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Ali Razzaghi

Ali Razzaghi

Frost Brown Todd
3300 Great American Tower, 301 E. Fourth Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-651-6844
arazzaghi@fbtlaw.com
Ali is a member in the Litigation Department of Frost Brown Todd LLC, where he represents and advises commercial and consumer clients throughout various industries on a broad spectrum of litigation areas and topics, with a focus on business litigation matters. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and his J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where he graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors. Ali has tried numerous cases and successfully argued various motions at both the state and federal levels before judges and magistrates in Hamilton, Warren, Butler, Clermont, Greene, and Franklin Counties, Ohio. He has also drafted winning briefs in the First District Court of Appeals as well as the Supreme Court of Ohio. For his accomplishments, Ali was selected for inclusion as a “Rising Star” in Ohio’s Super Lawyers magazine for 2009, 2011, and 2012.

Ali is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Cincinnati Bar Association, and he currently serves as the Sixth Circuit Chair of the Business and Commercial Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association, Litigation Section. Ali is also very active in the community. In addition to being a member of the 2010 C-Change Class of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce—a year-long program for emerging leaders in the Cincinnati region that focuses on leadership development and community engagement—Ali serves on the Board of Directors of Building Blocks for Kids, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with health-related needs that are unmet through traditional financial means.

Education:

J.D., University of Cincinnati College of Law, 2006, magna cum laude
BA, University of Virginia, 2002

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Publications:

“Technology Traps: Ethical Considerations for Litigators in a 24/7 Online World,” Litigation Magazine, Winter 2010 "Self-Dealing: When a Fiduciary Relationship Arises in the Lending Context," ABA Business Torts Journal, Summer 2007 Dominguez-Cota v. Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.: A Convenient Forum for Addressing Subject Matter Jurisdiction, 74 U. Cin. L. Rev. 689 (2005) Hill v. Lockheed Martin Logistics Management, Inc.: "Substantially Influencing" the Fourth Circuit to Change its Standard for Imputing Employer Liability for the Biases of a Non-Decisionmaker, 73 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1709 (2005)

Community involvement:

Building Blocks for Kids (Board of Directors), Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce – C-Change Alumni Association, Defense Research Institute