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Articles Written by Kathryn DeLong

Family Matters

Barbara K. Roman is all about minimizing the trauma of breakups

Alex Shumate on Taking Care of Business

The Columbus lawyer puts public policy to work for his clients

Champion of Diversity

Employment attorney Carl D. Smallwood is all about opening doors

The Craftsman

Charles Faruki practices simplicity in complex business litigation

The Crisis Preventer

From the FTC to P&G, Deborah Platt Majoras keeps consumers in mind

The Consensus Builder

Carol Rolf is a real pro at health care law—and at finding common ground

Cleaning Up

Maritime lawyer Richard Ogrodowski goes from part-time janitor to full-time partner

The Open-Minded Professor

Frank A. Ray passes on the lessons of his success: tireless energy, an open mind and caring enough about your case to get scared

From Brussels to Cleveland

While practicing law in Belgium, Eaton Corp.’ s Mark McGuire learned to improvise 

‘Don’t Let It Happen Again’

Terrence M. Connors on the challenge and responsibility of personal injury law

The Pope, The Prince and Mickey Pohl

The key to his success? He treats everyone the same

Serving a Higher Power

Whether her client is the U.S. government or a convicted mobster, Carole Rendon is always working for justice

Eddie Edwards’ Field of Dreams

To him, life is just one long fantasy camp

Defending the “Indefensible”

Alleged terrorists, accused cops: Joseph M. LaTona defends them all  

In The Ring With Jerry McDevitt

He's who Vince McMahon calls when the WWE is up against the ropes        

Legal Drama

Mark J. Mahoney plays it straight

True to His Schools

Eric Johnson gets gold stars from his school district clients

Family Valued

Jeffrey Grossman and Mary Ann Rabin make their law practices a family affair

The Supreme Thrill

Three attorneys share their experiences in front of the nation’s highest court

The Barrister

Tony White is still scoring from way downtown

Demolition Man

The ambulance chases Donald S. Scherzer

Get on the Bus

Concerned by the lack of political interest among young Americans, Tracy Turoff decided to get them energized. All of them

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