E. Sean Medina Named to the 2020 Class of Leadership Cleveland

E. Sean Medina

Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP is pleased to announce that E. Sean Medina has been selected to participate in the Leadership Cleveland Class of 2020 sponsored by the Cleveland Leadership Center. Medina is one of 67 Cleveland-area professionals selected from businesses, nonprofits and public-sector institutions to participate in this year’s 10-month program.

Leadership Cleveland empowers recognized, senior-level leaders with knowledge, skills, and relationships to advance and deepen their impact on the community. This year’s program will challenge the diverse group of participants to develop collaborative leadership skills, establish a broader network of community-focused leaders and gain a deeper understanding of the complexities of the civic system. Class members are chosen through a highly competitive and selective application process.

Stanley R. Gorom III, CEO and Managing Partner of Hahn Loeser remarked, “Leadership Cleveland is an essential asset of our community – providing the essential training necessary for our future leaders. Hahn Loeser’s attorneys have a long history of participation in this top-notch program, which helps foster important insight, experiences and leadership traits.  We are proud that Sean has the opportunity to participate this year and we look forward to his continued leadership efforts within the firm and the community.”

Medina is a partner and career-long member of Hahn Loeser.  He is a commercial litigator who has represented companies in the healthcare, mining, title insurance, hospitality, and mortgage lending industries. Medina’s experience includes healthcare payor-provider disputes, breach of contract claims, franchise disputes, business tort claims, and class action defense matters.

Crain’s Cleveland Business recognized Medina as a Forty Under 40 Honoree in 2018. Medina is also the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Epilepsy Association in Cleveland, Ohio.

Medina earned his B.A. from Bowling Green State University and his J.D. from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.