Addressing Workplace Violence: Knowing Your Rights in Seeking Justice After an Assault


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Zach Klein

Columbus City Attorney

Zach Klein was sworn in as Columbus City Attorney on January 1, 2018 after previously serving as a member of Columbus City Council since January 2011, including two years as Council President from 2016-2017.

As prescribed by the Columbus City Charter, the City Attorney is “the legal adviser of and attorney and counsel for the city, and for all officers and departments thereof in matters relating to their official duties.”

Every day, the City Attorney’s office provides an array of legal services: defending the city against lawsuits; assuring that newly enacted legislation conforms with existing city code; approving contracts as to form and correctness; evaluating whether misdemeanor criminal charges should be filed in Franklin County Municipal Court; prosecuting traffic and criminal cases; providing oral and written legal opinions; serving as the legal advisor to the Columbus Divisions of Police and Fire; and eliminating public nuisances that persist in Columbus neighborhoods.

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