Some FAQs About Taft Stettinius & Hollister, and Why I Moved My Practice

Clients and potential clients have asked why I moved practice and have asked about my new firm. Answers to those questions are below:

What made you decide to move your practice to Taft Stettinius & Hollister?

Taft has a national footprint. The Taft firm is a national firm with numerous Fortune 500 clients, a well regarded cybersecurity practice, and a top notch Intellectual Property group. The opportunity to further develop my practice and establish a practice devoted to representing companies that are dealing with the business disruption caused by a failed ERP software implementation was something that I could not turn down. I will miss the friendships I formed at my former firm and working with truly exceptional attorneys, but am excited to do great things at Taft.

Where does your practice fit in with the Taft law firm’s approach to working with clients?

Taft offers a team approach. It has a sophisticated IP practice with over 60 attorneys focusing on all aspects of intellectual property spread over numerous offices around the country.

How will clients benefit from your move?

I can offer clients a national presence, more competitive rates and access to sophisticated attorneys in a wide range of practice areas.

What other related services will clients now have access to?

Besides the roughly dozen attorneys in its Privacy and Data Security group, and over 60 attorneys in its Intellectual Property group, Taft offers a full range of corporate, commercial and litigation attorneys in more than 20 practice and industry groups throughout its 10 offices. Taft has a very strong tech practice focusing on start-ups as well as a corporate and tech transactions practice. As important, Taft has a top-notch cybersecurity practice.

What else should clients know about the Taft law firm?

The firm has 10 offices with 450 attorneys working in 13 nationally-ranked practice areas including a substantial intellectual property group.

What else should clients know about the Taft law firm that’s interesting?

It was founded in 1885 by the sons of William Howard Taft, the 26th President of the United States. One of President Taft’s grandsons, Robert, was a United States Senator from Ohio for many years; he was instrumental in helping to pass the Marshall Plan into law and obtaining Senate approval for the United Nations after World War II. Robert considered running for president himself in 1952 but when Dwight Eisenhower decided to run as a Republican, Senator Taft knew he didn’t stand a chance against The Man Who Defeated Hitler and dropped out of the race for the Republican Party’s nomination.