Dec 3, 2014 | Akron Office, Cincinnati Office, Cleveland Office, Columbus Office, Toledo Office

Roetzel Boasts 50 Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Roetzel is pleased to announce that 34 of its Ohio attorneys have been selected as 2015 Ohio Super Lawyers and another 13 have been named 2015 Ohio Rising Stars by Super Lawyers magazine. The 2015 Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists are also published in Cincinnati Magazine, Cleveland Magazine, Columbus Monthly and Inside Business.

The Super Lawyers selection process evaluates lawyers based upon multiple criteria, including professional achievement and peer recognition; honors and awards; firm and bar involvement and leadership; scholarship and professional writings; community service and pro bono activities; and other outstanding achievements.

“Rising Stars” are the top up-and-coming attorneys who are no more than 40 years old or who have been practicing for no more than 10 years.

Roetzel’s attorneys selected as 2015 Ohio Super Lawyers:

Akron: Susan Box; Jeffrey Casto; John Coyne III; Elizabeth Davis; Stacy Delgros; Shane Farolino; Megan Faust; Stephen Funk; Michael Hudak; Paul Jackson; Ronald Kopp; Brian Moore; Randall Moore; George Rooney, Jr., Bruce Schrader II; Roger Stevenson and Bradley Wright.

Cincinnati: Eric Bruestle.

Cleveland: Robert Blackham; Anna Carulas; Doug Leak; Ronald Lee; Richard Mitchell; Suzanne Saganich; Donald Scherzer; Doug Spiker and Diana Thimmig.

Columbus: Brian Dickerson; Robert Graziano; Erika Haupt; Edward Hertenstein; Stephen Jones; Thomas Rosenberg and Bradley Snyder.

Roetzel’s attorneys selected as 2015 Ohio Rising Stars:

Akron: James Burke; Chris Cotter; Chad Mowery and Jay Rutter.

Cincinnati: Brian Augustine.

Cleveland: Christine Garritano; Amanda Knapp and Nathan Pangrace.

Columbus: Jessica Davis; Michael Traven and Jeremy Young.

Toledo: Henry Geha III.

About Super Lawyers: Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas. Super Lawyers magazine is published in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., reaching more than 13 million readers. For more information, visit

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