Drew’s experience has been primarily in civil defense litigation and general practice. He has substantial first chair jury trial and appellate experience, as well as experience with various business formation transactions. Prior to joining our firm, Drew was engaged in insurance defense and business litigation. He has also served as Associate General Counsel for a major corporation. Drew’s litigation experience has enabled him to practice extensively throughout the courts in Ohio. Drew also consults on business and risk management issues.
As a student, Drew received an award from the Ohio Association of Economists and Political Scientists for an article on consumption taxes. He was a two-year member of the law review serving as a member and Articles Director. Drew was published in 1992 for his article “The EU Commission de Havilland Decision: Potential Problems in European Community Merger Control are Realized.” He also served as a legal intern for Chief Justice Thomas Moyer of the Ohio Supreme Court and for the Ohio Secretary of State, Corporation Division.
Drew received his undergraduate degree, cum laude, in Business Administration and Economics from Capital University in 1990. In 1993, he graduated, Order of the Curia, from Capital University Law and Graduate Center. Drew is a member of the Columbus and Ohio State Bar Associations and admitted in all Federal and State Courts of Ohio.
Drew and his wife are the proud parents of three daughters.