April 17, 2009
KASEY T. INGRAM has joined Dinsmore & Shohl as a partner in the Corporate Department and member of the firm's business restructuring and reorganization group. Ingram focuses his practice on bankruptcy and commercial law, corporate reorganization and insolvency-related issues and was listed this year in Ohio Rising Stars.
DAWN R. HAYS, Hahn Loeser and Parks, was recently elected to the Council of Delegates by the Ohio State Bar Association. Commencing July 1, she will serve a two-year term as a representative for District 7 (Franklin County).
KAREN M. MOORE, a partner of Bricker & Eckler, has been elected President-Elect of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Members of ACTEC work to improve and reform probate, trust, and tax laws and procedures. The Council’s Board of Regents elected Moore at its annual meeting in March.
JANINE H. JONES has moved to the public sector as Deputy Counsel to Governor Strickland, a position involved in advising the Governor on civil matters impacting the Governor's Office and the State of Ohio including serving as a liaison between the Governor and the chief legal officers for the 28 state agencies. She steps into this position most recently held by Judge Kimberly Cocroft newly appointed to the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas.
McFadden Winner Savage & Segerman is pleased to announce that
JAMES S. SAVAGE has been named an Ohio Super Lawyer for the fifth year in a
row in the area of business litigation, and DOUGLAS J. SEGERMAN has been named
an Ohio Super Lawyer Rising Star. It is the only Central Ohio-based firm of five or fewer lawyers selected as Super Lawyer and Rising Star in business litigation.
Beginning April 20, MARY AUSTIN-PALMER is the new chief deputy, Clerk of Courts office, Franklin County Common Pleas. She replaces David Migliore who was tapped by the Board of Commissioners to head the Franklin County Job and Family Services agency.