Dayton, Ohio

Austin Landing I
10050 Innovation Drive
Suite 400
Dayton, Ohio 45342-4934

Phone: 937.443.6600
Fax: 937.443.6635

Office Partner-in-Charge:
Wray Blattner
Wray.Blattner@ThompsonHine.com

Office Manager
Kimberly S. Carter
Kimberly.Carter@ThompsonHine.com

Overview

Our address has changed to Austin Landing, but our connection to our clients and the Dayton community remains strong. As one of the region's largest law firms, we will continue to provide the superior client service and community leadership for which we are consistently recognized.

Clients know that our Dayton and Cincinnati offices together comprise one of the most comprehensive and successful practices in Southern Ohio. Reflecting the accolades of our clients and our successes on their behalf, we have been recognized by authorities in the legal field, such as:

  • The Best Lawyers in America
  • Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business
With experience in a broad range of industries, we are deeply connected to how the law impacts today's business environment. We have breadth and depth of experience in all of thefirm's major practice areas.

In addition, we participate along with all Thompson Hine offices in the firm's Spotlight on Women® Program and our firmwide Diversity & Inclusion Initiative. Both initiatives involve mentoring and outreach to individuals both within and outside the firm to provide networking opportunities and interaction with community leaders.

As do all Thompson Hine offices, we apply our firm's Client Service Pledge to our commitment to provide an outstanding work environment built on mutual respect, teamwork and diversity. Both individually and as a group, 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:

  • Access to Justice
  • Alzheimer's Association Miami Valley Chapter
  • American Veterans Heritage Center
  • American Red Cross
  • Bike Miami Valley
  • Boonshoft Museum of  Discovery
  • Children's Dyslexia Center, Valley of Dayton
  • CityWide Development Corporation
  • Clothes That Work
  • Culture Works
  • Dayton Contemporary Dance Company
  • Dayton Area League of Women Voters
  • Dayton Art Institute
  • Dayton Bar Association
  • Dayton Bar Association Foundation
  • Dayton Business Committee
  • Dayton Chamber of Commerce
  • Dayton Council on World Affairs
  • Ohio/Dayton Diversity Council
  • Dayton Intellectual Property Law Association
  • Dayton Performing Arts Alliance
  • Dayton Tech Town, Inc.
  • Dayton Bar Association Young Lawyers
  • Diabetes Dayton
  • Downtown Dayton River Run Project
  • Federal Bar Association, Dayton Chapter
  • Generation Dayton
  • Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley
  • Greater Dayton Mental Health Foundation
  • Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project
  • Miami Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America
  • Miami Valley Hospital Foundation
  • Miami Valley International Trade Association
  • Miami Valley Research Foundation
  • Miriam Rosenthal Memorial Trust Fund
  • Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District
  • Moraine Caddy Scholarship Fund
  • National Conference for Community and Justice of Greater Dayton
  • Oakwood Athletic Boosters
  • South Community, Inc.
  • South Metro Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Tecumseh Land Trust
  • The University of Dayton School of Law
  • United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
  • Wegerzyn Gardens Foundation
  • West Chester - Liberty Chamber Alliance
  • Wright State University
  • Yellow Springs Historical Society
  • YMCA of Greater Dayton
  • YWCA of Greater Dayton
About Our City

Commonly known as the "Birthplace of Aviation," Dayton also is referred to as the "Cradle of Creativity." The city has one of the highest concentrations of technical practitioners in the world, with more than 23,000 engineers, scientists, computer specialists and technicians working in various industries. As a result, Dayton is one of the top 25 metropolitan areas in the country in numbers of patents awarded by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. It is not surprising, therefore, that the core of Thompson Hine's patent and trademark practice is located in Dayton.

Dayton boasts many diverse organizations and community groups that welcome volunteers with open arms. It is a city where young professionals can readily make an impact on and contribute to the community's growth. Dayton offers the sophisticated lifestyle of many larger cities coupled with unrivaled access to all the region has to offer.

Directions
CAUTION: The Innovation Drive location of our Dayton office is  a relatively new address and may not be accurate in GPS car systems or on some online mapping services. We are located just off I-75 where Springboro meets Miamisburg. You can see our building from I-75. To get to our building you will take Exit 41 off I-75. Please use care when using GPS systems.
 
From Toledo/Downtown Dayton/North:

Take I-75 South to Exit 41, Austin Boulevard
At the end of the exit ramp, turn left into Austin Boulevard
At second light, turn left into Austin Landing
At the end of this entrance way, turn left on Innovation Drive and follow road along I-75 to Thompson Hine building, marked “Discovery Place”
Use the parking lot at the north end of the building

From Columbus/East:

Take 70 West to I-675 South until it ends at I-75
On I-75 South take Exit 41, Austin Boulevard
At the end of the exit ramp, turn left into Austin Boulevard
At second light, turn left into Austin Landing
At the end of this entrance way, turn left on Innovation Drive and follow road along I-75 to Thompson Hine building, marked “Discovery Place”
Use the parking lot at the north end of the building

From Cincinnati/South:

Take I-75 North to Exit 41, Austin Boulevard
At the end of the exit ramp, turn right into Austin Boulevard
At first light, turn left into Austin Landing
At the end of this entrance way, turn left on Innovation Drive and follow road along I-75 to Thompson Hine building, marked “Discovery Place”
Use the parking lot at the north end of the building