About Ron Schuler

Ron Schuler has been practicing corporate, M&A, start-up, technology, and securities law for over 30 years, and served as the managing partner of the Pittsburgh office of a regional law firm for almost a decade. A native Southern Californian and grandson of Mexican immigrants, Schuler is a graduate of Pomona College and Cornell Law School. He was a lead member of the City of Pittsburgh’s legal team for the planning and construction of PNC Park, home to Major League Baseball’s Pittsburgh Pirates, and was the author of the Forbes Field II Task Force Final Report (1996), the urban planning justification for PNC Park’s location. He has also served as a senior operating officer of a $100 million oil and gas company, and is the founding chairman of Pittsburgh’s community-supported jazz radio station, WZUM-FM. Schuler was elected as a fellow of the American Bar Foundation in 2021.

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Selected Publications

  • ANGELEÑOS: L.A.’S GOLDEN AGE, a Novel (Marquez Press, 2020)
  • “Top Legal Issues for European Clients Targeting a U.S. Acquisition,” BNA Bloomberg Mergers & Acquisitions Law Report (January 2015) (with James Baldwin and Sara Mansuri)
  • “Early Pittsburgh Lawyers and the Frontiers of Argument and Dissent,” University Of Pittsburgh Law Review, Vol 73, No 4 (2012)
  • “Capital, Labor and Lawyers: The Changing Roles and Rising Influence of the Pittsburgh Bar During the Gilded Age,” University Of Pittsburgh Law Review, Vol 73, No 4 (2012)
  • “Whatever Happened to Agnes Lowzier?,” published in NOIR CITY SENTINEL ANNUAL #3: THE BEST OF NOIR CITY SENTINEL (Film Noir Foundation, 2011)
  • “Aristotle,” Yareah (December 2009)
  • “Hubbert’s Prediction,” Tulsa GeoSpectrum (December 2005)
  • “Forbes Field II Task Force Final Report,” Office of the Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh (June 1996)
  • “Corporate Reorganizations in the 1990s: Guiding Directors of Troubled Corporations Through Uncertain Territory,” 47 The Business Lawyer 1 (November 1991) (with Lewis U. Davis, Jr., M. Bruce McCullough, and Eleanor McNulty)

Work in Progress

  • SEVEN BALLPARKS IN PITTSBURGH, a history and memoir

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