The Ohio State University (Bachelor of Arts, 1962. Juris Doctor, 1965).
Worked at Frost & Jacobs Limited Liability Partnership. Admitted to the bar, 1965, Ohio. 1971, United States. District Court, Southern District of Ohio and United States.
Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit. 1978, United States. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.
Author: "Alternative Dispute Resolution: Legal Developments, Drafting Guidelines and Psychological Benefits," Labor Law Journal, Volume 47, Number.
6, June 1996. Adjunct Professor of Law and Economics, University of Cincinnati College of Law and Department of Economics, 1975. Adjunct Professor of Negotiations, Antioch University, 1993.
Adjunct Professor of Negotiations, The Ohio State University College of Law, 1995.
Instructor in Negotiations, Xavier University, Physician Leadership and Management Education Program, 1996. Teaching Fellow, Harvard Negotiation Project, 1991. Field Attorney, National Labor Relations Board, 1965-1970.
Faculty, Code of Professional Responsibility Institute for Dispute Resolution, 1997.
Chairman, Labor and Employment Law Section, Ohio State Bar Association, 1990-1992. Trustee-Treasurer, Center for the Resolution of Disputes, 1988-1991.
Frost & Jacobs Limited Liability Partnership is a full-service law firm committed to meeting the diverse and ever-changing needs of businesses, institutions and individuals. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, the firm has offices in Columbus and Middletown, Ohio and Lexington, Kentucky.
Our eight departments are: Business and Corporate, Commercial/Real Estate, Environmental Law, Health Care, Intellectual Property, Labor and Employment Law, Litigation, and Personal Planning and Family Business.
Cross-departmental Practice Groups include: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Bankruptcy and Reorganization, Immigration and International Law. General Trial Practice in all State and Federal Courts.
Member: American Bar Association.