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.
Strauss Troy sponsored the Greater Cincinnati Mortgage Bankers Association’s (GCMBA) annual golf outing, which took place on July 14 at the Kenwood Country Club.
Strauss Troy’s “Justice League” tied for third place in the 17th annual Cincinnati Corporate Olympics today on Fountain Square. The attorney/staff team – made up of Attorneys Erinn McKee Hannigan, Brian O’Connell and Brett Renzenbrink, employees Lucy McCormack and Debbie Hilling (alternate), Special Olympian Justin Mossburger, and Brian O’Connell’s daughter, Kacey – competed against other corporate teams in games …Read More
Rick Wayne Celebrates 11 Consecutive Years as an Ohio Super Lawyer Strauss Troy is proud to announce that five of its attorneys were recently named 2014 Ohio Super Lawyers®. Cincinnati attorneys named are: Anthony Barlow, William Flynn, Erinn McKee Hannigan, R. Guy Taft and Richard Wayne. Mr. Wayne has the unique distinction of being named …Read More
The Greater Cincinnati Mortgage Bankers Association (“GCMBA”) has named Strauss Troy Attorney Brett Renzenbrink to its 2013-2014 board of directors. As a director for the GCMBA, Brett brings new energy, fresh ideas and a lawyer’s perspective to the contemporary issues facing local, regional and national-scale mortgage lenders. “The GCMBA has grown immensely as an organization in the past …Read More
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