DAYTON, OHIO (PRWEB) February 26, 2016
Faruki Ireland & Cox (http://www.ficlaw.com) partner Marty Foos, along with Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Judge Michael Krumholtz and President of Green & Green Lawyers Tom Green, has founded the Ohio Civil Justice Reform Task Force.
The Task Force consists of 23 attorneys and judges from across the state of Ohio, who will consider rule changes that would reduce the time and expense required to litigate civil cases in Ohio's courts. Foos will chair the first in-person meeting of the Task Force in March at the Ohio Supreme Court building.
Foos is currently serving as Chair of the Ohio State Bar Association Litigation Section Council, where he oversees all activities of the Litigation Section, including its publications, presentations, participation at the OSBA convention, sponsorship of awards, and its comments and input on rules and legislation affecting litigation concerns. The Section formed the Task Force at the request of Ohio State Bar Association President John D. Holschuh, Esq.
Foos’ practice focuses on complex commercial litigation. He handles informational privacy matters, securities cases, intellectual property litigation, class action defense, and business competition matters.
About Faruki Ireland & Cox P.L.L.
Faruki Ireland & Cox P.L.L. (http://www.ficlaw.com) is a litigation firm with offices in Cincinnati and Dayton that handles complex business disputes nationally, including intellectual property, class actions, competition-based litigation, employment, antitrust, privacy, and commercial litigation and arbitration.
About The Ohio State Bar Association
The Ohio State Bar Association, founded in 1880, is a voluntary professional association open to any person who has been admitted to the practice of law. The OSBA represents more than 22,000 Ohio lawyers and judges, nearly 64 percent of Ohio law practitioners.