Author Archives: Subashi & Wildermuth
On January 21, 2016, Attorneys Brian Wildermuth and Lauren Epperley hosted an employment law clinic at the offices for the Volunteer Lawyers Project, volunteering their time to meet and counsel individuals on employment related questions.
The Dayton Bar Association’s Civil Trial Practice Committee recently held its annual end-of-year “round up” for continuing legal education. S&W Attorney Lauren Epperley chairs the Civil Trial Practice Committee and coordinated the event. Attorney Nick Subashi presented during the “round up” … Continue reading
Subashi & Wildermuth is pleased to announce that founding partner Nick Subashi has been selected as the incoming Treasurer for the Ohio Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), having served for several years on the Ohio ABOTA … Continue reading
On December 1, 2015, the Federal Bar came together to honor United States District Court Judge Walter H. Rice for his 46 years as a public servant and judicial officer. Judge Rice began his career in the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s … Continue reading
If you called in to the recent Ronald McDonald House Radiothon, the voice at the other end of the line might just have been S&W Attorney, Lauren Epperley. Lauren volunteers regularly with the Dayton Ronald McDonald House, which is celebrating … Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving, from our family to yours.
Subashi & Wildermuth is proud to introduce the newest member of the S&W Family – Matthew Alexander. S&W Partner Tabitha Justice welcomed Matthew on August 20th. He’s grown leaps and bounds in the past three months. Still, we all agree: … Continue reading
On July 29, 2015, following a three-day jury trial, Anne Keeton achieved a unanimous defense verdict for her clients, who had been sued for fraud in the sale of their home. Considered perhaps the most egregious of civil torts, fraud … Continue reading
At the annual meeting of the Dayton Bar Association, on June 19, 2015, S&W attorney Brian Wildermuth was elected Second Vice President. This means that, in two years, Brian will become the President of the DBA, and the next few … Continue reading