Ian R. Hoke
Ian is an Associate of the law firm of Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co., L.P.A. (KWGD) and a member of the Oil, Gas & Mineral Law practice section. Ian is co-editor of Discoveries, the firm’s digital Utica Journal Newsletter.
Ian also served in the Ohio Army National Guard as an infantryman and later a military policeman. He was deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he spent his time advising and assisting Iraqi counterparts in the city of Fallujah.
Ian currently resides in Brecksville with his wife Katie.
- Counsels oil and gas clients on a variety of matters, including: mineral sales, pipeline rights of way, amendments to oil and gas leases, and water use agreements; and mineral rights disputes under the Ohio Dormant Minerals Act and Ohio Marketable Title Act
- Real Estate Title Insurance Agent (2013-2014)
- Prior to joining Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co., L.P.A., Ian worked as an attorney in the Oil and Gas Practice Section of another Ohio firm with a focus on drafting oil and gas drilling title opinions
- Ohio University, B.A. in Political Science/Pre-law with a minor in History
- Member: Pi Sigma Alpha, National Political Science Honor Society
- Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D.
- Senior Editor: Journal of Law and Health
Courts and Bar Associations:
- Stark County Bar Association - Member
- Ohio State Bar Association - Member
- American Bar Association - Member
Notable Publications and Presentations:
- "Surviving in a Downturn: An Examination of Legal and Economic Alternatives" (June, 2016) Ohio Oil and Gas Association Bulletin
Professional and Community Affiliations:
- Ohio Oil and Gas Association, Member
- Mineral & Energy Law Foundation, Member
- Y-Stark! - Member
- Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) - Lifetime Member
- ICAN Housing Solutions, Board of Directors
Honors and Awards:
- Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star
- Reminger Award for Meritorious Writing in the field of Law and Health, 2009
- Surviving in a Downturn: A Examination of Legal and Economic Alternatives
- The Supreme Court of Ohio Accepts Appeal of Two Additional Dormant Mineral Act Cases
- Eisenbarth Decision Narrows Application of DMA
- Additional Dormant Minerals Act (DMA) Questions Certified to Supreme Court Of Ohio
- Filing of Declaration & Notice of Pooled Unit Held to be Operations