Frank Klaine practices municipal law, school law, tax assessment law and employment and business law. He also has extensive estate planning and estate administration practice.
Municipal Law: Frank has represented the City of Wyoming since 1981 and the City of Loveland since 2001. As their representative Frank has dealt with all areas of municipal governance including day to day problem solving and dispute resolution, business, real estate, zoning and development issues including the creation of community reinvestment areas and tax increment financing, employment related problems, including discrimination and grievance matters and annexation and referendum matters.
School Law: Frank has provided to Sycamore Community School District specific project real estate advice and representation in tax assessment valuation hearings involving all aspects of commercial real estate valuation, including major office buildings, retail and commercial properties, warehouse and industrial. Frank has also represented Great Oaks Institute of Technology & Career Development in complex employment and discipline matters.
Tax Assessment: Frank represented major Cincinnati commercial property owners and school districts in building and land valuation matters before the Hamilton and Butler County Boards of Revision, Court of Common Pleas, State of Ohio Board of Tax Appeals and the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Grievance: Frank serves on the Cincinnati Bar Association Grievance Committee involving lawyer misconduct and has litigated grievance matters on behalf of the Cincinnati Bar Association to conclusion before the Supreme Court of the State of Ohio.