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Todd Neuman | Partner


Law School: 
West Virginia University, J.D., 1993
Graduated at the top of his class with distinction of being inducted
into the Order of the Coif

Law Review 1991 and 1992
Law Review Articles Editor
Justice, West Virginia University Judicial Board

The Ohio State University, B.S., Finance, 1989
Magna Cum Laude
Dean’s List


Ohio, 1992
Florida, 1993
U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio

Mr. Neuman began his career at large defense law firms representing defendants, including publicly traded and closely-held businesses. Mr. Neuman now represents both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide array of matters, including business disputes, real estate/construction, wrongful death/personal injury, class action, employment, product liability, and other matters. Mr. Neuman has obtained numerous record jury verdicts representing plaintiffs.

Practice Areas

  • Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Real Estate & Zoning

Notable Accomplishments

  • Chosen for Ohio Super Lawyers – Multiple Years
  • Chosen for Best Lawyers – Central Ohio
  • Chosen for Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum – Life Member
  • Chosen for National registry of Who’s Who in American Law – Life Member
  • Class counsel who obtained judgment award of $13.2M against City of Gahanna and RITA in tax refund class action
  • Class Counsel for various nationwide and Ohio class actions, including nationwide class action against PNC Bank which settled for $10 Million Dollars
  • Obtained highest jury verdict in Franklin County history for a slip and fall case when received verdict in excess of $3 Million Dollars (old record $225,000)
  • Obtained highest jury verdict in Ross County history when received verdict in excess of $1.3 Million Dollars (old record approximately half of $1.3M verdict) – 2015
  • Obtained highest jury verdict in Delaware County history for a personal injury/automobile accident case not involving a fatality when received verdict in excess of $1.2 Million Dollars – 2016
  • Obtained numerous judgments for defendant clients, including dismissal of a 20 count complaint filed in federal court seeking in excess of $20 million Dollars in damages against a hospital client

Author: A Child’s Well Being v. A Defendant’s Right to Confirmation, 43 West Virginia University Law Review 1061  (Summer 1991)

Father of triplet girls and a boy