Practice Areas Corporate Law
Real Estate Law
Craig J. Van Horsten is a partner with Robison, Curphey &
O'Connell and has been practicing in the areas of real estate and general corporate law since 1976. He has served as legal counsel to a number of non-profit corporations, including the Downtown Toledo Improvement District, Inc., the Downtown Toledo Parking Authority and
CIFT. Craig has also appeared in symposia and seminars on a number of real estate and development issues.
Craig earned his Juris Doctor degree (with honors) in 1976 from The Ohio State University College of Law. He received his undergraduate degree from Miami (Ohio) University in 1973.
Real Estate. Craig was extensively involved with the legal aspects of a number of development projects in downtown Toledo, Ohio, including projects for Owens-Illinois, Inc., Libbey-Owens-Ford Co., Owens Corning and the American Maritime Officers, and other corporate real estate projects.
Craig has also represented corporate owners and tenants in North
American and international real estate projects.
Corporate Law. Craig advises shareholders,
members, directors, partners, and owners in corporate and entity governance, business succession and planning issues and capital transactions.
Downtown Toledo Development Corporation (Chair)
American Bar Foundation, Fellow
Ohio State Bar Foundation, Fellow - Class of 2011
Toledo Bar Foundation, Fellow
Lecturer in Real Estate Law of The University of Toledo College of Law, 1988, 1990
Ohio State Bar Association Real Estate Section Council (Secretary,
2007 - 2009; Vice-Chair, 2009 - 2011; and Chair, 2011 - present)
American Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association
Toledo Bar Association
U.S. District Court, Northern Ohio
U.S. Court of Appeals
U.S. Supreme Court
J.D., The Ohio State University (cum laude), 1976
B.A., Miami University, 1973
Ohio Super Lawyers - Real Estate Law, 2005 -
Who's Who in Toledo Area Law - Real Estate Law, Toledo
Business Journal, 2009 - 2012