Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP is pleased to announce that Ronald D. Holman, II has joined the firm’s Cleveland office as a partner in the Labor and Employment, Class Action and Multi-Party Litigation and General Litigation practice groups. He focuses his practice on complex litigation, employment and commercial disputes and class action defense. In addition, he represents clients in matters that have significant media value potential. Prior to joining Taft, Holman served as a partner at another Cleveland firm.
Holman was appointed by the chief judge of the Northern District of Ohio to the federal court’s Civil Justice Reform Act Advisory Group and Magistrate Selection Panel. He is also a member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
Holman served on the transition committees for the city of Cleveland Mayors Jane Campbell and Frank Jackson. For more than a decade, he appeared as a legal analyst and commentator on News Channel 5 – WEWS-TV (the Cleveland ABC news affiliate). Holman attained his Juris Doctor degree from Columbia University and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College.
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