1950-60s Class Notes
Albert D. Brault (C’55) was named a Washington, D.C., “Super Lawyer” for 2013.
Roy E. Hofer, formerly of Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, announced the opening of his new firm, the Law Offices of Roy E. Hofer. Hofer will provide mediation, arbitration, special master and early neutral evaluator services in intellectual property cases. In addition, he will counsel clients involved in district court and appellate IP litigation.
Robert L. Parks, who presently serves as chairman of the board of visitors for the National Judicial College, the organization involved in training state court trial judges, took part in a symposium dealing with the preservation of the civil jury system as part of the College’s 50th anniversary. The symposium was sponsored by the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and was held last June in Chicago.
Philip J. Hirschkop, an attorney and rights advocate who represented the Lovings in the Supreme Court in 1967, appeared at a screening and discussion of the film “The Loving Story” at the National Archives in January. The landmark 1967 case of Loving v. Virginia struck down Virginia’s ban on interracial marriage.
Stephen L. Kadish (LL.M.) was recently named the 2014 Cleveland Tax Law “Lawyer of the Year” by The Best Lawyers in America and has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America since 1983. Kadish is a partner at Kadish, Hinkel and Weibel in Cleveland, practicing in areas including taxation, estate planning, probate and business law.
Frank N. Fleischer (LL.M.) was named to the 2014 Best Lawyers in America list in the area of public finance law. He practices in the Tampa office of GrayRobinson.
Sen. Richard Durbin (F’66) spoke on immigration reform at Georgetown University’s Institute for the Study of International Migration on October 29.