Trevor Hardy Joins Board of Little Italy Redevelopment Corporation

Ulmer Associate Elected to Help Lead Prominent Cleveland Community Development Group 

Ulmer & Berne LLP is pleased to announce that Associate Trevor J. Hardy was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Little Italy Redevelopment Corporation.

Little Italy Redevelopment Corporation (LIRC) is a non-profit community development organization made up of concerned residents, business owners, members of long-standing neighborhood institutions and other individuals. The organization was created to facilitate economic development, eliminate blight and deterioration and protect the cultural essence of the community.

Trevor focuses his practice on complex business litigation, including significant employment and labor matters. He counsels public and private companies on a wide range of issues in connection with both state and federal court actions.

“Ulmer is committed to helping preserve and responsibly develop Cleveland’s Historic Little Italy,” said William D. Edwards, Chair of Ulmer’s Employment & Labor group, and fellow LIRC board member. “I am honored to have Trevor join me on LIRC’s Board of Directors and look forward to working with him to help guide and grow this vital non-profit organization.”

Trevor earned his B.A. from University of Virginia and his J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. He is active in the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA) and regularly participates in the CMBA’s long-standing high school classroom volunteer program, The 3Rs – Rights, Responsibilities, and Realities.