by Subashi & Wildermuth | November 9, 2017 4:17 pm
On Saturday, November 4th, attorney Lauren Epperley helped lead the Wills for Veterans event at the Dayton VA Medical Center. The event was a collaboration between the Federal Bar Association and the Dayton Bar Association. Approximately 45 veterans received their Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, Healthcare Powers of Attorney, and Living Wills. The event was a huge success and the Dayton VA went above and beyond by awarding all volunteers VA challenge coins. Both of Lauren’s grandfathers served during the war and volunteering was a great way to honor their memories as Veteran’s Day approaches.
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by Subashi & Wildermuth | September 25, 2017 2:24 pm
Tabitha Justice and Nick Subashi gave an hour-long presentation at the Ohio School Boards Association’s Diversity and Inclusion Workshop on Friday, September 22, 2017. The title of their presentation was “Discipline Disparities and Why They Matter.” Among other things, Tabitha and Nick reviewed the “reality” of disproportionate discipline in Ohio’s schools, and what school districts can do to reduce or eliminate such inequalities.
Source URL: http://www.swohiolaw.com/2017/09/25/2483/
by Subashi & Wildermuth | September 22, 2017 2:23 pm
At the annual meeting of the Ohio Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (“ABOTA”), Nick Subashi was elected President-Elect. Earlier that day, Nick served as co-chair of ABOTA’s Masters in Trial mock jury trial. The Honorable Kimberly Brown of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas served as the judge, and experienced trial attorneys from across the state tried a mock jury trial to a real jury. Of particular interest was the fact that our office manager, Erin Mullett, played the part of the injured plaintiff, and Daniel E. Braunlin, M.D., a board-cerified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist from Dayton, played the part of the plaintiff’s orthopedic surgeon. After rendering their verdict, the jurors told us that their verdict, in large part, was because of the convincing manner in which Erin and Dr. Braunlin testified.
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by Subashi & Wildermuth | July 6, 2017 9:03 am
Subashi & Wildermuth is pleased to announce that Lauren Epperley has been named a partner in the firm. Lauren has been with the firm since 2009, focusing her practice on personal injury defense, business litigation, and education law in both state and federal courts. She regularly represents individuals, companies, boards of education, and insurers. Lauren has been selected as an Ohio Super Lawyer Rising Star for four consecutive years.
While committed to providing the highest quality service to her clients, Lauren also believes that it is important to give back to the community and make a difference. She has served as chairperson of the Dayton Bar Association Civil Trial Practice and Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee for the past two years. Lauren also regularly volunteers with the “Wills for Heroes” program, serves on the Board for the Kleptz YMCA in Englewood, and is a member of the Dayton Bar Association Foundation and the Ohio State Bar Foundation.
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by Subashi & Wildermuth | June 12, 2017 5:07 pm
On June 9, 2017, Brian Wildermuth was sworn in as President of the Dayton Bar Association. Brian is the 103rd person to hold such honor, and he takes the helm at a crucial time for the DBA, as its Executive Director, Bill Wheeler, is retiring after fourteen years of service. Though Brian is exceedingly humble when it comes to his talents, we know that he will approach this challenge with the same unrelenting diligence, inexhaustible intelligence, and quiet pragmatism he uses in service to his clients and the Community. We could not be more proud of Brian and wish him all success as he takes the helm.
Source URL: http://www.swohiolaw.com/2017/06/12/brian-wildermuth-to-serve-as-dba-president/
by Subashi & Wildermuth | June 7, 2017 9:02 am
As he prepares to take the reins as President of the Dayton Bar Association, Brian Wildermuth attended the American Bar Association’s Bar Leadership Institute (BLI). The BLI offers incoming local and state bar officials the opportunity to discuss bar leadership, governance, and communications with ABA officials, colleagues and executive staff of other bar associations, and experts in association governance.
Source URL: http://www.swohiolaw.com/2017/06/07/wildermuth-prepares-to-lead-dba/
by Subashi & Wildermuth | April 27, 2017 3:48 pm
Subashi & Wildermuth is pleased to announce that Clark Crum has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Clark devotes his practice to civil litigation, primarily involving defense representation to insurance entities and their insureds, including defense for everyday automobile accidents, dram shop liability, and political subdivision defense. Clark is adept at all steps of civil litigation, including taking and defending depositions, dispositive motion practice, mediation, and trial preparation. Clark is not afraid to fight for and defend his clients’ rights at trial, but is willing to participate and engage in comprehensive settlement negotiations when in the best interest of his clients.
Prior to joining Subashi and Wildermuth, Clark worked for a mid-sized insurance defense firm in Columbus, Ohio. Clark is a native of Dublin, Ohio, but attended college in Blacksburg, VA, where he was a member of the 2007 ACC Champion Virginia Tech Football Team. He currently resides in Washington Township, OH with his fiancée, Brooke, and their dog, Clyde.
Source URL: http://www.swohiolaw.com/2017/04/27/sw-welcomes-attorney-clark-crum/
by Subashi & Wildermuth | April 24, 2017 11:38 am
On Saturday, April 22nd, Attorneys Nick Subashi, Tabitha Justice, and Lauren Epperley enjoyed serving as judges at Dayton Public Schools’ 4th Annual District-Wide Debate Tournament at Thurgood Marshall High School. Elementary, middle school, and high school teams competed and debated on a variety of topics, such as the pros and cons of peer pressure. In addressing the pros for peer pressure, it was wonderful to hear students talk about groups pressuring individuals to do the “right thing.” The students did a great job and the attorneys were moved by their hard work and dedication.
Source URL: http://www.swohiolaw.com/2017/04/24/sw-attorneys-volunteer-in-dps-debate-tournament/
by Subashi & Wildermuth | December 19, 2016 9:36 am
Every year, the Ohio School Boards Association (“OSBA”) holds its Capital Conference at the Columbus Convention Center. It is one of the largest events of its kind in the United States. Almost all of Ohio’s school board members, administrators, and educational professionals attend the OSBA Capital Conference. As part of the Conference, the Ohio Council of School Attorneys conducts a day-long legal seminar known as the School Law Workshop. The Workshop is traditionally held on the Tuesday of the four-day event.
At this year’s School Law Workshop, Nick Subashi and Tabitha Justice gave a 45-minute presentation entitled “Public Criticism of School Employees – When Free Speech Becomes Harassment.” Nick and Tabitha talked about the problems encountered by many school employees when they are subject to on-line attacks and harassment and what, if anything, the school board employer can do to help its employees. Nick and Tabitha spoke to literally hundreds of Capital Conference attendees, and their presentation was very well received. Nick and Tabitha received glowing comments from attendees, such as “good practical advice from real-life experiences;” “very well presented – beneficial info;” and, “engaging speakers, good pace, just enough information, and practical information!”
Nick and Tabitha frequently provide similar informational presentations as a benefit to their school district clients. If you would like more information on having Nick or Tabitha speak to your group, give us a call!
Source URL: http://www.swohiolaw.com/2016/12/19/subashi-justice-speak-at-school-board-capital-conference/
by Subashi & Wildermuth | November 26, 2016 1:27 pm
On Saturday, November 5th, attorney Lauren Epperley helped lead training for the Dayton Bar Association’s Wills for Heroes event at the Dayton Firefighters Activity Center. The event assisted 31 first responders write their Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, Healthcare Powers of Attorney, and Living Wills. Over the years, Lauren has volunteered her time and professional skills at numerous Wills for Heroes events with the DBA. To date, the DBA’s Wills for Heroes event has helped over 1,200 police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and other first responders ensure the future well-being of their families.
Source URL: http://www.swohiolaw.com/2016/11/26/lauren-epperley-assists-wills-for-heroes/
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