Type: News
Date: 04/02/2008

Mullins Tapped as Partner-in-Charge of Taft Law's Dayton Office

Jeffrey A. Mullins has been named Partner-in-Charge of the Taft Law Firm’s Dayton office. Mullins succeeds Hugh Wall, founder of the Taft Dayton office. Wall will continue as a partner in Dayton and will continue to serve on Taft’s Executive Committee, which oversees management of the firm.

“Our Dayton office is now 5 years old and is on solid footing with 24 lawyers and growing fast. It’s the right time for me to turn over administrative duties to Jeff so that I can focus on the continued growth of our firm’s corporate practice here in Dayton, as well as other firm-wide initiatives,” said Wall, a Dayton native.

“Taft’s Dayton practice is growing steadily and that’s a testament to the quality of the team of attorneys Hugh has assembled here and the level of performance they provide our clients,” said Mullins. “As a Dayton native who has practiced law in this community my entire career, becoming the Partner-in-Charge represents a great opportunity for me both professionally and personally.”

Mullins practices in the areas of health care and labor and employment law. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Dayton and summa cum laude from the University of Dayton School of Law. He is a member of the Dayton and Ohio Bar Associations and has been named an Ohio Super Lawyer. Actively involved in the Dayton community, Mullins serves as President of the Miami Valley Human Resource Association and is a board member of the Catholic Social Services and Culture Works.

Taft Stettinius & Hollister is a full-service law firm with offices in Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland and Dayton, Ohio; Covington, Kentucky and Phoenix, Arizona. With more than 200 attorneys and a 122-year track record of experience, the firm provides a broad range of legal services to businesses and individuals, including litigation, corporate and business law, securities and municipal financing, tax and estate planning, labor and employment law, real estate and environmental, health care, intellectual property, and unfair competition and anti-trust law.

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