Loveland, Ohio Consumer Lawyers
Ms. Gieske graduated with honors from Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2005. Prior to opening her own practice, Ms. Gieske drafted hundreds of judicial opinions during her seven years as a judicial clerk for the Ohio Court of Appeals. This experience was a rewarding and valuable prologue to her venture into private practice. In her spare time, Ms. Gieske enjoys listening to music, reading, good company, and laughing. She adores learning about new cultures and, because she fancies herself a foodie, sampling different ethnic cuisines. Ms. Gieske heartily believes in the benefits...
Terry Brennan is a consumer and civil rights lawyer in Cincinnati, where he advocates on behalf of consumers and persons facing harassment by debt collectors. He also represents employees in wage & hour matters and counsels community organizations, churches and non-profits.
I've been representing workers against their employers in unpaid overtime, unpaid minimum wage and FMLA cases for over 15 years. It is the bulk of what I do. I have helped class actions settle and I have helped my corporate and business clients make or save thousands of dollars in various disputes with other businesses and with their employees.
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Anne Harvey grew up working-class and is the first of her family to complete a professional degree. The chip on her shoulder is fairly earned and is part of what drives her forward. She is fiercely independent, outspoken and will tell the truth to clients so they too can make their own decisions. Anne has sat on both sides of the desk and has been a client herself. Life is not fair; in America anyone can sue anyone for anything; but in the end, right will prevail.
My practice includes all areas of consumer protection law, including mortgage foreclosure defense, predatory lending, mortgage broker fraud, home improvement claims, and other consumer claims. Recent case victories include: Fed. Nat'l. Home Loan Mtge. Corp. v. Schwartzwald, (Oct. 31, 2012) 2012-Ohio-5017. This case is a huge victory for Ohio homeowners. It will help level the playing field for homeowners, and it provides hope to those who have previously lost their home to foreclosure. The Supreme Court ruled that a bank must have the right to enforce the note and mortgage on the day it files its foreclosure case....