Serving Notice for October 18, 2013

BEATRICE WOLPER, today, receives an award from the International Women’s Forum in Vancouver, Canada. Managing partner of Emens & Wolper, Bea is recipient of the Women Who Make a Difference Award, given each year at the IWF World Leadership Conference in recognition of women around the world who, by way of their example, contributions and exceptional leadership, have advanced opportunities for women and promoted better leadership for our world.

EDWARD C. HERTENSTEIN, a Roetzel partner, has been named the 2014 Columbus “Lawyer of the Year” for Tax Law. His practice focuses on a variety of business and taxation issues.

CARLILE PATCHEN & MURPHY announces the formation of, an Ohio nonprofit corporation offering a web-based, collaborative environment where technology innovators, technology companies, investors and others interested in commercializing technology can gain resources and information to help them build and grow their businesses. The T2M site contains resources in 6 general areas – intellectual property protection, financing and securities, dispute resolution, privacy, employment and compensation and general interest. The site delivers value by multimedia, blog and FAQ to add value to technology insiders who are frequently visual learners. The goal of the site is to deliver value in the areas of law, marketing, finance, accounting and other disciplines through collaborative guest feature items as guest blogs and featured guest interactive videos.

Save the Date! The Moritz College of Law's annual Public Interest Law Foundation auction will be held Thursday, March 6, 2014 at the Huntington Club in Ohio Stadium. All proceeds from the auction will go towards Public Interest Fellowships for law students. These fellowships are designed to encourage our classmates to seek out rewarding positions that give back to the community and serve groups with little access to legal services.

Thanks to our ABC 6 TV "Ask the Attorney" volunteers MARION SMITHBERGER, DIMITRIOS MAKRIDIS, KEITH BREWSTER and JOHN ALASTRA. If you would like to volunteer for any Wednesday 5-7 pm, contact Marion Smithberger at All conversations with callers are private and confidential.