Our national reach and regional focus gives us significant breadth and depth of experience in the following industries and areas of the law:
- Antitrust & White Collar Crime
- Business Litigation
- Business Restructuring, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy
- Commercial & Public Finance
- Corporate Transactions & Securities
- Emerging Technologies
- Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
- Health Care
- International Trade
- Labor & Employment
- Life Sciences
- New Ventures
- Personal & Succession Planning
- Product Liability
- Real Estate
Our commitment to providing exceptional service and value is reflected in our Client Service Pledge. We have been recognized for more than 10 consecutive years as one of the top law firms in the country for client service excellence in The BTI Client Service A-Team: Survey of Law Firm Client Service Performance. In addition, our capabilities and exceptional service have been recognized by authorities including:
- Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business
- Ohio Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars
- The American Lawyer’s “Big Deals”
- The Best Lawyers in America®
We actively participate in a broad range of community organizations including:
- BRIDGES for a Just Community
- Cincinnati Ballet
- Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
- Cincinnati May Festival
- Cincinnati Museum Center
- Cincinnati Opera
- Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
- Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
- Dan Beard Council Boy Scouts of America
- Downtown Cincinnati Inc.
- Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati
- Freestore Foodbank
- United Way of Greater Cincinnati
- Visions Community Services
- YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
- YWCA Greater Cincinnati
Cincinnati’s diversified economy provides a strong basis for economic growth. The area is home to companies such as Procter & Gamble, The Kroger Co., Fifth Third Bank, Convergys, General Cable, AK Steel, GE Aviation, Macy’s, Inc., Total Quality Logistics, Staffmark Holdings, Inc., Western & Southern Financial Group and Ashland Inc.
Major exports from area companies include jet engines, plastics, machinery, computer software, paper and consumer goods. Foreign investment in the Cincinnati area is also rising rapidly as companies from Japan, England, Germany, France, Italy and Canada continue to strengthen their presence here.
Cincinnati’s riverfront area is a hub of activity with Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Bengals, and Great American Ball Park, home of the Reds. U.S. Bank Arena hosts concerts, figure skating, gymnastics and basketball, while the newly completed Banks development offers great options for dining and entertainment.
From the Greater Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport:
Take I-275 East to I-75 North; after crossing the Brent Spence Bridge into Cincinnati, Ohio, stay in your right lane and take the 2nd Street exit. Follow 2nd Street to Main Street, then turn left on Main Street then left on 3rd Street. Parking garage is just before Walnut Street on the right side.
Take I-75 South to the 2nd Street exit. Follow 2nd Street to Main Street, then turn left on Main Street then left on 3rd Street. Parking garage is on 3rd Street just before Walnut Street on the right side.
From Cleveland or Columbus:
Take I-71 South to the 3rd Street exit (exit is in the far left lane) toward Downtown/Riverfront. Follow 3rd Street two blocks to Scripps Center. Parking garage is just before Walnut Street on the right side.
From Northern Kentucky:
Take the 3rd Street exit (toward Downtown). At the base of the ramp, stay to your right and take the 3rd Street exit. Stay on 3rd Street and follow two blocks to Scripps Center. Parking garage is just before Walnut Street on the right side.