The Supreme Court of Ohio has appointed Taft Cincinnati attorney Benjamin White to the Commission on the Rules of Practice and Procedure in Ohio Courts. His three-year term began Jan. 1, 2024.
The Commission on Rules of Practice and Procedure is established by the Supreme Court to assist the Court in exercising the rule-making powers granted in Article IV, Section 5(B), of the Ohio Constitution. The Commission is responsible for reviewing all rules governing practice and procedure in Ohio courts, receiving and considering proposed rules or amendments, and recommending rules and amendments to the Supreme Court.
White is an attorney in Taft’s Commercial Litigation practice. He represents a broad range of clients in state and federal courts and brings experience across all phases of litigation, from pre-litigation through appeals.
Before joining Taft, White clerked for the Hon. Matthew McFarland of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, along with the Hon. R. Patrick DeWine of the Supreme Court of Ohio.