Molly maintains a general civil practice. She is a seasoned litigator and has done appellate work in the Seventh and Eighth Districts Court of Appeals. She is licensed (and has practiced) in the Northern and Southern Districts of the U.S. District Court of Ohio. She is also licensed to practice in Pennsylvania. She is a member of the Mahoning County...Read More
ERIC C. JOHNSON attended Ohio State University, earning a degree in economics and then graduated from the University of Cincinnati Law School in 1983. Eric is a member of the Ohio Association of Justice and the Mahoning County Bar Association, having chaired or served on numerous committees over the years. Eric is past President of the Mahoning...Read More
NILS P. JOHNSON, JR. graduated with honors from Dartmouth College and in 1976 graduated from Boston University Law School. Nils has served as a local Bar Association Trustee, as a member of the Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Grievances and Discipline, and as a member of the Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Bar Examiners. He practices in the areas of...Read More
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