Ethan T. Clark is an attorney with Keis George LLP. He was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 2017. Ethan is a 2017 graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law and a 2012 graduate of The Ohio State University where he majored in Sociology. In law school, Ethan was a member of the Journal of Business and Intellectual Property, an intern for the Shelby County Defenders Office, and a law clerk at Sprague Law LLC.
Ohio Subrogation Attorney
Ethan is an associate in the firm’s property subrogation group where he litigates third-party claims on behalf of insurance carriers and self-insured businesses. Ethan’s practice concentrates in property subrogation where he represents insureds in commercial and civil disputes involving product liability, fire and explosions, and construction defect matters. Ethan also defends our insureds in the defense of coverage litigation and contractual claims, including bad faith.
Ethan is at the forefront of his peers, understanding the changing nature of litigation and offering a transactional practice to complement the traditional litigation focus with which subrogation is known for.
Property Subrogation Attorney
Ethan is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association. Ethan also works with the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, bridging the gap between attorneys and those who need quality, pro bono legal assistance. Ethan stays active and entertained by friends and family, when he is not focused on client work and supplying our Cleveland office with sweet treats. Ethan appreciates continued education, pop culture, and all things Ohio sports.