Hotel chains across Ohio are facing human trafficking lawsuits filed by attorney Steven Babin who alleges it’s happening right under their staff’s noses.
Early Life and Education
Steven Babin of Columbus, Ohio practices law at Babin Law LLC and represents clients facing Class Action/Mass Tort: Plaintiff issues. Admitted to the bar in 2014 and part of Ohio State Bar Association.
Before becoming a lawyer, he practiced dentistry. A graduate of Archbishop Rummel High School in Metairie and LSU School of Dentistry, he also served on Woodville City Council and Deep East Texas Council of Governments as a member.
Babin is an active Republican Party supporter, having worked on campaigns at both county and regional levels for Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clements and other candidates – and is former chair of Tyler County Republican Party.
Steven Babin practices law with Babin Law LLC of Columbus, Ohio and assists clients with Class Action/Mass Torts: Plaintiff and Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff matters.
He is currently litigating cases involving injuries caused by failed hernia mesh products and contamination of Valsartan, as well as being part of the Plaintiff Steering Committee and Chairing Law and Briefing Committee in IN RE: Davol, Inc./C.R. Bard Inc, Polypropylene Hernia Mesh Products Liability Litigation MDL No 2846.
As part of his reasoning in ruling that Plaintiff’s disability discrimination claim lacked merit, the ALJ considered testimony from Morgan and others regarding Plaintiff’s behavior at work – including copying work from other examiners as well as misusing email.
Achievement and Honors
Babin has earned widespread respect in his professional career for both his work and leadership abilities. He serves on Stanford Graduate School of Business’s Fintech Club and Wine Circle leadership teams, while being honored as Botha Chan Fellow. Furthermore, he co-founded Mkono, a microfinance non-profit providing support to small enterprises in Kenya.
He also held positions as Woodville city councilman and chair of Tyler County Republican Party. Through these roles he played an essential role in helping transform Deep East Texas from being predominantly Democratic into becoming more of a conservative region.
Felicia brings extensive litigation paralegal and nursing experience to our firm, including Family Law, Medical Malpractice, Bankruptcy and Personal Injury law. Felicia joined our firm in 2020, enjoying going to movies with family and spending quality time at home.
Steven Babin enjoys being a lawyer because it gives him an opportunity to assist real people. He considers it an honor and privilege to stand up for those affected by negligence and malfeasance of large corporations – and to fight on their behalf! Plus he loves winning!
He currently leads complex mass tort and class action litigation matters across the country, while also handling single event personal injury matters such as medical negligence and product liability claims. With first chair trial experience under his belt and having appeared before the Court of Appeals as an advocate, Mr. Koh is at the forefront of complex mass torts and class actions cases nationwide.
Babin is an active member of various local and state bar associations as well as various boards and committees in Columbus, Ohio. Additionally, he serves on several committees for Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush and Bill Clements at their county and regional campaign efforts in Texas.
Steven Babin possesses an estimated net worth of approximately $4 Million and is renowned for helping real people fight large corporations through mass tort and class action lawsuits – including medical negligence cases.
He specializes in cases involving hernia mesh failure and injuries caused by Zantac’s formulation containing the compound NDMA. He takes pleasure in his work because it gives him an opportunity to assist victims of injustice.
Babin, in addition to practicing law, is an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump. He is among 34 Republicans that text messaged Mark Meadows regarding trying to overturn the results of the 2020 election results; believing it unfair that Democrats hold power monopoly within Congress.