LAW OFFICES OF
MARGOLIUS, MARGOLIUS AND ASSOCIATES
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
55 Public Square, Suite 1100
The Illuminating Building
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
(216) 621-6214; (216) 621-2034
FAX (216) 621-1908
LAW PRACTICE: Law firm practice of nine attorneys, with representation in litigation (employment and housing), Social Security disability representation, Long Term Disability, Workers Compensation and personal injury. Personal emphasis directed to public interest law, including equal employment and fair housing law, services included training in fair housing and employment law, educational and outreach efforts.
Advocacy for protected classifications, including disability, race, gender, religion, pregnancy, familial status, and interracial associations. Jurisdiction generally predicated under Titles VII and VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 1968, as amended (Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (employment discrimination statute), Fair Housing Act (federal and Ohio), ERISA, and Americans with Disability Act. Parallel pendant state jurisdiction under Ohio statutes also frequently utilized. Extensive practice before federal and state courts, Ohio Civil Rights Commission, Housing and Urban Development, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Practice also includes political and constitutional litigation, age discrimination long term disability, and employment at will exception law. (see MARGOLIUSLAW.COM)
AFFILIATIONS: Former chair of Ohio and Cleveland Employment Lawyers Association; Board, Ohio Employment Lawyers Association (2002-present); Old Stone Foundation (2004-present); Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland (Board).
EDUCATION: J.D., Case Western Reserve University (1983)
B.A., Emory University (1980)
COURT U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio, (1984); State of ADMISSIONS: Ohio (all courts) (1984); Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (1986); United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
EXPERIENCE: Representation of individuals, non-profits, primarily in employment, disability and housing fields, in federal and state courts and administrative settings.