Professional & Community Activities
- Member, American Bankruptcy Institute
Bar Admissions & Activities
- Former Chair, Banking, Commercial and Bankruptcy Law Committee; Former Chair, Bankruptcy Subcommittee; Member, Banking, Commercial and Bankruptcy Law, Ohio State Bar Association
- Member, Columbus Bar Association Bankruptcy Committee
- Admitted, U.S. Supreme Court
Awards & Recognition
- Listed, Best Lawyers in America (Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law; Litigation - Bankruptcy; Mortgage Banking Foreclosure Law), 2016–2020
- Rising Star, Ohio Super Lawyers, 2010–2016
- University of Cincinnati College of Law (J.D.), 2002; Student Articles Editor and associate member, University of Cincinnati Law Review
- Hobart College (B.A.), 1999
Bricker attorneys named 2017 Ohio Super Lawyers
Continuing the firm’s trend of excellence and distinction, 43 Bricker & Eckler attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2017 Ohio Super Lawyers list. Notably, this year’s list includes four newly-listed attorneys. Additionally, four attorneys were named to “Top Lists” in Ohio.More Dec 15, 2016
Bricker & Eckler attorneys earn Best Lawyers 2017 recognition
A total of 66 attorneys from Bricker & Eckler LLP, representing 47.5 percent of the firm’s lawyers, were chosen by their peers for recognition in this year’s edition of The Best Lawyers in America® 2017 (copyright 2016 by Woodward/White, Inc., of Aiken, SC).More Aug 15, 2016
Commercial foreclosure in multistate federal court case
Served as lead counsel to a secured lender on a federal court receivership case involving a broad range of issues across multiple states.
Receiver representation for commercial properties in Ohio
Served as receiver's counsel on all issues related to property management, leasing and sale and assisted in the successful resolution of receivership cases across the state.
Contested residential mortgage foreclosures
Served as Ohio counsel for a loan servicer, handling the broad spectrum of complex federal, state and common law issues that arose in the context of consumer financing and residential mortgage lending.