Serving Notice for March 28, 2014

KEITH A. LITTLE and JAMEEL S. TURNER announce their election to membership at Bailey Cavalieri. Jameel practices in the areas of consumer law and regulatory compliance, and focuses his corporate practice on the resolution of business disputes and contract negotiation. Keith is a member of the firm’s directors & officers liability practice group and concentrates his practice on professional liability and insurance, and insurance coverage litigation.

REMINGER attorneys included on the 2014 Best Lawyers in America® list are PAULETTE IVAN (workers' compensation law – employers), D. PATRICK KASSON (employment law, individuals; employment law, management; labor law, management); MICHAEL ROMANELLO (medical malpractice, defendants; personal injury litigation, defendants) and KEVIN SANISLO (workers’ compensation law, employers). On the Ohio Super Lawyers list are GREGORY D. BRUNTON, WARREN M. ENDERS, RONALD A. FRESCO, and PAULETTE M. IVAN. Ohio Rising Stars included MELVIN J. DAVIS, NICOLE M. KOPPITCH, ZACHARY B. PYERS, KEVIN R. SANISLO and MATTHEW LAWRENCE SCHRADER.

ONDA LaBUHN RANKIN & BOGGS is moving to new offices at 35 N. Fourth St., Suite 100. Phone and fax are unchanged.

ALBERT LIN, a partner with Ice Miller, has been named as the chair of the Columbus Bar Judicial Screening Committee.

GORDON F. LITT has joined BakerHostetler as tax partner, counseling privately held businesses in designing comprehensive business succession plans, tax strategies, and estate plans, including charitable giving alternatives.

Carpenter Lipps & Leland LLP announces the opening of its New York office at 1540 Broadway, Suite 3710, New York 10036. And KAREN M. CADIEUX has been named a partner in the Columbus office.

Thanks to our ABC 6 TV "Ask the Attorney" volunteers PHILIP SHERIDAN, BRYAN STEWARD and FREDERICK BERKEMER. If you would like to volunteer for any Wednesday evening (5:00-7:00pm), contact Marion Smithberger at or call (614) 340-2070. All conversations with callers are private and confidential, and the 100+ callers are grateful for the free advice.