A Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge has acquitted Evan’s and his co-counsel Gregg Slemmer’s client on three charges, including two counts of murder. The primary issue in the case was self-defense (of a residence), and Evan and Gregg successfully argued over a two day bench trial this week that Ohio’s “Stand Your Ground” lawContinue reading “NOT GUILTY ON MURDER CHARGES”
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Make it Official!
Jeff is proud to officially welcome Evan to be of counsel to the firm, after his swearing in to the bar by the Honorable Judge Mark Serrott.
JML Co. LPA Files Class Action Against Campus Landlord
Columbus Attorneys Jeffrey M. Lewis (Jeffrey M. Lewis Co., LPA) and Todd Neuman (Allen Stovall Neuman & Ashton LLP) announced that they have filed a Class Action lawsuit against NorthSteppe Realty Company, a major Columbus Ohio residential property management company that is also a well-known OSU campus-area landlord. The attached Complaint, filed in the FranklinContinue reading “JML Co. LPA Files Class Action Against Campus Landlord”
We’re Expanding, Again!
Mr. Lewis is pleased to announce that his son, Evan J. Lewis, is joining the firm as a law clerk while studying for the Bar Exam in July. After the exam, Evan plans to practice alongside his father and sister, focusing on litigation and trial work. Evan is a recent graduate of The Ohio StateContinue reading “We’re Expanding, Again!”
Lew on the Law
The youngest Lewis has started a new blog, focusing on the intersection of the law and politics. His first post, concerning democratic legitimacy, can be found below. His views are his own, and do not necessarily represent the views of the JML, Co. firm.
Mr. Lewis is excited and pleased to announce that on September 1, 2019, his daughter, Haley K. Lewis, Esq. joined the firm as Of Counsel. She will focus her practice on business consultation and litigation as well as Appellate advocacy. Welcome Haley!
Organization Folds After History of Rouge Fundraising; Sheriff Gets First Check From 2000 Civil Suit
Served as Court-Appointed Receiver, uncovering fraudulent practices by and closing down national charitable organization.
City May Override Building Ban Against Developer
Represented major developer in obtaining sewer extension into environmentally restricted area.
High Court Hears Protest of Support
Argued child support case of first impression in Ohio Supreme Court.