Art Schoulties is a political subdivisions attorney and brings diverse experience to his practice. An experienced litigator, he has advised and represented a range of clients in the areas of medical and legal malpractice defense, nursing home and long term care defense, commercial and business disputes, product liability, premises liability, collections/profit recovery, and e-discovery.

Additionally, Art has advised corporate clients with respect to HIPAA, Stark Law, Anti-Kickback and Medicare/Medicaid. He has provided counsel to risk management programs, advised directors, boards and senior executives on corporate governance matters, drafted and negotiated a multitude of varied types of complex contracts and agreements, developed departmental compliance policies and procedures, and advised with respect to internal insurance programs. Additionally, Art has advised corporate clients with respect to construction surety bond underwriting and has helped to facilitate resolutions to large construction contractor defaults.

Pragmatic in his approach, Art assists clients in effectively and efficiently fulfilling all their litigation, compliance and transactional needs.


University of Cincinnati College of Law (J.D.), 2010; Dean’s List; Dean’s Scholar

University of Kentucky (B.B.A in Decision Science and Information Systems, cum laude), 2002



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Arthur P. Schoulties

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  • 312 North Patterson Blvd.
    Suite 200
    Dayton, OH 45402 -1800


  • State of Ohio, 2010
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, 2014
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