Cleveland-based law firm Meyers, Roman, Friedberg & Lewis named Seth Briskin as the firm’s new managing partner, effective January 1. In addition, partners Bryan Dardis and Jenifere Singleton have been elected to leadership positions on the firm’s Management Committee.
Seth succeeds Peter Turner, who will step down after six years of service and continue in his role as chairman of the firm’s Civil and Commercial Litigation practice. In its 20-plus years, Meyers Roman has been led by two managing partners, Anne Meyers, founding partner, and Peter Turner. Briskin will be the firm’s third, and youngest, managing partner and will continue to serve as chairman of the Labor & Employment Group.
Briskin’s practice spans a myriad of labor and employment law issues involving private, public sector and non-profit organizations with both unionized and non-unionized workforces. S
Dardis acts as outside general counsel to closely held companies, real estate developers, lenders, manufacturers, contractors and service providers throughout all life cycle stages, including startup and organization, growth, maturity and exit.
Singleton has worked in the firm’s Divorce and Family Law Group for 15 years.