A former Lucas County Assistant Prosecutor, Groth has tried significant Jury and... more
A former Lucas County Assistant Prosecutor, Groth has tried significant Jury and Bench trials ranging from Murder and Rape, to Civil Litigation against giant corporate entities. Groth & Associates is a mid-size, customer service oriented firm. We represent people from Park Avenue to Park Benches.
Scott Ciolek advises clients on a variety issues including personal and business... more
Scott Ciolek advises clients on a variety issues including personal and business bankruptcy, divorce, student loan debt, foreclosure, business formation, intellectual property, and general litigation. Scott takes a personable approach to the practice of law. He's strives to provide the best representation at an affordable cost. Call today for a free consultation 419-740-5935.
Karin has 10 years’ experience in appellate work, beginning with almost six years of... more
Karin has 10 years’ experience in appellate work, beginning with almost six years of experience as a Staff Attorney at the Court of Appeals. In private practice, Karin has handled dozens of appeals for clients, winning a significant percentage of cases. As a contract attorney, Karin has written many successful appellate briefs for her attorney-clients on an outsourced-basis.
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