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Robert J. Bux

Areas of Practice

Estate planning and probate administration in Ohio and Florida, business and corporate law, civil litigation


University of Cincinnati, J.D., 1978

Ohio State University, M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1973

Ohio State University, B.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1971

Certifications: Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law, Ohio State Bar Association

Bar Admissions

All Ohio Courts, all Florida Courts, U.S. District Court - Northern District of Ohio, U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, U.S. Supreme Court

Honors and Awards: Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating AV Preeminent™; Best Lawyers in Ohio

Representative Experience 

Counsel to numerous businesses regarding formation, sales, contracts, employment
Counsel to numerous insurance agencies regarding sales, buy/sells, employment contracts, covenants
Successfully litigated dozens of civil jury trials
Successfully litigated will contest and trust challenge probate jury trials
Probated 100's of estates in Ohio and Florida

Community Affiliations 

Huntington National Bank Community Board of Trustees
Medina Hospital Board of Directors
Leadership Medina County
Medina General Hospital Foundation, retired chairman of the board
Medina Community Band, 25 years drummer
Ohio State University Alumni Marching Band
Professional Affiliations

Ohio State Bar Assoc., probate law section
Florida Bar Assoc., probate law section
Medina County Bar Assoc., probate law committee
Northern Ohio U.S. District Court Magistrate Selection Committee
Medina County Common Pleas Court Mediation Committee


Robert J. Bux is a partner in the firm.

Robert was born and raised in Wadsworth, Ohio, graduating from Wadsworth High School in 1967. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree from The Ohio State University in 1971 and a Master of Science degree in 1973. While at Ohio State, he played snare drum for five years in the OSU Marching Band.  After graduation, he worked as a design and project engineer for three years.

Robert left engineering in 1975 to attend law school at the University of Cincinnati, being awarded the Katsanis Memorial Scholarship, and graduating in 1978.  Upon graduating he passed the Ohio bar exam, and joined the Medina law firm of Williams and Batchelder, mentored by William G. Batchelder, Jr. In 1984, Robert became a partner of the firm and was also admitted to practice in Florida.  He represents numerous individual and business clients in Ohio and Florida in matters of probate and estate planning, business and corporate law, and civil litigation.

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