Randy Carver, is President of Carver Financial Services Inc. an independent registered investment advisor and a registered principal with Raymond James Financial Services Inc. (member FINRA/SIPC). Carver Financial Services manages in excess of $725 million for clients globally.
Claire Johnson Saénz is a solo practitioner in Wexford, Pennsylvania who focuses her practice in the areas of estate planning and administration, franchise law and corporate law. She serves on the Board of Directors and the Court Outreach Team of SMART Recovery, a free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help group.
Robert F. DiCello graduated from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor of Arts degree and Master’s Degree from Northwestern University. He attended the Cleveland Marshall College of Law, at Cleveland State University where he was named The Editor-In-Chief of the Law Review. Cleveland State’s Law Review is recognized across the United States as an important and influential legal periodical that is edited and managed by students of the law school.
Judge Eugene A. Lucci has been a judge of the Lake County, Ohio, Common Pleas Court, General Division, since his election in 2000 (he is now in his third six-year term). He is the senior, and a past presiding and administrative, judge, and currently serves as his court’s security coordinator and technology chair. Prior to taking the bench, Judge Lucci was a trial attorney from 1980 to 2000, a municipal court acting judge from 1988 to 2000, a municipal police officer from 1975 to 1982, and a county sheriff’s special detective from 1995 to 2000.
Mark A. DiCello Esq., is a partner at The DiCello Law Firm. He is admitted to the State Bars of Ohio and New York as well as numerous Federal Courts. He is a graduate of the Trial Lawyers College. As a trial lawyer, Mr. DiCello represents plaintiffs from across the country. Mark has served as lead and co-lead trial and liaison counsel in many complex civil matters involving medical malpractice, wrongful death, truck crash, federal multi district litigation and class action litigation.
Mr. Burnett started his legal career as a Judge Advocate in the Marine Corps. The cases he litigated as a Marine were uniquely complex and challenging. Following his discharge from active duty, he transitioned from military trial advocate to civilian civil litigator and trial lawyer.
Colleen Falkowski has served as Judge of the Lake County Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Division, since January 2, 2003. Judge Falkowski is a graduate of Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio. She received her Juris Doctor from Cleveland State University, Cleveland Marshall College of Law. Judge Falkowski is admitted to the Ohio Bar, Federal Court of the Northern District Ohio, and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Eli was born in Switzerland where he first dabbled in programming on his IBM PC (whopping 4.77 MHz processor). He studied at Technion University in Israel, where he received a Bachelors of Science in Software Engineering. The majority of his career has been spent working as the Director of IT for a local college, which allowed him to gain an understanding of both the technical as well as the management aspects of a wide variety of projects.
Mr. Keefe received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Northern Illinois University and his MBA with Distinction from DePaul University. He is also a graduate of the ABA National Trust School at Northwestern University.
Robert J. DiCello is the founding member of The DiCello Law Firm. He went to college at John Carroll University, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1966. While working as a safety director for US Steel, Corp., he attended the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in the evenings. Mr. DiCello was published in the Cleveland-Marshall Law Review in 1969.
Judge Bartolotta is proud to have been recently appointed by Governor Kasich to the position of Probate Judge of the Lake County Probate Court. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Judge Bartolotta earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance, from the University of Akron. Rather than immediately going to law school, Judge Bartolotta worked as a claims adjuster for the Prudential and Allstate Insurance Companies. That experience as a claims adjuster helped motivate him to attend law school at Cleveland State’s Cleveland Marshall College of Law. In 1992, he earned his Law Degree.
Karen Lawson was elected Judge of the Lake County Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division on November 4, 2008. Judge Lawson took office on January 4, 2009. She made history in Lake County as the first woman judge to serve on the Juvenile Court bench.
Daniel Schindler is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Asset Archiving Services. Asset Archiving Services is a simple and convenient way for homeowners to obtain a highly detailed photographic inventory of their property and possessions.
Mark Abramowitz is a lawyer who is constantly looking towards the future. That future is one where technology is seemingly integrated into the practice of law. He believes that ever part of legal profession, be it discovery to client communication, can benefit from increased reliance on technology.