Richard A. HorningMr. Horning is a former teacher, coach, and a faculty member at the University of Akron. Mr. Horning focuses his practice on business entities, banking and transactional law, employment law, representation of public entities, real estate development, estate, trust and probate law. The practice includes civil litigation and administrative representation before a variety of state and federal agencies in Wyoming and Ohio.

As a former county prosecutor and municipal law director, and as a private sector management counsel for over forty years, his practice has addressed a broad assortment of issues, including tax legislation, labor and collective bargaining law, employee discipline and termination, defense of civil rights complaints and litigation on race, sex, age and handicap discrimination, creation and organization of public service bodies; zoning and annexation, government funding litigation, real estate development and construction lien law. He has practiced before agencies including the National Labor Relations Board and the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Mr. Horning has been a presenter at seminars sponsored by numerous professional associations and private professional seminar sponsors on a variety of topics such as banking law, business litigation, employment law and administrative law and has chaired committees and sub-committees within the associations.

Education and Honors

  • Juris Doctor, C. Blake McDowell Law School of the University of Akron; Akron, Ohio
  • Bachelor of Science, University of Akron; Akron, Ohio

Professional Associations and Admissions

  • Wyoming State Bar
  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • Wyoming State Courts
  • Ohio State Courts
  • United States District Court for the District of Wyoming
  • United States Tax Court