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- Montgomery County Bench Bar Conference, Co-Chair- University of Dayton School of Law, Adjunct Professor of Evidence & Trial Practice (2004 to present)- Greater Dayton Jewish Federation, President-Elect, Board of Trustees - United Way of Greater Dayton, Leaders' Circle, Member- Leadership Dayton, Graduate, Class of 2005- Human Race Theatre Company, Board of Trustees, Past PresidentPublications- "Electronically Stored Information- Ohio:" Emerging Issues Analysis, 2012 Emerging Issues 6655- "Termination of Employee/Owners in Closely Held Corporations," Dayton Bar Briefs, December 2002- "What is the Scott-Pontzer Decision and Why is it Costing Some Companies Thousands of Dollars," The Navigator, October 2002- "Arbitration Settlements May Cost More than Trial," The Dayton Business Journal, July 2001- "The Federal Arbitration Act: Conflicting Interpretations of its Scope," 61 U.C. Law Rev. 623 (1992)Presentations- "Temporary Restraining Orders and Preliminary Injunctions in Federal Court," Dayton Bar Association Federal Practice Committee- Evidence and Expert Testimony Best Practices: National Business Institute- Labor and Employment Update, Dayton Bar Association- "Under the Obama Administration: Emerging Issues in Labor & Employment Law," Presentation to Dayton Bar Association- "Keeping Secrets, Identification & Protection of Trade Secrets," 16th Annual Bench Bar Conference- "Expert Witnesses, Daubert Challenges, and Other Hot Issues," PMontgomery County Common Pleas Court- "Trade Secrets & Covenants Not to Compete Under Ohio Law," Dayton Intellectual Property Law Association- "Covenants Not to Compete in Ohio," Lorman Education Services- "Achieving Favorable Settlements in Ohio," National Business Institute- "Complaint to Verdict, Trial of a Civil Case," Dayton Bar Association- "Document Gathering, Production and Management for Litigation Paralegals in Ohio," Institute for Paralegal Education- "What You Need to Know About Public Records and Open Meeting in Ohio," Lorman Educational Services
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