Born Dayton, Ohio, November 4, 1956; admitted to the Ohio bar 1981; U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio in 1982; admitted to the Florida bar 1983; U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, 1985; U.S. Tax Court (1994).
Alter High School (1974); Marquette University (B.S., 1978); Ohio Northern University (J.D. 1981).
Dayton Bar Association (since 1981); Dayton Bar’s Grievance Committee (2004) to date; Cincinnati Bar Association 2007 ? to date; Ohio State Bar Association (since 1981); Florida Bar Association (since 1983); Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers (since 2000); American Bankruptcy Law Forms (since 1993).
Legal and Medical Malpractice; Civil Litigation; Corporate Law and Contract Litigation; Personal Injury and Wrongful Death; Liquor Licensing; Tax Appeals and Tax Court Litigation; Bankruptcy Reorganization; Bankruptcy Litigation; Real Estate; Probate; Divorce; Traffic Law including DUI.
Seminars presented for: Dayton Bar Association (Tax debts 4/95); American Bankruptcy Law Forum (Offers in Compromise 1995); Professional Education (LLCs 11/97); National Business Institute (Expert Witnesses 12/98); Personal Injury Settlements (6/01); Medical Malpractice (3/02); Choice of Business Entity in Ohio (3/04), LLCs in Ohio (9/04); Bankruptcy Abuse Pension Consumer Protection Act (9/05 and 6/06); Civil Litigation (12/05); Divorce Law (12/06) Lorman Education Services (Collection Law 10/96), Confidentiality of Medical Records (1/03); Ohio Institute of Photography – Business Law 1984; Conviser Miller – CPA Review Course 1986-1988.
Expert Witness Experience
Montgomery County Common Pleas Court in real estate law and reasonableness of attorney fees in divorce cases; Legal Eagles program with Dayton Bar Association and Fox 45 TV; reviewed cases as an expert in legal malpractice claims.
Over 34 state and federal cases published for stare decisis. Available upon request.
Over 100 national franchises and/or state corporate entities, financial institutions, and various nonprofit entities.
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