— Robin Wilson’s addition brings Kaufman & Company’s firm-wide lawyers to 50% women —
Cleveland, OH – National trial and litigation firm Kaufman & Company, LLC is pleased to welcome Robin Wilson as a Partner in the firm’s Cleveland office. Wilson was formerly Chief Trial Counsel, leading the Cuyahoga County’s Executive Litigation Group in complex civil matters. Her work included matters involving lending, development, government contracting, real property tax and valuation disputes, labor and employment litigation, public records, and land use litigation, including eminent domain, road and bridge disputes, and utilities relocation. Her addition also marks a new era in Kaufman & Company’s evolution, bringing the firm’s lawyers up to 50 percent women.
“Robin’s results achieved as Chief Trial Counsel speak volumes about her legal abilities,” said Managing Member Steven S. Kaufman. “Having worked with her at a previous law firm, I know Robin’s high quality work that she conducts tirelessly and fiercely. She is committed to providing the highest level of client service. We are also very proud that by bringing her on board, Kaufman & Company’s firm-wide lawyers now has an equal number of men and women.”
Prior to her work with Cuyahoga County, Wilson was a litigation partner at Thompson Hine LLP and served as Assistant County Prosecutor in the Stark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office’s Civil Division.
“The opportunity to practice at Kaufman & Company with its national litigation capabilities and reputation, and the opportunity to work closely with Steve again, whom I greatly respect, was something I simply couldn’t pass up,” said Ms. Wilson. “I look forward to collaborating with this innovative team of attorneys and embracing this next phase of my career.”
Wilson earned her J.D. cum laude from the Cleveland-Marshall School of Law, where she was co-editor of the law student newspaper. She holds a B.S. in Journalism from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. She is admitted to practice in Ohio, including the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio, as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court.