Experienced Former Contractor Joins Construction Area
Kegler Brown Construction Newsletter September 1, 2004
Kegler Brown is pleased to announce the addition of E. Rod Davisson. Hired as an associate with the firm, Davisson's practice will focus on construction law and litigation. He will work closely with Don Gregory, representing various clients in the construction industry.
Davisson brings a wealth of construction experience to Kegler Brown, having worked in the industry for more than a decade as a subcontractor before attending law school. Prior to joining Kegler Brown, Davisson was elected mayor of the rapidly expanding Obetz, a village of approximately 5,000 residents south of Columbus. He has held the position since 2003.
Davisson earned his law degree from Capital University Law School in 2001. While in law school, Davisson was named to dean's list and to the Order of the Curia. He also holds an undergraduate degree from Franklin University, where he studied business administration. Davisson also served in the United State Naval Reserve from 1989-1997. In 1991, he was recalled to active duty in support of Operation Desert Storm and assigned to the naval hospital at Patuxent River, where his unit was awarded the Naval Meritorious Unit Commendation. Davisson was also awarded a Naval Achievement Medal, National Offense Medal and Navy Reserve Meritorious Service Award during his tenure in the Navy.
Active in several community and professional organizations, Davisson serves as counsel to the Capital City Gymnastics Booster Club and to the Hamilton Township Athletic Association. He is also a member of the American Bar Association's litigation committee and the Columbus Bar Association's construction committee. In addition, Davisson is a member of the National Fire Protection Association and MENSA.