Rob Erney started his law practice, Erney Law, Co., L.P.A., on July 1, 1998. The practice is located at 1654 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43203. Mr. Erney has a general civil tort practice in the fields of personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, insurance disputes, employment litigation, sexual harassment in the workplace, and pharmaceutical liability. He represents injured people in all Ohio and Federal Courts, as well as, administrative agencies. Mr. Erney believes that lawyers must hold firm to their moral and ethical values, keep a good sense of humor, communicate honestly with the Court and cooperate with opposing counsel. He believes that law is a service profession designed to help people solve problems and disputes.
- Ohio Dominican College – B.A. 1975 Cum Laude
- University of Cincinnati, College of Law – J.D. 1984
- Fraternity: Phi Alpha Delta
- Recipient: American Jurisprudence Award in Torts; Lawrence Maxwell Memorial Prize for Excellence in Appellate Advocacy; Anderson-Moot Court Award, National Competition
- Columbus Bar Association, 1986 – present; Chair, Negligence Law Committee 1993 – 1995; Member, Trial Advocacy, Professionalism and Common Pleas Court Committees; one of the founders of the CBA Trial Advocacy Institute; lecturer / organizer of CBA Seminars involving negligence, trial skills, product liability and appellate practice; active in Practice Interview Program; Member of Lawyers for Justice Program. Current President (2020 – 2021)
- Ohio State Bar Association, Member, 1986 – present; Negligence Law Committee 1993 – present.
- American Bar Association; Member, 1986 – present, Member of Negligence, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability and Insurance Sections, 1988 – present.
- American Association for Justice; Member, 1986 – present
- Ohio Association for Justice; Member, 1992 – present
- Franklin County Trial Lawyers Association; Member, 1986 – present, Board of Directors, 2000 – present; Chairman, Medical Negligence Committee, currently Vice-President
- Cincinnati Bar Association; Member, 1984 – 1986
- Admitted to practice law in all Ohio Courts, 1984; United States District Court, Western Division of Ohio, 1985; United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth District, 1986; Supreme Court of the United States of America, 1988;
- American Inns of Court, Robert Duncan Chapter, 1994 – 1996; Rotary Club of Columbus, 1996 – present, currently First Vice-President; Community Service Committee; Columbus Chamber of Commerce, 1994 – 2004; Holy Spirit Parish, Parish Council, Parish Finance Council; Walnut Heights Youth Athletic Association, Trustee; Big Brother with Big Brothers / Big Sisters Association 1975 – 1976; Hospital volunteer Ohio State University Hospitals 1976;
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