|Meyers Roman is pleased to have welcomed three Partners, one Of Counsel and an Associate to the firm this summer. The addition of these five attorneys strengthens the firm’s depth and breadth of expertise available to its client base.
“We are thrilled to have each of these attorneys join our firm,” said Seth Briskin, Managing Partner. “They bring a wealth of legal experience, as well as unique backgrounds that will help support the expanding needs of our growing client base. More importantly, they are great people who are civic-minded and very engaged in their communities.
Partner R. Mark Gottfried joins the firm with significant experience representing employers in all aspects of workers’ compensation litigation, including death claims, safety and OSHA violations, Medicare compliance, fraudulent claims and Violation of Specific Safety Requirement (VSSR) investigation and defense. Mark earned his law degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Southern Methodist University.
As a litigator, Partner Matthew Golish brings to the firm almost two decades of civil and criminal courtroom experience on both the local and national level. Additionally, as a Certified Public Accountant, Matt has a unique perspective and skill set with which to address his clients’ legal challenges. Matt graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and the University of Notre Dame.
For nearly two decades, partner David Neumann has advised clients on corporate insolvency, creditors’ rights, business reorganization, bankruptcy litigation, receiverships, and related transactions. David provides creative, pragmatic and impactful business solutions to corporations and organizations of all sizes. He is admitted to practice in both Ohio and Massachusetts, and is fluent in Russian. David attended Case Western Reserve University School of Law and earned his bachelor’s degree from Tufts University.
Tom FitzSimmons joins Meyers Roman as Of Counsel, bringing nearly two decades of law firm and in-house experience working for multiple real estate developers to protect and represent his clients while completing deals quickly and cost-efficiently. Tom is currently Assistant Law Director for Jackson Township where he provides counsel on economic development matters including retention and expansion of the Township’s commercial tax base with real estate developments in excess of four million square feet. Tom earned his law degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law and his undergraduate degree from Muskingum University.
As an Associate in the firm’s Business and Corporate Group, Jeremy Adell assists clients on real estate and business matters including purchase and sale transactions, leasing, real estate finance and environmental law. He works with entrepreneurs and small businesses to develop, grow and finance their companies. Jeremy graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and The George Washington University.