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EUGENE L. HOLLINS is an attorney with Frost Brown Todd LLC. He currently serves as the law director/solicitor for Powell, Canal Winchester and Minerva Park, and assistant law director for Obetz. Mr. Hollins advises these clients on a wide range of issues: competitive bidding and infrastructure contract issues and disputes; zoning and land use issues; labor and employment matters; administrative appeals; drafting and advice related to proposed legislation; intergovernmental relationships; utility issues; adherence to applicable charter; statutory and constitutional provisions; and litigation and government immunity matters. He is a member of the Columbus (member, Real Property Law Committee), Ohio State and American bar associations; Ohio Municipal Attorneys Association; and the International Municipal Lawyers Association. Mr. Hollins earned his B.A. degree from Vanderbilt University and J.D. degree, Order of the Coif, from Ohio State University.
WILLIAM L. LOVELAND is the owner of Loveland Law, L.L.C., where he practices in the areas of real estate transactions, development planning, condominium creation, zoning (working for both private and governmental entities), estate planning, probate, professional licensing and discipline, and civil litigation. Mr. Loveland has lectured for National Business Institute on numerous real estate law subjects, including zoning, zoning litigation, condominium law, the law governing homeowner's associations, quiet title actions, title insurance, and ethics. Mr. Loveland is past chairman of the Litigation Practice Institute, the president of the Joseph Fletcher Lawyers Ethics Conference, president of The Ross Foundation, and a current active member of the Professional Ethics and the Admissions committees of the Columbus Bar Association. Mr. Loveland was recently inducted into the Dublin School District Hall of Fame due to his work as a community advocate. He is a member of the Columbus, Ohio State and American bar associations. Mr. Loveland earned his B.A. degree from Denison University and his J.D. degree, with honors, from Ohio State University School of Law.
FRANK J. REED JR. is a partner with the environmental practice group of Frost Brown Todd LLC. Mr. Reed advises clients on issues of environmental compliance and defends companies against environmental enforcement activities initiated by Ohio or U.S. EPA. His clients have industry experience in the area of manufacturing, chemicals, real estate development, hazardous materials, construction, foundries, solid waste disposal, scrap tires, construction and demolition and debris disposal, septic tanks, and used oil recycling. He regularly represents carriers, shippers, and consignees in the area of transportation, environmental, and regulatory compliance. Mr. Reed has represented clients regarding truck spills, environmental contamination, remediation, and hazardous waste management. He has also remediated contaminated properties under Ohio’s Voluntary Action Program and assisted clients to obtain grants under the Clean Ohio Revitalization Fund. Mr. Reed represents small and large businesses, port authorities, municipalities, and counties. He handles litigation before the state and federal courts, the U.S. Surface Transportation Board, the Environmental Review Appeals Commission, and administrative appeals. Mr. Reed handles issues including petroleum, diesel fuel, glycol, asbestos, mold, radon, indoor air toxins, wetlands, and best management practices to handle hazardous materials. He served in public service under two governors; and served eight years as an assistant attorney general where he was the chief of three sections responsible for representing Ohio EPA, Ohio Department of Transportation, the Ohio Rail Development Commission, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, and the Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulations. During his last position in government, he was responsible for supervising 66 lawyers, investigators, Bureau of Criminal Investigation agents, paralegals, and staff. Mr. Reed is admitted to practice before the Ohio Supreme Court, the U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern districts of Ohio, the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for Washington, D.C., and the United States Supreme Court. He was named by Business First as one of Columbus' Forty Under 40 and named a Rising Star in Ohio Super Lawyers and Cincinnati magazines. Mr. Reed earned his B.A. degree, with honors, from the The Ohio State University and his J.D. degree from the Capital University Law School, where he served on the Law Review.
JAMES ROBERT RISHEL is the economic development coordinator for the City of Westerville, Ohio, City Manager’s Office. In this role, he is responsible for the City of Westerville’s business retention and attraction efforts. Prior to this position, Mr. Rishel was the managing partner of Rinehart, Rishel & Cucker, LTD, where he was responsible for the day-to-day management of the law firm, including regulation compliance, financial analysis, and client relations; formulated the annual operating budgets and monthly expense reports and tracked the firm’s economic condition; and served as the firm’s specialist on economic development, zoning, annexation, real estate transactions and real estate development. His government and professional experience includes The City of Westerville, Ohio Planning Commission and village solicitor for South Bloomfield, Ohio. He received his B.S. degree from Ohio University, magna cum laude, and his J.D. degree from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.
KATHLEEN F. RYAN’s practice focuses on civil litigation, land use and zoning law, eminent domain, civil rights, and local government law. Ms. Ryan successfully argued before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn a summary judgment motion dismissing claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Fair Housing Act in Anderson, et al. v. City of Blue Ash, Ohio. During law school she participated in the Volunteer Lawyers Wills Clinic at the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati where she assisted low-income individuals with their estate planning needs. Prior to becoming an associate, Ms. Ryan served as Manley Burke LPA's in-house urban planner for eight years, where she worked as planning staff for local governments, drafted zoning codes, and assisted clients with various planning and zoning-related matters. She is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, Cincinnati Bar Association, American Planning Association, and American Planning Association - Ohio Chapter. Ms. Ryan graduated with her Bachelor of Urban Planning degree from University of Cincinnati and with her Juris Doctorate degree, cum laude, from Northern Kentucky Chase College of Law.