MRR Columbus Office Expands with Partner Paul-Michael La Fayette

MRR is pleased to announce the addition of Paul-Michael La Fayette to its Columbus office. He represent clients in lawsuits involving professional malpractice, premises liability, contracts, employment, construction, civil rights, zoning, wrongful death and products liability.

“We are thrilled to expand our services in Columbus with the addition of Paul,” MRR President and Managing Partner Joseph F. Nicholas, Jr. said. “He brings to the firm expertise in a number of practice areas, a set of exceptional legal skills, and a client-focused commitment to excellence.”

Mr. La Fayette represents several professionals in administrative licensure proceedings before their professional Boards. In addition to professional liability, he regularly represents governmental entities in litigation and as general counsel. Paul is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, Columbus Bar Association, The Defense Research Institute (DRI), PIAA, as well as a guest lecturer for The Ohio State University College of Dentistry.

In the community, Paul is the past president of the Epilepsy Foundation of Central Ohio, member of the Boy Scouts of American (Simon Kenton Council), Plain City Area Baseball Association member, and serves as baseball coach at Jonathan Alder Junior High.

A graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College, Mr. La Fayette sought his Master’s at West Virginia University and then earned his J.D. from Capital University Law School in 1996.

 

Stacy Pollock to present “Texts, Tweets, and Tags – A Look at Public Officials’ Digital Communication” at OHPELRA’s Annual Training Conference on February 6, 2018

MRR Columbus Partner Stacy V. Pollock will present “Texts, Tweets, and Tags – A Look at Public Officials’ Digital Communications” at the 34th Annual OHPELRA Training Conference in Columbus on February 6, 2018.

Stacy is a certified Specialist in Employment and Labor law and a certified Professional in Human Resources. She advises public and private employers in matters involving leave and discipline issues, personnel policy matters and labor negotiations and arbitrations. When necessary, she defends them in state and federal court. She has experience representing clients before various governmental administrative agencies including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Ohio Civil Rights Commission, the State Personnel Board of Review, the State Employment Relations Board and the Ohio Department of Education. Ms. Pollock regularly speaks to the OHPELRA membership at trainings and seminars throughout the year.