January 30, 2009
Chester Willcox & Saxbe announced that J. ANTHONY KINGTON has been named managing partner. A widely respected attorney practicing business and corporate law, Kington succeeds John W. Bentine.
From the Franklin County Municipal Court: JUDGE CARRIE GLAEDEN will serve as Administrative & Presiding Judge for a second term.
KIANA RUSSELL, Schottenstein Zox & Dunn, has joined the firm as an associate in the Health Care Practice Group, advising clients on compliance matters, licensure/certification, fraud and abuse, HIPAA, Medicare and Medicaid.
DAVID A. ONEGA of Bailey Cavalieri has been elected as a partner of the firm. Onega focuses his practice in the areas of estate and business planning, corporate, and probate trust administration.
Roetzel & Andress has nine attorneys from its Columbus office selected as Ohio Super Lawyers by Law and Politics magazine: THOMAS DILLON, ROBERT GRAZIANO, ERIKA HAUPT, EDWARD HERTENSTEIN, STEPHEN JONES, ROBERT MCADAMS, JR., THOMAS ROSENBERG, CHARLES SMITH, and BRADLEY SNYDER.
JESSICA A. GERMAIN has joined Shayne Nichols the as an associate, focusing her practice in the areas of automotive law and general business representation.
ADAM T. BARNEY, Law Offices of Virginia C. Cornwell, has recently been added to the Franklin County Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court lists of Guardians ad Litem. Adam works in domestic relations and juvenile court cases regarding parental rights and responsibilities, grandparent visitation and grandparent custody.
Baker & Hostetler announces that four lawyers associated with the firm’s Columbus office have been elected to the partnership: MATTHEW W. HOYT, a member of the employment and labor group, concentrates his practice in employment litigation and immigration matters; WILLIAM R. POST, employment and labor group and concentrates his practice in employment counseling and compliance; STACY E. WILHITE and LEIGH ANN WILSON, tax, personal planning and employee benefits group, concentrating in employee benefits.