Isaac Wiles Ohio 500

Isaac Wiles Managing Partner Brian M. Zets Selected to Ohio Business Magazine’s “Ohio 500”

COLUMBUS, OHIO (October 26, 2023) – Brian M. Zets, managing partner of Isaac Wiles and chair of the firm’s Public Law Practice Group, has been selected to Ohio Business Magazine’s second annual “Ohio 500” list of the state’s most influential executives.

Ohio Business Magazine describes the list as “a look at what leadership means in the state of Ohio.” The magazine’s selection process includes asking readers to fill out an online survey, speaking with a nominee’s business partners, reaching out to community leaders, and undertaking additional research.

“To be listed among Ohio’s most influential business leaders is a great honor,” said Zets. “My inclusion shows that the work done by me and my colleagues at Isaac Wiles is having a meaningful impact on businesses, local governments, and the Ohio legal community.”

Zets was named Managing Partner in June 2022. In addition to chairing the firm’s public sector practice, Zets serves as law director for the City of Pataskala, is legal advisor for three townships, works as solicitor for seven villages, and has been retained as special counsel by numerous political subdivisions throughout Ohio.

After receiving his undergraduate degree in political science from The Ohio State University in 1993, Zets earned a law degree from the University of Toledo College of Law in 1996. He joined Wiles Boyle in 2007, which later became the Isaac Wiles firm.

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