Keis George LLP has named Ethan Clark an associate in the firm’s property subrogation practice. Clark will focus on large property losses involving product liability, fire and water damage, and construction defect matters. Clark will also litigate negligent workmanship matters involving utility company errors, general and subcontractor liability, and other types of deficiencies. Clark will assist in the firm’s defense practice, defending our insureds in bodily injury and contractual claims, including bad faith.
Ethan Clark Joins Property Subrogation Practice
Clark is at the forefront of his peers as his understanding of the changing nature of litigation allow him to be a reliable resource to those within the firm. He is often approached to discuss various legal theories and tasked with identifying ways to counter strategies used by opposing counsel.
Warren S. George, managing litigation partner, commends Clark’s litigation methodology. “Ethan energizes the litigation department. He has many good ideas and he is not afraid to challenge former procedures. That’s where his creativity will benefit our clients.”
Clark is a welcome addition to the firm’s property subrogation practice. A partner oversees each file to recovery with the support of firm associates and paralegals. The firm’s managing litigation partner encourages each partner and their respective associates to roundtable files so that every large loss is guided toward the best result.
As a law clerk at Sprague Law, LLC, Clark participated in the Litigation Clinic at Wake Forest University School of Law, where he earned his juris doctor. Prior to law school Clark earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from The Ohio State University.
Clark is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, and the Federal Bar Association, which allows him to both integrate himself in the legal community and stay up to date on what is happening in the world of law. Clark works with the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, bridging the gap between attorneys and those who need quality legal assistance.