Since first joining Anthony Law in 2007, Vincent P. Zuccaro (Vince) has run the gamut of nearly every practice area the firm offers, including litigation, commercial and corporate transactions, real estate, employment law, and estate planning. Since 2015, Vince has been the firm’s lead corporate litigation attorney at both the trial and appellate levels.
Vince is a seasoned litigator at all levels, on business-related disputes encompassing fiduciary disputes among business partners, fraud, breach of contract, consumer protection law, and professional negligence, among other things. He is a strong advocate to his clients and, more importantly, a “counselor” in every sense of the word, helping his clients navigate the professional and emotional ups-and-downs of everything from small to “bet the company” lawsuits.
Outside of the office and courtroom, Vince is an avid cook and oenophile who occasionally finds time to jog. He lives in Grandview Heights with his beautiful wife Brittany, where, in the rare event of an argument, he loses every time.
-reversed on appeal trial court’s dismissal of claims for negligent misrepresentation and fraud involving a third-party accountant’s liability for verifying falsified financial records
D&H Autobath, LLC, et al. v. PJCS Properties I, Inc., et al., 983 N.E.2d 891 (Ohio 12th Dist. 2012)
-successfully argued on appeal affirmance of trial court’s dismissal of claim brought by individual condominium unit owner contesting amendment to condominium association’s declaration and bylaws and removing common element tennis court
Hoffman v. Maisons Lafayette Condo. Block A Owners’ Ass’n, 2014 Ohio App. LEXIS 4550 (1st Dist.)
-affirmed on appeal trial court’s dismissal of nuisance lawsuit brought by adjoining property owners claiming that client, a residential landlord, was negligent in responding to allegedly disruptive behavior of tenants
Edward J. Hamilton, et al. v. Hibbs, LLC, et al., 2012 Ohio App. LEXIS 3581 (10th Dist.)
-obtained sanctions award against opposing plaintiff and attorney for over $18,000 in attorney’s fees incurred by client, a contractor, defending a frivolous construction lawsuit in which plaintiffs refused to attend depositions and offered falsified supporting documents in discovery
Matthew Vanderbuilt, et al. v. Capital Exteriors, LLC, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Case No. 14CV002618
-successfully invoked the “Supplier Cure Offer” provision of the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act (R.C. § 1345.092) to preclude plaintiff homeowner from possibility of collecting treble damages and attorney’s fees against client, a contractor
Nicholas G. Arnold v. Brian P. Cady, et al., Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Case No. 12CV010822
-successfully represented purchaser of commercial property in breach of contract action against bank attempting to rescind real estate purchase contract
Patrick Shea v. Guernsey Bank, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Case No. 12CV002541
-successfully obtained temporary restraining order on behalf of nationwide scrap metal wholesaler in breach of contract action
Industrial Surplus, Inc. v. Da Ming Industrial Metals, Inc., Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Case No. 12CV000770