Who We Are
With offices in Dayton and Cincinnati, our attorneys are situated to handle cases throughout the State of Ohio. We are admitted to practice in all of Ohio’s State Courts and Federal Courts. In addition, we have attorneys licensed to practice in the States of Kentucky and New York. We are also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan.
When it comes to our consumer litigation practice, we have established a network of local counsel that we utilize in cases from New York to California. This means that no matter where a consumer law case has been filed against you in the United States, we are able to provide you with excellent counsel and superior representation.
QUALITY LEGAL SERVICES WITH A CLIENT FOCUS
Whether it’s a class action, complex civil litigation, an administrative appeal, or the drafting of policies and procedures, our attorneys and staff handle all matters in a timely and efficient manner. Your time and resources are precious and we do all we can to ensure that they are used appropriately and as cost-effectively as possible.
Core Areas of Practice
With years of experience to rely upon, we are prepared to handle a wide range of areas in the realm of civil litigation. Below are links for four of our major practice groups. However, please see our extensive list of practice areas to review our full capabilities.
Why we care
We understand that navigating the legal system can be confusing and stressful. This is why we strive to ensure our clients are well informed about the nature of their case and the possible outcomes. We make it a point to promptly respond to client concerns so that you feel confident your case is being handled appropriately and in accordance with your preferences. We realize each client has its own unique needs and that no two cases are the same. At the end of the day, you will walk away knowing your case was handled by a competent and compassionate attorney who was looking out for your best interests.
Mar 08, 2021
On January 8, 2021, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) unveiled a new page on its website titled “Systemic Enforcement at the EEOC.” This page explains that the EEOC will make use of its administrative and litigation tools to identify and pursue systemic discriminatory practices of employers. The EEOC […]
On January 12, 2021, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed H.B. 352, which will go into effect on April 15, 2021. This new legislation, otherwise known as the Employment Law Uniformity Act (ELUA), brings significant reforms to Ohio’s employment discrimination statute, R.C. Chapter 4112. This new legislation simplifies Ohio’s former employment […]
Jan 05, 2022
In a trio of recent cases the Supreme Court has re-affirmed and reassured the Police Community that each excessive force claim “requires careful attention to the facts and circumstances of each particular case.” The Courts defense of this approach could not come at more crucial point in time as the […]
TCPA – 10th Circuit Holds there is Personal Jurisdiction in Colorado over a Florida Company that Called a Vermont Phone NumberFeb 18, 2022
Often overlooked but essential to every case is one question: can a state exercise jurisdiction, thus make decisions, over a defendant? This is the question of personal jurisdiction. For companies doing business in multiple states, increasingly common in a 21st century economy, the determination that a court has jurisdiction to […]