Class Notes

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Joseph Colvin, 2005

Joseph Colvin '05 has been promoted to member at Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC. He is a member of the firm's trusts, estates and family law practice. His work focuses on estate and gift planning, business succession for privately held companies, estate administration, and trust administration.

Tom Nocar , 2013

Tom Nocar '13 has joined the Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP Columbus office as a senior attorney in the firm's construction practice group. With more than 26 years of experience in construction management and real estate development, he offers a unique combination of skills; broad technical knowledge of the commercial construction industry and a practical approach to dispute avoidance and resolution, which he brings with him to the practice.

Wesley Misson, 2007

Wesley Misson '07 recently joined the Charlotte, North Carolina office of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP as a partner in the firm's capital markets group. Formerly a partner at Mayer Brown LLP, he co-leads a globally recognized practice in fund finance for Cadwalader. Misson, his wife Britney, and daughter Parker also welcomed the birth of their second child on New Year's Eve 2015 - Peyton Cary Misson.

Michael Flowers, 1979

Michael E. Flowers ’79 has joined Steptoe & Johnson PLLC as of counsel. He comes to the firm from KBK Enterprises where he served as vice president and chief legal officer. His practice at Steptoe & Johnson will focus on business, real estate, and corporate finance law.

Scott Greytak, 2010

Scott Greytak ’10 has joined Free Speech for People's Legal Advocacy as counsel. His work there focuses on aiding Represent.Us and its state and local chapters to develop reforms that overhaul ethics, transparency, enforcement, and campaign finance law through state and local ballot initiative campaigns. His work also focuses on developing and advancing a new jurisprudence for political equality through litigation, legislation, and public engagement.

David Gurwin, 1985

David A. Gurwin ’85, a shareholder at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC and chair of the firm’s technology transactions, entertainment and media law, and copyright practice groups, was listed in the 2016 edition of the Best Lawyers in America in the fields of entertainment law – motion pictures and television; and entertainment law – music. He is the first and only Pittsburgh-based lawyer to ever be named in both fields. Gurwin was also named for the fifth straight year in Intellectual Asset Magazine's IAM Patent 1000, as one of the leading intellectual property licensing lawyers in the world.

David Kulwicki, 1988

David Kulwicki ’88 formed Mishkind Kulwicki Law Co., L.P.A., a trial firm handling catastrophic injury cases. The firm's two principals have tried over 100 trials and recovered more than $200 million for their clients. It has been recognized as one of the Best Law Firms in America by U.S. News.

Alicia Stefanski, 2007

Alicia M. Stefanski ’07 was named a partner in the Columbus office of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP. She is a member of the firm’s litigation department where she handles everything from product liability and breach of warranty cases to commercial litigation matters, including non-solicit, breach of contract cases, and real property litigation. She also assists business clients in defending tort actions including premises liability, negligence, and wrongful death claims.

Jennie Ferguson, 2006

Jennie K. Ferguson ’06 was named a partner in the Columbus office of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP. She is a member of the firm’s litigation department where she counsels public and privately held companies and individuals on civil and criminal matters, with a focus on civil litigation and white collar criminal defense.

Craig Wilson, 2013

Craig J. Wilson ’13 has been named a partner at the Columbus-based law firm of Emens & Wolper. His practice areas at the firm include oil and gas law, pipeline and other easements, natural resources, real estate, and corporate law. He represents landowners in pipeline negotiations, oil and gas law cases and negotiations, mineral rights disputes under Ohio’s Dormant Mineral Act, and sales of business.