Senior Attorney Adam Todd

“Sound legal advice is a part of any well-reasoned business decision. My goal is to be a trusted advocate, strategist, and partner to my clients.”

Phone: (614) 939-9955
Fax: (614) 939-9954

Adam recently joined the Mac Murray & Shuster team in full force, serving our clients in the automotive, financial service, and real estate industries. Adam brings significant experience in all stages of litigation and business transactions. He has represented companies of all sizes in both state and federal courts and counseled clients across a wide range of business decisions and transactions.

Prior to joining M&S, Adam worked first as a litigation associate for a large, regional law firm and later as a solo practitioner. His practice focused on business law and litigation, including real estate transactions, commercial foreclosures, and business disputes. Adam brings over a decade of sophisticated legal experience to the M&S team.

A respected thought leader in the legal community, Adam has been published by prominent legal publications, including the National Law Review and Law 360. His work is also featured in practice notes and standard documents marketed nationally to attorneys and law firms by the world’s largest legal publisher. Adam’s professional achievements have earned him recognition as an Ohio Super Lawyer® Rising Star 2013-2016 and as an Ohio Super Lawyer® 2017, awards given to less than 2.5% and 5% of Ohio lawyers, respectively.

Adam is committed to bringing his legal skills to other areas of the community. Passionate about contributing to successful adoption processes, he counsels birth mothers and fathers through the surrender process, in partnership with a local adoption agency. He also serves as a mentor for the Columbus Bar Association (CBA) Incubator Program and volunteers for the Central Ohio Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS).

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Dealership Advisor

Ohio Law: “As Is” Only Protects a Car Dealer from Implied Warranty Claims

Many car dealers believe that selling a vehicle “as is” prevents the buyer from bringing a lawsuit for defects. Unfortunately, “as is” does not bar all future claims. In Ohio, a buyer can maintain a fraud claim against a used car dealer even if the vehicle is sold “as is” if the dealer knew or should have known of vehicle defects.

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