Jan 4, 2023 | Akron Office, Chicago Office, Toledo Office

Roetzel & Andress Names Three New Shareholders

AKRON, Ohio (January 4, 2023) — Roetzel & Andress announced today that Emily Anglewicz, Lidia Ebersole and Adam Hirsch have been named shareholders at the firm. These attorneys collectively practice across Roetzel’s Business Litigation Group and Products/Transportation. 

“Emily, Lidia and Adam are incredibly talented attorneys who have become an integral part of the firm and its future,” said Chairman and CEO Bob Blackham. “We are thrilled to welcome them into their new role as they continue to be strong leaders who will continue to provide high-quality legal services to our clients.” 

Emily Anglewicz – Business Litigation (Akron, Ohio)
Anglewicz focuses her practice on complex business, oil and gas, and public law litigation. She has experience litigating shareholder disputes, tortious interference, fraud, and breach of contract claims of all kinds. In addition, she handles a wide range of oil and gas related issues, including litigation involving leasing, royalty, and mineral title. She frequently serves as outside counsel to public sector clients on complex litigation matters. Anglewicz also maintains a significant appellate practice, including appeals and extraordinary writs in the Supreme Court of Ohio.

Lidia Ebersole – Products/Transportation (Toledo, Ohio)
Ebersole focuses her practice in the areas of business, employment, transportation, and premises liability litigation, and business/employment-related immigration. With both private practice and judicial appellate clerkship experience, Ebersole regularly counsels clients through the pre-trial, trial, and appellate processes in federal and state courts in Ohio and Michigan.

Adam N. Hirsch – Business Litigation (Chicago, IL) 
Hirsch focuses his practice on commercial and business litigation, representing a wide variety of clients ranging from individuals to small business owners to large corporations. He has a particular focus on investment disputes and business fraud claims and has represented investors and investment companies as plaintiffs and defendants in lawsuits around the country. Hirsch also has extensive experience litigating contract disputes and has argued and tried multi-million-dollar contract issues before judges and juries nationwide.  Hirsch is well-versed in advising clients in employment disputes relating to matters such as separation, severance, non-solicitation, and non-compete agreements.

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