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Sean Alto Joins Cooper & Elliott

January 14, 2015 / Chip Cooper

Sean_Alto-HeadshotColumbus, Ohio – Ohio civil litigation law firm, Cooper & Elliott, is pleased to announce Mr. Sean Alto has joined the firm. Along with other attorneys at Cooper & Elliott, Mr. Alto will practice in matters of wrongful death, personal injury, medical malpractice and business litigation.

Mr. Alto’s reasons for joining Cooper & Elliott are numerous and include the opportunity to work with experienced and respected trial attorneys and litigators, as well as the ability to try interesting and challenging cases. “My primary reason for joining Cooper & Elliott is due to the firm’s stellar reputation,” said Mr. Alto. “They tend to take on large and very important cases – those cases where litigation may be contentious but where they still obtain favorable outcomes for their clients.”

How well an attorney will fit into the Cooper & Elliott culture is an important consideration when hiring a new attorney at the firm. “We’re careful about who we bring on board, and that holds true with regard to Sean Alto”, said Chip Cooper, the firm’s co-founder. “What immediately struck us about Sean is that in addition to being an excellent lawyer he’s an intelligent, creative and compassionate person, and those are really important characteristics for an attorney at Cooper & Elliott.”

Rex Elliott, the firm’s other co-founder remarked, “One of the many things that impressed us about Sean is his authenticity. He’s just an open, genuine and approachable attorney. Those qualities are at our very core here at Cooper & Elliott, so Sean fits right in.”

Mr. Alto currently serves as the Chair of the Columbus Bar Association’s Common Pleas Court Committee. He received his Juris Doctorate from Capital University Law School, and received his undergraduate degree at The Ohio State University. Mr. Alto resides in Columbus with his wife, Kelly, and their cocker spaniel, Teddy. When he’s not at work, Sean enjoys golfing and long-distance cycling.

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