Archive for March, 2016

Women in Law Section of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Honors Kerin Lyn Kaminski

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The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association – Women in Law Section held their inaugural International Women’s Day CLE leadership event on March 8th, “Women Leading the Way to New Perspectives, Opportunities and Heights.” Kerin Lyn Kaminski was a panelist in the breakout session entitled, “Mastering the Art and Science of Mentoring.” Kerin, along with The Honorable Melody J. Stewart, 8th District Court of Appeals and Janet L. Miller, General Counsel, University Hospitals Health System, Inc. shared their life experiences and insights about the 12 principles of Mentoring.

Following the day long CMBA Leadership program, the Women In Law section announced their “Women Honoring Women” awards and Kerin Lyn Kaminski was recognized as the award recipient for the Firm category. We are proud of Kerin’s accomplishments and celebrate her contributions as a recognized leader and role model for the women in our profession. Congratulations Kerin!

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Diane Citrino Featured on the Cover of 2016 Northeast Ohio Best Lawyers Magazine

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Diane Citrino was one of three Northeast Ohio Attorneys recognized for their pro bono work in the John Ettorre article entitled, “Giving Credit Where It’s Due.” In the article, Diane comments on how pro bono work has always been an essential part of her practice and how it enriches her both personally and professionally. She also shared her perspective on how pro bono work enables lawyers to increase their skills while delivering an invaluable service to deserving people in our community.
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Diane Citrino Wins Landmark Case in Landlord Tenant Dispute

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Diane Citrino, with the help of Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, successfully represented female tenants in a lawsuit filed against the notorious landlords, the Brown brothers. The lawsuit accused the Brown brothers and their companies of violating federal fair housing laws by targeting female tenants. U.S. District Court Judge Donald C. Nugent awarded them a civil judgment of $4 million.
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