Theodore J. Lesiak
Theodore J. Lesiak, joined the firm in 2013 after managing two law firms for nearly 20 years in Medina County. Mr. Lesiak graduated from Ohio University in 1986. After receiving his law degree from the University of Akron in 1989, Mr. Lesiak accepted a judicial clerkship for the Honorable Daniel B. Quillin of the Ohio Court of Appeals, Ninth Appellate District. He is admitted to practice in the State of Ohio, the United States District Court – Northern District of Ohio and Western District of Michigan, the United States Court of Appeals – Sixth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.
Mr. Lesiak has a wealth of trial and appellate experience. His accomplishments include obtaining a judgment in excess of $9.3 Million in the case of Kemp v. Reno which involved real estate and bank fraud. Mr. Lesiak has also represented numerous municipal entities including the County of Medina, the Villages of Seville, Lodi, and Chippewa Lake, and Guilford Township. His practice focuses on corporate and commercial law, civil litigation, municipal and government law, real estate and development, personal injury, and domestic relations. Mr. Lesiak has contributed to the Ohio Lawyer legal publication authoring an article on appellate procedure.
Mr. Lesiak serves as legal counsel to the Greater Akron Baseball Hall of Fame and the Roy Hobbs Foundation. He has been honored as the Medina County United Way Pro Bono Attorney of the Year, and has also served his community as a member of the City of Medina, Ohio - Charter Review Commission, the Medina County Free Clinic, the Knights of Columbus, as a coach of various youth sports and assists the Archbishop Hoban Mock Trial Team. Mr. Lesiak is a member of the Order of Omega National Leadership Honorary and the American, Ohio State and Medina County Bar Associations where he has served as Chairman of various committees.