Travis W. Cohron practices almost exclusively in the area of civil litigation. This includes claims brought under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, and the Truth In Lending Act. Mr. Cohron has also successfully litigated notable qui tam cases brought under State and Federal False Claims Acts; collective actions brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act; employee civil rights claims brought under §1983; negligence actions involving catastrophic injuries; and matters involving the investigative function of the National Football League and Major League Baseball. Mr. Cohron also devotes a portion of his practice to advising small business owners involved in partnership/shareholder disputes.
Travis grew up in Lawrence, Indiana, and later graduated from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business (Bloomington, Indiana). In the interim, he spent time working for his family’s housing and finance businesses – now spanning three generations, studying abroad at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, and clerking for the Marion County Circuit Court – Lawrence Division. During Law School, he worked as a Summer Associate here at Clark, Quinn, Moses, Scott & Grahn, LLP. Previous to his return, he worked at Campbell Kyle & Proffitt in Carmel, Ind. until its dissolution in 2017 – shortly after celebrating its 100th anniversary. Travis has served as Judge Pro Tem in both Marion and Hamilton County. He is also a member of the Indiana State Bar Association, The Nature Conservancy, Taxpayers Against Fraud (“TAF”), NACA, and serves on the Board of Directors for The Oak Heritage Conservancy.