Firm News

Innovative Technique to Forge a Settlement

by Staff | May 18th, 2007

Judge’s innovative methods lead to settlement of lawsuit JAMES F. McCARTY Plain Dealer Reporter Judge David Matia used an innovative technique to forge a settlement in a lawsuit brought by a University of Toronto swimmer blinded in a traffic accident in Ohio. [The plaintiff], then 18 and a freshman member of the university’s swim team, […]

Nurenberg Paris Hosts Reception for Elizabeth Edwards

by Staff | March 26th, 2007

On Monday, March 26, 2007, the Nurenberg Paris law firm hosted a reception for Elizabeth Edwards in Cleveland, Ohio. In town to speak at The Cleveland City Club at noon, Mrs. Edwards spent 1 1/2 hours visiting with the friends, guests, staff, and attorneys of the law firm, including Chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party […]

Andrew R. Young Receives Ohio Supreme Court Appointment

by Staff | December 30th, 2006

The Supreme Court of Ohio has reappointed Andrew R. Young, Esq., as a member of the Commission on Legal Education Opportunity. The three-year term begins January 1, 2007, and ends December 31, 2009.

David M. Paris Inducted into IATL

by Staff | September 1st, 2006

Mr. Paris has recently been inducted into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers (IATL). The IATL is widely regarded as the most exclusive and prestigious trial lawyer group in the world. Membership is by invitation only and is limited to 500 attorneys from the United States, along with 100 attorneys from 30 other countries. Mr. […]

State Farm to pay up to settle suit

by Staff | August 12th, 2006

THE PLAIN DEALER SATURDAY, AUGUST 12,2006 – I SECTION C BUSINESS Customers to share for overpayments in mid-’90s PETER KROUSE Plain Dealer Reporter If you are, or were, a customer of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co., you may have some money coming to you. The recent preliminary settlement of an Ohio class-action lawsuit filed […]