Adam R. Webber

Adam Webber



Phone: (937) 264-8710
Fax: (937) 264-8711

Adam has been practicing law since 2006 and has carved a name for himself in the greater Dayton legal community. He has extensive experience in federal and state court, arbitrations, mediations, and administrative hearings, and has a proven record of resolution and satisfaction for his clients.

Adam enjoys the professional respect and esteem of his fellow lawyers and judiciary. He has repeatedly been nominated to leadership positions within the Dayton Bar Association—whether as a practice committee chair, grievance and disciplinary committee member, and as a member of the Dayton Bar’s Board of Trustees. He is also one of the few lawyers entrusted with the solemn job of prosecuting local lawyers who have violated their professional duties.

A litigator and advocate at heart, Adam knows how to turn his clients’ legal position and strongest arguments into results. And because he is so often retained to solve problems others’ created, he is adept at helping his clients avoid those same pitfalls and mistakes. His advocacy skills were honed first as a competitive high school and college debater (he attended University of Pittsburgh on a debate scholarship), then as a successful law school advocacy competitor, and finally in his years of courtroom work.

After work, Adam enjoys spending time with his wife, Sarah, and four young children. Adam is also an accomplished beekeeper, and his friends, family, and EF&W co-workers are always well-stocked with honey.


  • Ohio State Courts
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Ohio
  • U.S. Tax Court
  • U.S. Supreme Court


  • The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law
    • Juris Doctorate, 2006
  • University of Pittsburgh
    • Bachelor of Arts – Politics & Philosophy, 2003
    • Business Dual-Major


  • Durable Power of Attorney, Dayton Bar Association, Bar Briefs, February 2019
  • Don’t Get a Demand Letter: Pay your Paralegals Overtime, Dayton Bar Association, Bar Briefs, September 2017
  • Do You “Like” or “Dislike” Keeping Your Job? Can an Employee be Fired for Their Facebook Posts?, Dayton Bar Association, Bar Briefs, May 2012.


  • Ethics for the Labor & Employment Attorney, Presentation for the  Dayton Bar Association Labor and Employment CLE, December, 2016
  • Expansion and Delineation of Section 7 Rights at the NLRB, Presentation for the Dayton Bar Association Labor and Employment CLE, December 7, 2015 
  • Trade Secret Tactics, Presentation for the University of Dayton School of Law, November 5, 2015.    
  • LGBT Discrimination and Employment Rights in Ohio, Presentation for the Dayton Bar Association Diversity Day, April 4, 2014.
  • E-Discovery in Employment Litigation: Technical and Practical Insights, Dayton Bar Association, Labor and Employment Annual CLE, December 2012.
  • Same-Sex and LGBT Discrimination and Related Issues in Ohio Employment Law, Dayton Bar Association Bench-Bar Conference, November 2010.
  • FMLA Update: New Protections for Military Service-Members and Their Families, Dayton Bar Association, Labor and Employment Annual CLE, April 2010.
  • What the Employment Lawyer Needs to Know About the Work Opportunity Tax Credit: A Tax Incentive to Discriminate?, Dayton Bar Association, Labor and Employment Annual CLE, April 2010.
  • The Employment Lawyer’s Guide to the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act of 2008 (GINA), Dayton Bar Association, Labor and Employment Annual CLE, April 2010.
  • Basic Training: An Update on Military-Employment Law, Dayton Bar Briefs, Labor & Employment Law Committee, February 2010.


  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • Dayton Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association
  • Ohio Employment Lawyers Association
  • Toward Independence, Inc., Non-Profit Board Member



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