Jennifer Corinis , Of Counsel
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Jennifer W. Corinis has deep trial and appellate experience, in both federal and state courts, focusing on claims of alleged individual and class discrimination, Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as well as complex medical malpractice and tort cases. Prior to joining the firm, Jennifer was an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Middle District of Florida where she gained valuable courtroom experience—approximately a dozen trials and more than ten oral arguments before the Eleventh Circuit. Before joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Jennifer spent six years in private practice at two large Boston law firms, where she defended auditing firms in securities class actions, and participated in employment and intellectual property matters.
Charles Galvin, Member
Frost Brown Todd
Charles leverages his first-chair trial and appellate experience in courtrooms to achieve successful results in complex legal disputes. He has significant experience as part of the firm’s Business Litigation practice group prosecuting and defending a wide range of claims. He regularly advises clients on issues regarding unfair competition and restrictive covenants.
As part of the firm’s Government Services practice group, Charles advises townships, municipalities, school districts, political subdivisions, state agencies, and elected officials regarding zoning, eminent domain, land use, taxpayer lawsuits, election law, and constitutional issues. Charles is also part of the firm’s Appellate practice group, and has helped successfully affirm or reverse trial court decisions throughout Ohio either by drafting briefs or at oral argument.