- Capital University Law School, J.D., 1992
Capital University Law Review, Notes Editor, 1991-1992
- West Virginia University, B.A., 1989
Bar & Court Admissions
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
- Admitted to practice law only in the states listed above.
Corrine is a senior attorney in the Vorys Columbus office and a member of the litigation group. She represents Fortune 500 retail, grocery, and manufacturing companies in employment-related litigation, including workers' compensation, wrongful termination, and intentional tort actions.
Career highlights include:
- Extensive experience defending companies in litigation matters involving workers' compensation, unemployment, intentional tort, personal injury, and safety violation claims
- Representing closely held family corporations, Fortune 500 national retail stores, grocery companies, and manufacturers in court and before the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and Industrial Commission
- Defending charges filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC)
- Assisting clients in the development and implementation of return to work programs and continuing education of employees with respect to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and workers' compensation issues
- Defending Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) whistleblower actions
Corrine has been a frequent speaker at seminars related to Ohio workers' compensation and the interplay between compensation, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Family Medical Leave Act.
Corrine received her J.D. from Capital University Law School where she was on the Moot Court Board and was the notes editor for the Capital University Law Review. She received her B.A. from West Virginia University.
- 10/18/2018Vorys attorney Corinne Carman presented at the Central Ohio Self-Insurers Association monthly meeting on October 18, 2018.
- 9/7/2018On September 7, 2018, Vorys hosted the annual Workers’ Compensation Client Briefing in Columbus, Ohio.
- 9/9/2016Vorys attorneys Dan Balmert, Corrine Carman, Margaret Everett, Scott Jamieson, Andrew Kaplan, Ted Mattis, Buz Minor, Brad Sinnott, Carl Smallwood, Elizabeth Smith, Ken Stump, Jerry Webbs and Rosemary Welsh were speakers at the annual Vorys Workers' Compensation Annual Client Briefing on September 9, 2016.
- 9/21/2012Several Vorys attorneys presented at the invitation-only Best Practices in Ohio Workers' Compensation Client Briefing on September 21.
- 6/19/2020Sweeping changes to the Ohio Workers’ Compensation Act were made when Am. Sub. H.B. 81 was signed into law by Governor Mike DeWine on June 16, 2020.
- 6/8/2020Pending Ohio Legislation Provides Immunity from COVID-19 Claims and Presumptions of Employee Injury from COVID-19As businesses in Ohio reopen and employees return to work, employers are concerned about potential liability if their employees or customers contract COVID-19 in their workplace or business. Two bills pending in the Ohio General Assembly are meant to address – and limit – that potential liability.
- 3/25/2020This alert provides some information related to workers' compensation issues in Ohio amid the COVID-9 pandemic.
- 12/7/2012Labor and Employment Alert: Ohio Supreme Court Decides Intentional Tort Cases In Favor of Ohio EmployersThe employer, an electrical utility construction contractor, assigned its apprentice lineman (employee) to work at a site replacing old electrical power lines along Route 60 in New London, Ohio. The employer held a daily job-briefing in which it instructed workers that they were required to use protective rubber gloves and sleeves, (protective equipment) in case power lines became energized.
- 7/25/2012Labor and Employment Alert: Ohio Industrial Commission Issues Policy Changing Hearing Continuance ProcessOn Tuesday, July 10, 2012, the chairman of the Ohio Industrial Commission issued a notice of changes being implemented in the policy regarding hearing continuances and hearing procedures via the publication of a temporary IC Resolution, effective from July 11, 2012 through September 8, 2012.
- 5/2/2011Labor and Employment Alert: Supplemental e-Alert Regarding GINA: How Employers Can Protect Themselves Regarding Workers' Compensation Requests for Medical InformationThe impact of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act ("GINA") of 2008 upon workers’ compensation requests for medical information is not entirely clear from the regulations in Title II and the explanatory notes in the Preamble to the regulations