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David C. Weiner

Of Counsel
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Mr. Weiner is Of Counsel with the firm's Litigation Practice Group.  For over 40 years, Mr. Weiner has successfully represented numerous businesses and individuals in a wide variety of litigation settings.  For example, he represented a Fortune 5 energy company in a series of high-stake, bet your company federal cases, and the employer of a major Ponzi scheme stockbroker.  He has been recognized by organizations, courts and individuals for his professional and successful ability to resolve difficult, contentious disputes.  As the former Chair of the ABA Litigation Section, Mr. Weiner has been at the cutting edge of litigation developments, both at the federal and state levels.  Client expectations have been consistently met or exceeded throughout his career as a trial lawyer.


    • Georgetown University Law Center, 1968, J.D.
    • University of Cincinnati, 1965, B.A.

    • Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
    • Ohio State Bar Association
    • American Bar Association
    • Ohio
    • District of Columbia
    • U.S. Supreme Court
    • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
    • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
    • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio
    • Law Clerk to Senior Circuit Judge E. Barrett Prettyman, U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit (1968-1969)

    • Past Chair, Litigation Section, American Bar Association
    • Adjunct Professor (Trial Advocacy), Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
    • Member, American Bar Association House of Delegates (1980-2012)
    • Member, International Society of Barristers
    • Member, American Counsel Association
    • Member, Ohio State Bar Foundation
    • Member, Nisi Prius
    • Life Member, Judicial Conference, Eighth Judicial District
    • Past President, Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation  
    • Past President, Legal Aid Society of Cleveland