Sams and Fischer Join Taft
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP is pleased to announce that Jonathan D. Sams and Robert S. Fischer, founders of Sams Fischer LLC, have joined the firm’s Cincinnati office in the Business & Finance and Litigation practice groups, respectively.
“Jonathan and Rob bring additional experience to Taft in business, real estate and government law, and Taft looks forward to supporting them in their work in Warren County and this region,” said Edward D. Diller, partner-in-charge of the firm’s Cincinnati office.
Jonathan D. Sams is a partner in Taft’s Business & Finance group. He is an entrepreneur’s and business leader’s attorney who helps guide businesses through complex legal, governmental, political and business environments. He focuses his representation on helping clients set business, personal and financial goals and developing a plan to achieve those goals. Sams earned his law degree from Emory University School of Law and his Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting, summa cum laude, from the University of Cincinnati, College of Business Administration. He also earned a B.A. from the University of the State of New York in literature and Persian Farsi. Sams graduated with honors from the Defense Language Institute, Monterey, Calif. Prior to joining Taft, Sams owned and managed the firm of Sams Fischer, LLC for 18 years. He has been recognized by Cincy magazine as one of Cincinnati's Leading Lawyers since 2009.
Robert S. Fischer is of counsel in Taft’s Litigation group. He represents individuals and entities in a variety of complex civil litigation and criminal matters and is accustomed to handling the difficulties that arise from cases that attract local and national media attention. Fischer has served as a judge in the Warren County Court in Lebanon, Ohio, since 2014. He received his B.S. in sociology and justice studies from Frostburg State University, and he earned his law degree from Emory University School of Law.
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