Lidia B. Ebersole

  • Undergrad School: Bachelor of Arts: English Philology; The University of Podlasie (Poland)
  • Graduate School: Master of Arts: English Philology; The University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz (Poland)
  • Law School: The University of Toledo College of Law
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Firm: Roetzel & Andress
One SeaGate
Suite 1700
Toledo OH 43604
United States

Lidia focuses her practice in the areas of business, employment, transportation, and premises liability litigation, and business/employment-related immigration. With both private practice and judicial appellate clerkship experience, Lidia regularly counsels clients through the pre-trial, trial, and appellate processes in federal and state courts in Ohio and Michigan.

Lidia was born and raised in Lukow, Poland, where she formerly taught English as a second language in a local public school. She moved to the United States in 2006 and received her Juris Doctor shortly after gaining United States Citizenship. Since then, Lidia has appeared as a guest speaker, welcoming new citizens at naturalization ceremonies in Northwest Ohio. Lidia gives back to the community by serving as Vice Chair of the Ohio Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Language Services and by being involved in numerous service organizations, including the Perrysburg Rotary Club and Polish-American groups in the Northwest Ohio area.

As one of the few Polish-speaking attorneys in America, Lidia regularly counsels Polish businesses and provides consultation to Polish attorneys regarding the U.S. legal system to allow them to better serve their clients doing business in the U.S.

Resources & Articles

Legal Alert | MI Supreme Court Alters Premises Liability Law Framework & Open and Obvious Doctrine

Legal Alert | MI Supreme Court Alters Premises Liability Law Framework & Open and Obvious Doctrine

Posted August 7, 2023

ABOUT THIS ALERT Have you ever defended against slip and fall allegations on your premises after a plaintiff fell on something that was open and obvious, like a pothole or ice and snow? Michigan Supreme Court says possessors now have a duty to protect invitees from such open and obvious… Continue Reading

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