Arthur Foth, Jr

    Arthur Foth Jr. is the senior partner in the law firm of Foth & Foth Co., LPA.  He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from John Carroll University in 1965 and his Juris Doctor degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1974.  Mr. Foth is licensed to practice law in Ohio and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.

 

    For over thirty-six (36) years, Mr. Foth has concentrated his practice in the area of common-interest community association law.  Mr. Foth’s legal representation of associations includes:  litigation to enforce restrictive covenants; collections and foreclosure actions; creditor-side bankruptcy litigation; drafting amendments to association governing documents, which were originally prepared by counsel for the real estate developers; issuing legal advisory opinions to association boards; attending annual association membership meetings; attending association board meetings; and conducting regular educational and training seminars for association board members.

 

    Mr. Foth has personally authored countless legal advisory opinions to association boards and drafted hundreds of amendments to association governing documents.  During his thirty-six (36) years as a legal practitioner, Mr. Foth has furthered the development of common interest community association law in Ohio by representing associations in such landmark appellate cases as Georgetown Arms Condominium Unit Owners’ Association v. Super (8th Dist. 1986) Ohio App.3d 132, 514 N.E.2d 899 and Bauman v. October Hill Camplot Owners’ Association, 5th Dist. No. 03 CA 7, 2005 Ohio 6194.

    Mr. Foth previously served as the President of the Board of his own homeowners’ association located in Medina Township, Medina County, Ohio.