Walter | Haverfield is pleased to welcome Max Rieker and Rina Russo

Max Rieker brings more than a decade of professional legal experience to Walter | Haverfield. With a focus on labor and employment issues, Rieker has successfully represented clients before various arbitrators, boards, commissions and trial and appellate courts throughout Ohio. He has extensive involvement in administrative investigations and prevailed in a variety of termination and employee discipline cases. He also has considerable experience in public sector collective bargaining as he represented clients in dozens of cases through the statutory fact-finding and conciliation process. [More]

Saluting the Best of the Best

We are pleased and honored that sixteen of our attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 24th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©. First published in 1983, Best Lawyers® based its 2018 listing upon the results of an exhaustive peer review survey, in which attorneys cast their votes regarding the legal abilities of other lawyers in their practice areas. Those who will be honored in the 2018 edition include: [More]

Minimum staffing ruling means OT ahead for Elyria firefighters

In an article written by reporter Lisa Roberson and published on August 1, 2017 in The Chronicle-Telegram (Elyria), Susan Keating Anderson was quoted extensively on the agreement which settled the Elyria firefighters’ union’s collective bargaining contract. The title of this article is, “Minimum staffing ruling means OT ahead for Elyria firefighters.” [More]