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Marshall Dennehey Continues Expansion of Ohio Health Care Practice

May 1, 2013

Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin continues the expansion of its Ohio health care practice with the addition of Jason Ferrante, Esq., as an associate in the firm's Cleveland office. Ferrante focuses his practice on medical malpractice defense and has represented hospitals, physicians, and medical professionals in all aspects of health care liability litigation.

 “Jason is an outstanding defense attorney and we are pleased to welcome him aboard," said Sam Casolari, Jr., managing attorney of the Cleveland office. "His health care experience, coupled with noteworthy work at the appellate level, will greatly benefit our clients as they continue to navigate health care liability issues in an evolving and complex environment."

Ferrante, who was named a 2010 Super Lawyers Rising Star in medical malpractice litigation, is licensed to practice in Ohio and Kentucky. He was president of his class at Ohio University and received his J.D. from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. He is a member of the American and Ohio Bar Associations, and sits on the Civility and Professionalism Task Force at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association.

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