Bruggeman receives Ohio State Bar Foundation’s 2022 Community Service Award for attorneys 40 & under
Aaron M. Bruggeman was honored with a Community Service Award for attorneys 40 & under by the Ohio State Bar Foundation for giving back in the year of 2022.
In 2022, Bruggeman served as a member of the Ohio University Regional Coordinating Council, president of the Barnesville Area Chamber of Commerce and assisted with pro bono representation of multiple clients through the Southeastern Ohio Legal Services clinics. He looks forward to continuing similar work in 2023 and beyond.
Aaron Bruggeman is co-chair of the firm’s Southeast Ohio initiative and is a member of the firm's energy and natural resources team. He has extensive experience throughout Ohio and West Virginia on various issues related to the development of the Marcellus and Utica Shale region. Aaron’s practice focuses primarily on oil and gas pipeline litigation, oil and gas lease/ownership litigation and other energy-specific transactional matters involved in project development. He has served as counsel for national and international energy companies and energy generation facilities on multiple projects throughout Southeast Ohio.
In addition to his wide-reaching energy practice, Aaron also has considerable experience in general commercial litigation in both Ohio and West Virginia, including, but not limited to, insurance bad faith cases, real property-related cases and personal injury-related cases. Because of the unique nature of his oil and gas practice, Aaron also has significant experience in Ohio transactional real estate matters.
Aaron is a frequent speaker on shale activities in Southeast Ohio and a lifelong resident of Barnesville, Ohio, with active involvement in civic organizations in and around the community. He is committed to helping clients navigate diverse issues related to the region, while furthering the growth and development of the local community.