Notable News – October 2017

Sunday October 1, 2017 Published in

Wegman Law is proud to announce that Peter A. Hessler was recently featured in an article published in the Attorney at Law Magazine®. In the article, Peter shares his thoughts regarding his nearly 39 years in the practice of law and his continuing pride in the legal profession. Peter believes that helping the firm’s clients receive the justice they deserve is the most rewarding aspect of his work. In the article, Peter talks about his opportunity to practice law with two of his children, Rachel Lyons and Aaron Hessler. Peter said “It’s truly a wonderful blessing to be able to practice with your children. Something I truly treasure.”  The entire article may be accessed at:  www.attorneyatlawmagazine.com/cleveland.

Rachel E. Lyons was recently appointed by the Ohio State Bar Association Leadership Academy Advisory Council to be a member of its 2018 Leadership Academy. Rachel will be joining attorneys from around Ohio for the opportunity to network, collaborate, and build relationships with leaders in the legal profession.

Angela M. Lavin will be speaking at National Business Institute’s December seminar entitled, “Business Attorney’s Guide to Information Technology” on December 19, 2017.

Jay R. Carson successfully resolved a private eminent domain legal action in the Lorain County Court of Common Pleas, resulting in the dismissal of the action. Wegman Law’s successful defense strategy will result in the payment of some of our client’s legal fees.


Wegman Hessler specializes in business law for business leaders, applying legal discipline to solve business problems to help business owners run smarter. For more than 50 years, this Cleveland business law firm provides full-service strategic legal counsel for closely held businesses. Learn more at www.wegmanlaw.com.

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