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In 1995, Mr. Cox received a B.S. in Political Science from Furman University. He earned a J.D. from Nova Southeastern University—Shepard Broad Law Center in 1999. Following law school, Mr. Cox served as...
Mr. Cox is an Ohio native and attended law school in Columbus, Ohio. While in law school, Mr. Cox worked full time as a law clerk for Barkan Meizlish in their Litigation Department, as well as the Social Security and Workers’ Compensation departments.
Mr. Cox graduated from The Ohio State University...
As a partner in an ‘American Lawyer Top 100 firm’, I’ve represented clients in bet-the-company litigation matters involving breach of contract, business tort, antitrust, insurance coverage, and securities claims. At the PCAOB, I led investigations of Big 4, mid-size, and small accounting firms and their partners and employees.
My litigation experience includes:
• securities fraud class action in the...
* Mechanics' Liens
* Bond Claims
* Letter of Credit Claims
* Construction Defects
* Foundation Defects
* Product Liability/Defects
* Lien Foreclosure
* Construction Contracts
* Employment Agreements
* Loan Documents
* Bankruptcy Claims
Real Estate Services:
* Purchase and Sale Agreements
* Entity Formation
* Takedown Agreements
* Loan Documents
* Land Use
* Bankruptcy Creditor Representation
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