The Cincinnati Business Courier ProfilesStrauss Troy’s New President Marshall Dosker

Andy Brownfield of the Cincinnati Business Courier profiled Strauss Troy’s new president, Marshall Dosker, in his feature, “After early start in business world, Dosker found home at Strauss Troy.” Related article: Marshall Dosker Named President of Strauss Troy

Strauss Troy Honored At Annual CREW Gala

Strauss Troy was honored by CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) at their Annual Sponsor Appreciation & Holiday Celebration Luncheon on December 10th. Strauss Troy Attorneys Bill Strauss and Philomena Ashdown have served on their Board of Directors. In 1993, Strauss Troy Attorney Philomena Ashdown and a small group of Cincinnati women began to meet regularly to …Read More

Strauss Troy Attorney Frank Klaine Will Present CLE Course January 15th On Tax Valuation, Assessment And Review Procedures

Strauss Troy Attorney Frank Klaine will present a one-hour CLE course on Wednesday, January 15th at the Cincinnati Bar Center located at 225 E. Sixth Street, Downtown Cincinnati. Frank will discuss tax valuation, assessment and review procedures. The program will provide 1.0 hour of Ohio CLE credit and 1.0 hour of New Lawyer Training credit. …Read More

Strauss Troy Attorney Mary Beth Stevenson Elected Secretary of Fort ThomasBusiness Association

Strauss Troy Attorney Mary Beth Stevenson has been elected to the position of 2014-2015 secretary of the Fort Thomas Business Association. The FTBA promotes the success and growth of all businesses in Fort Thomas, Kentucky through strategic and collective marketing efforts, business-to-business networking, community engagement and professional development. By promoting private enterprise and economic development, in conjunction with …Read More

Strauss Troy Attorney Pete Smith Named Best Lawyers® 2014 Cincinnati Project Finance Law “Lawyer of the Year”

  Strauss Troy Shareholder Pete Smith has been named the 2014 “Lawyer of the Year” for Project Finance Law in the Cincinnati area. Best Lawyers® honors one attorney per practice area in each community as “Lawyer of the Year.” Pete has deep industry experience in all aspects of real estate development and financing with an emphasis …Read More

Ten Strauss Troy Attorneys Recognized By Best Lawyers®

Ten Strauss Troy attorneys have been named among The Best Lawyers In America©. Based solely on peer review, being selected by Best Lawyers® is a significant honor. For more than 30 years, Best Lawyers® lists have been regarded worldwide as the most trustworthy, unbiased source for legal referrals. “Year after year, a large group of our attorneys are named Best Lawyers®,” …Read More

Attorney Mary Beth Stevenson Joins Strauss Troy

  Attorney Mary Beth Stevenson joins the firm as an associate and member of the Strauss Troy real estate practice group. She focuses her work on real estate closings, title insurance, escrow services, title insurance defense, contract negotiations and general litigation. Mary Beth has extensive experience in designing, developing and implementing strategic plans for commercial, residential …Read More

Attorney Brett Renzenbrink Joins Strauss Troy

Strauss Troy, one of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s leading law firms, announced that Brett Renzenbrink has joined the firm as a litigation attorney. He focuses his practice in the areas of complex commercial and business litigation, real estate law, banking and foreclosure. “The firm is continually adding new expertise to help us meet the …Read More

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

Is It Time To Appeal Your Ohio Or Kentucky
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Real Estate Tax Valuation?

Whether you own investment or owner-occupied real estate or a private residence, you’ve likely questioned how the taxes for your property are set and whether they are too high. Although certain credits and exceptions may apply to a particular situation, the taxes levied on your real estate are the product of multiplying a tax rate …Read More