Columbus, Ohio

41 South High Street
Suite 1700
Columbus, Ohio 43215-6101

Phone: 614.469.3200
Fax: 614.469.3361

Office Partner-in-Charge:
Michael V. Wible
Michael.Wible@ThompsonHine.com

Office Manager
Lori Muetzel
Lori.Muetzel@ThompsonHine.com

Overview

Our Columbus office serves Central Ohio clients with an emphasis in the areas of Business Litigation, Corporate & Securities, Investment Management, and Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation.

Client satisfaction with the quality and value of our work is our top priority, as reflected by our Client Service Pledge. Our commitment to exceptional client service has garnered many professional accolades. Lawyers in our office have attained outstanding national and regional reputations and are regularly recognized for excellence and leadership in their fields by such authorities as The Best Lawyers in America® and Chambers USA.

We offer an outstanding work environment built on mutual respect, teamwork, diversity and a strong dedication to our community. Our Women’s Initiative, Spotlight on Women®, and our firmwide Diversity & Inclusion Initiative incorporate mentoring and outreach to individuals within and outside the firm to provide networking and professional development opportunities and interaction with community leaders. As individuals and collectively, we participate in civic and charitable endeavors, and contribute hundreds of hours to numerous pro bono matters, so that we may give something back to our community through leadership, volunteer work and our own initiatives.

Community Involvement

We actively participate in a broad range of community organizations including:

  • Amethyst Incorporated
  • Battelle for Kids
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Ohio
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Children’s Hunger Alliance
  • City Year Columbus
  • Columbus 2020
  • Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Community Shelter Board
  • Conway Center for Family Business
  • Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio
  • Dublin Food Pantry
  • Franklinton Gardens
  • Jazz Arts Group
  • Jimmy Crum Labor of Love
  • Lincoln Theatre
  • Make-a-Wish
  • Men’s Varsity O Alumni Association
  • Music Loves Ohio
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society
  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital
  • Pelotonia
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • TechColumbus
  • United Way of Central Ohio
  • The Women’s Fund
About Our City

Columbus is the seat of Ohio’s state government and home to The Ohio State University. With more than 1.75 million metropolitan area residents, Columbus is at the heart of the largest concentration of population and economic activity in North America. Already the second-fastest growing major metropolitan area in the Midwest, the entire community is seizing new opportunities to propel Greater Columbus into the ranks of the nation’s most innovative, attractive and business-friendly communities.

The city offers a wide variety of options for sports fans. The Arena District boasts the 18,500-seat Nationwide Arena, home ice for the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets, along with Huntington Park, home to the Columbus Clippers, the triple-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians. In addition, Columbus hosts the OSU Buckeyes, Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew and the PGA Memorial Tournament.

Columbus provides many avenues for cultural enrichment, including The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, ranked the #1 zoo in the United States, and the Center of Science and Industry (COSI), named the #1 science center in the country by Parents magazine. Columbus is also home to the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, BalletMet, Columbus Museum of Art, Opera Columbus and Wexner Center for the Arts.

Directions

From Northwest

  • From 33, take 270 South, Grove City
  • From 270 South, Take 70 East, Columbus
  • 70 East to Front Street Exit - stay in left lane and it will turn into Front Street
  • Follow Front Street approximately 5 blocks while staying in the far right lane
  • DoubleTree Suites Hotel has green awnings and will be on the right side of Front Street
  • Capital Street Alley is the first right after the hotel. (If you reach Broad Street, you have gone too far)
  • Huntington Center Parking is the first immediate right off of Capital Street Alley. The garage is marked by large gold letters that read PARK
  • Take Huntington Center elevator bank (east side of garage) to Level 5
  • Go through revolving door; elevator banks are straight ahead
  • Take elevator to Thompson Hine offices on the 17th floor

From North (I-71)

  • 71 South to Broad Street exit
  • Turn right at the stop light onto Broad Street
  • Go straight on Broad Street past the High Street intersection
  • Turn left at the next alley (Wall Street)
  • Turn right at the first alley (Capital Street)
  • Parking is on your immediate left
  • Take Huntington Center elevator bank (east side of garage) to Level 5
  • Go through revolving door; elevator banks are straight ahead
  • Take elevator to Thompson Hine on the 17th floor

From North (State Route 315)

  • 315 South to 670 East
  • From 670 East exit on 3rd Street
  • Follow 3rd Street for about 7 blocks
  • Turn right onto State Street (after you pass the State House)
  • State Street dead ends into Front Street
  • Turn right onto Front Street
  • DoubleTree Suites Hotel has green awnings and will be on the right side of Front Street
  • Capital Street Alley is the first right after the hotel. (If you reach Broad Street, you have gone too far)
  • Huntington Center Parking is the first immediate right off of Capital Street Alley. The garage is marked by large gold letters that read PARK
  • Take Huntington Center elevator bank (east side of garage) to Level 5
  • Go through revolving door; elevator banks are straight ahead
  • Take elevator to Thompson Hine on the 17th floor.

From East

  • 70 West to the 4th Street exit
  • Do not turn right onto 4th Street
  • Continue straight to Fulton Street
  • Fulton dead ends into Front Street
  • Turn right onto Front Street
  • DoubleTree Suites Hotel has green awnings and will be on the right side of Front Street
  • Capital Street Alley is the first right after the hotel. (If you reach Broad Street, you have gone too far)
  • Huntington Center Parking is the first immediate right off of Capital Street Alley. The garage is marked by large gold letters that read "PARK"
  • Take Huntington Center elevator bank (east side of garage) to Level 5
  • Go through revolving door; elevator banks are straight ahead
  • Take elevator to Thompson Hine offices on the 17th floor

From South

  • Take 71 North to 70 East.
  • Exit at the Front Street exit - stay in the left lane and it will turn into Front Street
  • Follow Front Street approximately 5 blocks while staying in the far right lane
  • DoubleTree Suites Hotel has green awnings and will be on the right side of Front Street
  • Capital Street Alley is the first right after the hotel. (If you reach Broad Street, you have gone too far)
  • Huntington Center Parking is the first immediate right off of Capital Street Alley. The garage is marked by large gold letters that read PARK
  • Take Huntington Center elevator bank (east side of garage) to Level 5
  • Go through revolving door; elevator banks are straight ahead
  • Take elevator to Thompson Hine offices on the 17th floor.

From Airport

  • Take 670 to Downtown
  • Exit on 3rd Street
  • Follow 3rd Street for about 7 blocks
  • Turn right onto State Street (after you pass the State House)
  • State Street dead ends into Front Street
  • Turn right onto Front Street
  • DoubleTree Suites Hotel has green awnings and will be on the right side of Front Street
  • Capital Street Alley is the first right after the hotel. (If you reach Broad Street, you have gone too far)
  • Huntington Center Parking is the first immediate right off of Capital Street Alley. The garage is marked by large gold letters that read PARK
  • Take Huntington Center elevator bank (east side of garage) to Level 5
  • Go through revolving door; elevator banks are straight ahead
  • Take elevator to Thompson Hine offices on the 17th floor.