Edward Marks focused his practice in estate planning, trust administration, probate work, real estate, and personal planning. His work included advising numerous small and mid-sized businesses. He also worked closely with non-profit organizations around the area with a focus on organizational issues and building strong relationships both between their professional staffs and volunteer leaders, and in their legal relationships with the general community. Edward also has a long history of experience in dispute resolution. Mr. Marks’ community service has included the boards of the Cincinnati Arts Association (Secretary), Greater Cincinnati Arts and Education Center (Secretary), Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati, Jewish Cemeteries of Greater Cincinnati (President), and other non-profit organizations. He has served on the governing boards of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Cincinnati Bar Association as well as numerous law-related committees. He formerly was president of Cincinnati-Kharkiv Sister City Project (and its successor, Cincinnati-Ukraine Partnership), and has served on the boards of his synagogue (K.K. Bene Israel) and of the Union for Reform Judaism, Midwest Council. Mr. Marks has lectured widely in continuing legal education courses. A former radio personality and broadcast journalist, he taught Broadcast Law to electronic media majors at the University of Cincinnati and, for almost 10 years, hosted a weekly television show on the local ABC affiliate, Ask Your Lawyer. He has contributed heavily to the Ohio Bar’s 250+-page general law text, The Law and You.