Meyers, Roman, Friedberg & Lewis, a full-service law firm focused on addressing the legal needs of small and mid-size businesses, public organizations and individuals, hired three attorneys:
Aaron M. Minc, of counsel, is a nationally recognized Internet defamation attorney who works at the technological forefront of removing damaging content from the Internet, tackling cyber-attacks, and uncovering the identity of anonymous Internet users who post defamatory content. He has successfully litigated a significant number of defamation lawsuits throughout the United States and represents clients worldwide – from individuals, nonprofit organizations, and government institutions to small businesses and Fortune 500 companies. He is a frequent and sought-after speaker on the topic of online defamation, is recognized by the media and business organizations as an expert in the field, and authors two blogs on the subject.
T. Kinsey McInturf, an associate in the firm’s commercial and civil litigation and construction practice groups, joins Meyers Roman after working several years with an Akron-area law firm. Kinsey has represented business and individual clients in all stages of the litigation process, including trial and appellate. With a particular interest in juvenile law, Kinsey parlayed his passion and legal skills by donating time as a volunteer special advocate for the Summit County Juvenile Court.
Grace M. Miclot, an associate with the firm’s divorce and family law practice group, joins the firm after her tenure as an intern and staff attorney for several Ohio and Pennsylvania family court judges. She also has extensive experience researching and working on immigration issues and has appeared as a student attorney in Immigration Court as part of a clinical program at The University of Pittsburgh Law School. Grace is admitted to the practice of law in Ohio and Pennsylvania.