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We take a collaborative approach developing legal solutions for middle-market and small businesses, as well as individuals.

who we are

With an ideal blend of inventive thinking and midwestern practicality, Isaac Wiles holds a unique position among Ohio law firms.

Isaac Wiles is a premier, full-service law firm that strives to deliver results that exceed our clients’ expectations by adding maximum value to their organizations. We achieve this goal by hiring and retaining top-level diverse talent in all functional areas of our firm and by working collaboratively to leverage our combined expertise. Our 41 plus attorney firm, with eleven practice areas, can manage complex sophisticated legal matters while offering personal, thoughtful client service.

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legal services

Our lawyers have valuable experience across a broad landscape of legal specialties backed by an array of high-value technical, human and information resources.


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Unlike the federal judicial system, all judges in Ohio are elected, not appointed. This means, however, that each judge hopeful […]

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Proposed Overtime Rules Could Mean Higher Salaries for Ohio’s Exempt Employees

In a recent article for Columbus Business First, Isaac Wiles Partner Jeffrey Stankunas delves into the potential impact of proposed […]

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Your Boss and Your Phone: The Mike Babcock Scandal Highlights a Workplace Battleground

Featured Attorney: Ryan Spitzer In an interview with Columbus Monthly, Ryan Spitzer, an attorney in Isaac Wiles’ Labor and Employment […]

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Transit Agencies Should Tread Carefully When Restricting Photography

In my continuing work with transit agencies, the Ohio Transit Risk Pool (OTRP) recently asked for an opinion on the […]

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Post-Marital Agreements a Key Component to Estate Planning for 2nd Marriages

Second marriages always involve more complex and ethically challenging estate planning circumstances for seasoned estate planners. Planning to protect the […]

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Custody Evaluators vs. Guardians ad Litem – What is the Difference?

Recently, the Ohio Supreme Court issued guidelines regarding custody evaluations in family law cases. Not every case involves a custody […]

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