Richard Haber

PARTNER

Phone: (216) 325-0111

E-mail: rhaber@haberpolk.com

Richard Haber is widely recognized as an elite civil trial lawyer. Mr. Haber focuses his practice on all aspects of employment litigation, complex business litigation and representation of high net worth individuals.

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Shannon Polk

PARTNER

Phone: (216) 325-0112

E-mail: spolk@haberpolk.com

Shannon Polk represents clients in litigation and contract negotiations. Shannon has been trusted by a long list of professional athletes, Fortune 500 executives, large corporations, and multi-million dollar public entities to represent their interests in high-stakes legal disputes. As a compliment to his traditional law practice, Shannon also is a certified NFL player agent.

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Andy Kabat

PARTNER

Phone: (216) 325-0106

E-mail: akabat@haberpolk.com

Andy Kabat has represented clients in litigation and contract negotiations for twenty years. Andy is a trusted advisor and counselor to a wide array of individuals including: business executives, senior management, professional athletes, television/news professionals, radio personalities, artists, architects, accountants, and lawyers.

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Dan Connell

PARTNER

Phone: (216) 325-0108

E-mail: dconnell@haberpolk.com

Dan’s practice is devoted to litigation involving employment disputes, business torts, and contractual and commercial matters. Typically representing plaintiffs, Dan has represented clients in a variety of industries, including financial services, manufacturing, non-profits, government contracting, and professional sports.

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Mark Humenik

PARTNER

Phone: (949) 636-5754

E-mail: mhumenik@haberpolk.com

Mark Humenik is a fierce advocate for employees and talented professionals. He represents employees, executives, and business entities in prosecuting labor and employment litigation, complex commercial litigation, and specialty tort actions. He also specializes in representing professional athletes, coaches, and media personalities in contract negotiations and employment-related disputes.

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