Strauss Troy is pleased to announce that 14 of our attorneys have been recognized as The Best Lawyers in America 2017
Strauss Troy will present an in-house seminar, “Advanced Topics in Commercial Real Estate” on Wednesday, June 7, beginning at 9 a.m. The presentation qualifies for 6.0 CLE Credit Hours; 6.0 Business, Commercial and Industrial Real Property Law. The presentation will be via a DVD provided by the Ohio State Bar Association. To register, please contact …Read More
Our nationally recognized attorneys work together as a team to be your legal partner, whether you need an attorney to handle a personal or a corporate matter. Strauss Troy has been recognized by U.S. News – Best Lawyers as a Best Law Firm in the following practice areas: Commercial Litigation Mass Tort/Class Actions – Plaintiffs Real Estate …Read More
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Christopher Groeschen is the newest member of Strauss Troy’s Real Estate, Corporate | Business and Litigation Practice Groups. Chris has been serving as a clerk for the firm and was just sworn in to the Ohio State Bar Association.
Strauss Troy Co., LPA, (Strauss Troy) has been named to the 2016 “Best Law Firms” in America rankings by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers. Additionally, nationally-known Real Estate Attorney Martin C. Butler was named Lawyer-of-the-Year® by Best Lawyers® for 2016.
Ten Strauss Troy attorneys have been honored as 2015 Best Lawyers by Best Lawyers®.
Strauss Troy provided legal counsel to the renovation and expansion of its client, Education Matters, an organization dedicated to enhancing access to education, personal growth opportunities and the overall quality of life for the Lower Price Hill Community.
Strauss Troy announces that Attorney Chris McDowell has joined the firm.
How well do you know your house’s history? Strauss Troy Attorney Brett Renzenbrink contributed legal advice to a story on WCPO asking that very question. The story focused on how homeowners can avoid being surprised after buying that their homes were once the sites of murders or other criminal activities.