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Neil S. Rubin

Neil Scott Rubin

  • Attorney

Cleveland Office:

Biography

Neil Rubin brings a wide-ranging background to the Spitz, The Employee's Law Firm having first earned a BS and MS in Environmental Science prior to embarking on the practice of law. An attorney admitted in Ohio since 1998, Neil has a broad legal background and real-world business, transactional and litigation experience. He has held positions with academia, major corporations, small law firms and as a solo practitioner focusing on employment law, general civil litigation, privacy law, and criminal defense.

About Me
Interview questions and answers:

It is no surprise that business entities and individuals with large monetary resources can tip the scales of justice in their direction without the merits of the case even being reached. Too many times, the “little person’s” rights are trampled on with impunity. This is why I have always worked for less-advantaged clients who have been legally wronged.
Yes, I did! I went to night law school at Cleveland State. During the day, while my wife worked, I cared for two toddlers in diapers. She returned home at 4:00 pm, I drove downtown, studied for an hour and attended class from 6-10 pm four nights per week as well as a class on Saturday morning. This went on for four years. Then, our third child was born three months before the bar exam. It’s a wonder that my wife and I survived. (We finally figured out what caused pregnancy.)
Keep contemporaneous written notes–what, when, who. Keeping notes about discriminatory mistreatment at the time of the events is much more persuasive than attempting to recall and prepare a timeline after the fact.

Education

  • Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland, Ohio
    • J.D. - 1997
  • The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
    • B.S.
  • The University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio
    • Master of Science - 1985

Bar Admission

  • Supreme Court of Ohio, 1998
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Ohio, 1999
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 6th Circuit, 2001
  • U.S. Supreme Court, 2002
  • Ohio, 1998
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