A retired Ohio appeals court judge has signed up with a Cincinnati law practice understood for prosecuting prominent whistleblower cases.
Mark Painter, who worked as a judge for Thirty Years, signed up with Helmer, Martins, Rice and Popham Co. LPA on
Aug. 1.” We are happy to reveal our association with among Ohio’s most skilled previous judges and released authors,” James Helmer Jr., president of the company, stated in a declaration.
A 1973 graduate of the University of Cincinnati law school, Painter was chosen to the Ohio Court of Appeals in 1994 and served till 2009. He formerly served on the Hamilton County Municipal Court for 13 years. More than 400 of his choices were released nationally throughout his profession as a judge.
Painter was chosen in 2009 by the General Assembly of the United Nations to the U.N. Appeals Tribunal, where he served till 2012 as the only American on the seven-member court.
An accessory law teacher at UC for 20 years, he taught company and collaboration in addition to innovative legal writing. He authored 18 editions of Ohio Driving Under the Influence Law, the only book on DUI in Ohio.
Helmer, Martins Rice & Popham Co. is an almost 30-year old company that has represented whistleblowers in lots of False Claims Act cases. It’s likewise understood for its operations in other locations, consisting of lead counsel in the estate of Roger Owensby, a federal rights case that produced the biggest authority’s cruelty settlement ever for a single death in the city of Cincinnati.