August 9, 2021 – Ulmer & Berne LLP is pleased to share that attorney Samuel Botnick has been elected President of the Board of Central Kosher, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting kosher accessibility in Cincinnati, southern Ohio, and neighboring states through supervision, certification, education, and research.
As a Board Member of Central Kosher, Botnick has worked to promote the group’s mission assisting organizations in gaining kosher certification and connecting individuals with local kosher certified food establishments. In his new role as Board President, Botnick will continue to develop the group’s network of restaurants, grocery stores, and food manufacturers participating in its sponsorship program.
In his legal practice, Botnick focuses on real estate law and assists a diverse range of clients with various real estate transactions. He has special experience working with clients in the health care industry, including providing assistance with the real estate aspects of acquisitions, divestitures, and leases of long-term care facilities.
Botnick also serves on the Board of Mesivta of Cincinnati, an Orthodox Jewish yeshiva secondary school for boys, which is set to open in the Cincinnati area this fall. He earned his undergraduate degree from Ohr Somayach Tanenbaum College and his J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law.