Meredith Thornburgh White represents business and governmental entities in an array of civil disputes in virtually all stages of the judicial process. A team player at the core, Meredith is dedicated to providing the guidance, leadership and organizational skills needed to manage even the most complex, large-scale litigation with the objective of conserving client time and resources.
Meredith’s practice focuses on commercial contract disputes and product liability defense. She has also prosecuted numerous claims for mortgage lending and underwriting clients related to mortgage broker and title company fraud, as well as borrower defaults and foreclosures.
Meredith has managed complex electronic discovery processes, litigated discovery disputes, prepared and examined expert witnesses, as well as successfully briefed expert witness disputes. In addition, she has briefed pretrial exclusionary issues, helping clients secure rulings, and has tried and argued several cases.
Meredith has broad experience in numerous jurisdictions and forums, having prosecuted and defended claims at trial and on appeal, including cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, the Indiana Court of Appeals, and the Indiana Supreme Court.
Moreover, Meredith offers experience in advising corporate clients on best practices in data management and litigation preparedness. Notably, she writes and presents regularly on data management and electronic discovery topics.
With a commitment to providing practical solutions to difficult disputes, Meredith works with her clients to understand the public relations impact and financial investment requirements that litigation will have on their organization, as well as to determine what course of action will best meet their needs. Valued by those she serves for her considerate advice and concise communication skills, Meredith thrives under the intellectual challenge of problem-solving and learning about each client’s business operations and the products and services they provide.
As an undergraduate, she was a scholarship athlete on the Notre Dame women's rowing team, earning three monogram letters. She was born, raised and currently lives in Indianapolis with her family, including two daughters.
Professional and Community Involvement
Graduate, Indianapolis Bar Association Bar Leader Series
Trustee, The Orchard School
Member, Notre Dame Monogram Club
Pro bono representation, including immigration, contract and family law disputes
Recruiter and summer associate mentor, Barnes & Thornburg
Knute Rockne Student Athlete Award