Strauss Troy Welcomes Attorney Brian O’Connell As A New Shareholder

Strauss Troy, one of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s leading law firms, announced that Brian O’Connell has joined the firm as a shareholder. O’Connell concentrates his practice in the areas of complex commercial litigation, construction litigation, intellectual property litigation, products liability, regulatory and tort law. “The firm is continually adding new expertise to help us …Read More

Eight Strauss Troy Attorneys Recognized As 2013 Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars®

Strauss Troy congratulates its six attorneys who were recently named 2013 Ohio Super Lawyers®. Cincinnati attorneys named are: Claudia Allen, Anthony Barlow, William Flynn, James Heldman, R. Guy Taft and Richard Wayne. Three of these Super Lawyers (Ms. Allen, Mr. Heldman, and Mr. Wayne) have the unique distinction of being named to this prestigious list …Read More

2013 Fast 55 Finalists Named By Business Courier Strauss Troy Named Presenting Sponsor

Join Strauss Troy and the Business Courier for the ninth annual Fast 55 awards luncheon as we recognize, honor and celebrate our region’s 55 fastest-growing companies. The Business Courier has named the 2013 finalists, ranking Greater Cincinnati’s emerging businesses in five revenue categories. Category winners will be named at a June 6 luncheon event at …Read More

Strauss Troy Included In Forbes MagazineOhio Lawyers Section

The most successful law firms are those whose cultures radiate. Their cohesion, rigorous standards and forward-thinking initiatives manifest in the many ways they serve their clients and communities. Strauss Troy Co., LPA, one of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s premier business law firms, is a prime example. Founded in 1953 and serving clients across the …Read More

Are Iris Scans Unconstitutional? The Coming Battle Over High-Tech Police Gear And Your Right To Privacy

Iris scans, facial recognition, and fingerprint scanning are just some of the latest tools now available to local police. Departments are gearing up with new high-tech, hand-held equipment to make their jobs easier. But, strong Constitutional challenges are likely brewing. They will center on your reasonable expectation of privacy as a U.S. citizen and the …Read More