Brett M. RenzenbrinkAssociate
Brett Renzenbrink is a member of the Strauss Troy litigation department. He focuses his practice in the areas of complex commercial and business litigation, real estate law, banking and foreclosure.
Prior to joining Strauss Troy, Brett practiced at Luper Neidenthal & Logan out of Columbus. He has also worked as a staff attorney to Magistrate Michael L. Bachman of the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas, where he drafted decisions on a variety of matters, including Board of Revision issues, employment and complex commercial litigation. Brett also has experience managing his own firm, Renzenbrink Law, where he handled criminal, civil and immigration issues for both individual and business clients. During law school, Brett was actively involved in the Kenton County prosecutor’s office and the Ohio Justice and Policy Center, where he became the first non-attorney to argue and win in the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals on a Section 1983 Claim.
- Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law
(J.D., cum laude)
- The Ohio State University (B.A. cum laude)
- Represented major financial institutions, such as Bank of America, on multiple complex litigation issues, including federal regulatory compliance and real party in interest under Schwartzwald.
- Argued and won in the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals on an 8th Amendment Civil Rights deliberate indifference issue.
- Argued and won in the 8th District Court of Appeals on complex lender compliance issues.
- Represented numerous small business entities on a myriad of legal issues, including unemployment, discrimination, and contract negotiation.
Honors & Recognition
- Real Estate