John A. Schuh has been counseling clients on insolvency issues for more than 30... more
John A. Schuh has been counseling clients on insolvency issues for more than 30 years. His practice focuses on Bankruptcy (All Chapters), Creditors Rights, Business Reorganizations and Debtor Work-Outs, Business Law, and Real Estate Foreclosures. He was a Full Committee Member of the 2004 Local Rules, Forms and Practices Committee of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Ohio i... view profile
Ed’s practice focuses on litigation, with an emphasis on products liability, fire... more
Ed’s practice focuses on litigation, with an emphasis on products liability, fire losses, environmental claims, mold claims, toxic torts, employer liability, insurance coverage, professional liability, and commercial litigation. Relying on his technical background, Ed is often called upon by other attorneys to handle the most complex expert witness issues. Perhaps because of his engineering ba... view profile
Petes practice focuses primarily on the areas of complex and product liability... more
Petes practice focuses primarily on the areas of complex and product liability litigation. He has active and extensive pretrial, trial, and appellate experience with a concentration on products liability, high exposure and complex matters, commercial litigation, and insurance matters. Although a vast majority of Petes work is for defendants, he does have additional experience representing plain... view profile
If you are buying or renting real estate for your business, you may benefit from the services of a commercial real estate attorney. Commercial real estate attorneys assess any risks in the deal, prepare the purchase or rental contracts, and acquire all necessary approvals. Most commercial real estate deals are complex, involving multiple parties and many details. Commercial real estate attorneys guide you through these complexities by assessing any risks in the deal, preparing the deal documents, and acquiring all necessary approvals.