David W. T. Carroll
Broad experience in the representation of design professionals and others including insurance defense and business litigation, general business representation, and administrative agency practice since 1976. Mr. Carroll has particular expertise in the representation of consulting architects and engineers in contracting, malpractice, and business matters. His experience includes insurance defense work, representation before state and federal administrative agencies, construction litigation, commercial landlord-tenant work, bankruptcy litigation, public utilities work, and general commercial litigation.
Admissions to Practice: Supreme Court of Ohio, 1976; Supreme Court of Arizona, 1985 (currently inactive); Supreme Court of the United States, 1980; United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, 1976; United States Tax Court, 1985; United States District Court for the District of Arizona, 1989.
Professional Affiliations: State Bar of Arizona, Construction Law Section, Section Council member 1988-1990, Section Legislation Chairman, 1988-1991; Ohio State Bar Association, Administrative Law Committee, Chairman 1981-1984, 1999 to present, Construction Law Committee, Columbus Bar Association. Currently member of Ohio State Bar Association, and Columbus Bar Association.
Education: J.D., Cum Laude, 1976, Capital University Law School, Bexley, Ohio. Law Review; Order of the Curia. and B.S., Business Administration, 1970, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
Publications: Ohio Administrative Law Handbook, Editor, Banks Baldwin Law Publishing Company, 1985. Architect-Engineer Law in Arizona, Cambridge Institute 1989, 1990 and 1991. "Misconceptions about the ADA," Co-author, Facilities Management Journal, January/February 1992. Student note, "The Voting Booth with Steel Bars: Prisoners' Voting Rights and O'Brien v. Skinner," 3 Cap. U. L. Rev. 245.
Carroll, Ucker & Hemmer LLC includes over 80 years of combined litigation experience with over 30 years related to the defense of architect and engineer malpractice claims as well as a variety of contract and other related business matters.
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