Richard H. Glazer
Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Richard Glazer is an experienced trial lawyer who focuses his practice upon the representation of landowners in condemnation matters, also known as appropriation, across Ohio. With over 30 years experience in Ohio eminent domain litigation, Richard has represented property owners in appropriation matters for a variety of public projects including: the expansion of a public library, the Kentucky Speedway, aviation easements for airport expansion, urban renewal and redevelopment projects, utility and energy projects, and takings by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for a dam project. He has represented the owners of all types of property including private homes, banks, shopping centers, office complexes, apartment complexes, hotels/motels, sports arenas, restaurants, car dealerships, service stations, veterinary clinics, hospitals, and other commercial, residential and special use properties.
From 1973-1982, he was the lead attorney in the Eminent Domain Office of the Ohio Attorney General in Cincinnati where he represented the Ohio Department of Transportation in condemnation cases involving highway and bridge projects. While employed with the Ohio Attorney General, he authored a manual on Ohio Eminent Domain Law for the Attorney General’s office. He has dedicated the last 30 years to representing private property owners in eminent domain litigation against ODOT, the State of Ohio, various Ohio cities and counties as well as utilities and the federal government.
Bar Admissions and Memberships
- American Bar Association
- Ohio State Bar Association
- Cincinnati Bar Association
- Member, American Association for Justice
- Member, The Ohio Association for Justice
- Member, Hamilton County Trial Lawyers Association