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Dodds v Halcyon Wireless

An approach to wrongful death language



practice law at the firm Wright & Schulte, where Mulvihill is a partner.




Dennis Mulvihill

Mulvihill’s practice is primarily in the areas of product liability, medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents and workplace injuries. He has received many statewide honors in recent years. Since 2012, Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters, named Mulvihill one of the top 50 lawyers in Cleveland and one of the top 100 lawyers in Ohio. He has been named an Ohio Super Lawyer every year since 2008, honoring the top five percent of all lawyers in Ohio; and prior to that, was named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers, honoring the best young lawyers in the state. These recognitions are based on the results of statewide surveys of lawyers and peer evaluation.

 

In 2012, Mulvihill was appointed by the Ohio General Assembly to the Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission as one of twenty public members. The Commission also includes twelve members of the Ohio Legislature. The purpose of the Commission is to the study the constitution, discuss changes, and make recommendations to the General Assembly and public to modernize the Constitution.

 

In 2010-2011 Mulvihill was the President of the Ohio Association for Justice, the only statewide association of trial attorneys who devote their practices to representing people who have been injured by the negligence of others.

 

In 2014, Mulvihill was named a Fellow in the International Society of Barristers, and organization that recognizes the best advocates from each era, and whose mission is to support the right to trial by jury; improve advocacy; abolish animosity between lawyers representing plaintiffs and defendants; encourage ethical conduct; and protect the rights of citizens, the independence of the judiciary, and the integrity of the bar.

 

Mulvihill has had numerous six and seven figure verdicts on behalf of injured clients in medical malpractice, product’s liability, auto-accident, and other negligence cases.

 

Mulvihill was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan and graduated from Kenyon College in 1988. In college he was an All-American swimmer and participated in the 1988 and 1992 Olympic swimming trials, in an effort to make the United States Olympic Swimming Team. He taught high school history for two years at University School in Hunting Valley, Ohio, and graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, cum laude, in 1994.


Robert Gresham

Robert Gresham holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in African American Studies from Purdue University and a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Capital University Law School.


Gresham is devoted to fighting for justice on behalf of his clients. He is an experienced Ohio attorney with a diverse practice in the areas of Personal Injury Car and Trucking Accident Claims, Slip and Fall Claims, Police Brutality Claims, Civil Rights Litigation, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death, Catastrophic Injury, Nursing Home Neglect, Criminal Defense, Business Litigation, and Construction Litigation across the nation. He also counsels and advises professionals and businesses on how to resolve disputes or avoid litigation.


Gresham is admitted to practice law in Ohio, the Federal Court of Southern District of Ohio, and the Ohio Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.


Robert is active in various professional organizations including the Ohio State Bar Association where he served as one of the youngest elected members to the Board of Governors and as Chair to the Association’s Advisory Council on Diversity Issues. He currently serves as chair for Thurgood Marshall Law Society; member of the Montgomery County Public Defender Commission; and former chair of the Dayton Bar Association Diversity Issues Committee.


Gresham was one of the youngest members to serve as a commissioner on the Supreme Court of Ohio Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline where he presided over cases involving professional neglect and malpractice claims against Ohio attorneys.


Gresham speaks frequently and extensively on the issue of Miranda Rights and Community-Police Interactions throughout Ohio. He frequently lectures and speaks to middle school, high school, and college students on a wide variety educational issues.




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