Victor V. Anselmo
Victor V. Anselmo joined the firm as a partner and manages the firm’s Ohio practice. He has over twenty years of experience in the field of ad valorem property tax litigation and has represented clients in this field at the administrative trial court and appellate levels. In 1990, he became a Magistrate in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, Division of Domestic Relations. Victor returned to private practice in 1991 and has successfully litigated cases before all levels of Ohio courts and administrative tribunals, including several jury verdicts of seven figures, and representing taxpayers before the Ohio Supreme Court.
- University of Dayton, Bachelor of Science
- Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, JD
- Ohio - 1988
- Federal District Court - 1995
- American Bar Association
- Ohio State Bar Association
- Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
- 2018 President of St. Ignatius Alumni Association
- Cleveland Baseball Federation, Board Member
Presentations and Articles
- "Ohio Supreme Court's Recent Bronx Park South III Decision Reinforces the Statutory Obligation to Determine the Fee Simple Interest for Real Estate Property Tax Purposes" featured in the June, 2019 edition of IPT Insider.
- "Case Law Update", Appraisal Institute, Ohio Chapter's 41st Annual Economic Seminar, Columbus, 2018 (co-panelist with Kieran Jennings)
- "Preparing the Appraiser for Trial Testimony: Training, Tips and Techniques from the Front Lines" Appraisal Institure Annual Conference, Austin, 2014 (co-presenter with Kieran Jennings and Sharon DiPaolo)