OSBA Board Certified Specialist in Administrative Agency Law.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Certified Specialist - Administrative Agency Law||Ohio State Bar Association||2016|
|Executive Agency Lobbyist||Joint Legislative Ethics Commission||2016|
|Donald S. Teller Memorial Award||The Ohio State University College of Law||1998|
|Partner||The Patton Law Firm, LLC||2005 - Present|
|Associate||Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, PLLC||2002 - 2005|
|Assistant State Solicitor||Ohio Attorney General's Office; Major Appeals Group||2000 - 2001|
|Assistant Attorney General||Ohio Attorney General's Office; Health & Human Services Section||1999 - 2001|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Ohio State Bar Association Administrative Agency Law Specialty Board||Board Member||2016 - Present|
|Ohio State Bar Association||Member||2008 - Present|
|Proposed Denial of Application to Renew Certifications of Open Arms, Inc., Ohio Dept. of Developmental Disabilities (2015)||N/A|
|In re: Suitability of Wilson to be licensed as an insurance agent in Ohio||N/A|
|State v. Anthony, 37 N.E.3d 751 (Ohio Court of Appeals (8th Dist.) 2015)||Conviction reversed|
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|Ohio Administrative Law Handbook And Agency Directory||The Adjudication Function (Chapter 4)||2016|
|Ohio Administrative Law Handbook & Agency Directory||Co-Editor-in-Chief||2016|
|Yale Biographical Dictionary of American Law||“Simon Sterne” entry||2009|
|Lawyer To Lawyer: North Carolina Reflections On The Practice Of Law||Kill All the Lawyers?||2004|
|34 Journal of Health Law 377||Legal Considerations of Sleep Deprivation Among Resident Physicians||2001|
|11 University of Florida Journal of Law & Public Policy 131||The Queen, the Attorney General, and the Modern Charitable Fiduciary: A Historical Perspective on Charitable Enforcement Reform||2000|
|Law Record [The Ohio State University College of Law Alumni Association magazine]||New Attorneys Get First Glimpse of Argument Before the U.S. Supreme Court||2000|
|59 Ohio State Law Journal 1423||Achieving Managed Care Accountability By Ending the ERISA Preemption Defense||1998|
|Ohio State University||Law||Juris Doctor||1999|
|Ohio State University, Columbus||N/A||B.S.||1996|
|Legal Aid of North Carolina annual task-force meeting||Form and Substance: The Effective Appeal: CLE presentation||2004|
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Mr. Patton has been very understanding in regards to my financial situation. Mr Patton took the time to hear my side of the complaint filed against me. Any information he can provide he has informed me immediately.
Posted by Mark
Mr. Patton isn't afraid to go nose to nose with a judge that doesn't follow the law. He has knowledge of the law and understanding of how it works. With that, his commitment is to ensure protection of your rights.
A judge wrongfully and knowingly suspended a license from another state, which they have no jurisdiction. Said judge also attempted to suspend it for an additional year past the original suspension. Mr. Patton challenged the ruling and argued his position to the The Court of Appeals. The Court of Appeals found the license should not have been taken, and ordered the judge return the license.
Mr. Patton also realized that said judge did not amend the original suspension, as per the findings in the appeals case. He filed papers requesting this amendment take place immediately.
With his insight and passion for the law, Mr. Patton will be our longtime family attorney!
Michael Moran, Administrative law Attorney
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David Patton is a very knowledgeable and skilled lawyer with a wealth of experience in health law and licensing. As a licensed health care practitioner himself, he understands the importance of protecting a professional license. He is hard-working and a tenacious advocate for his clients.
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