Three Strauss Troy Attorneys will present at upcoming National Business Institute (NBI) seminars.
Ten Strauss Troy attorneys have been honored as 2015 Best Lawyers by Best Lawyers®.
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 Emily Supinger has been appointed to a three-year term on the City of Cincinnati Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA). The ZBA hears all appeals from decisions of the Zoning Hearing Examiner, decisions of the Historic Conservation Board, decisions of the City Planning Commission, the issuance of a permit or Certificate of Compliance and …Read More
Attorney Julia Carney joins the firm as an associate and member of the Strauss Troy litigation practice group. She focuses her practice in the areas of municipal and local government, civil litigation, land use and zoning, eminent domain and historic preservation law. Before and during law school, Julia was city planner for government entities in Ohio …Read More
Attorney Matt Fellerhoff was selected by Mariemont Village Council to fight a road plan that will relocate state Route 32 through part of Mariemont’s south 80 acres. The proposed relocation is one piece of the Eastern Corridor project, which claims to expand public transportation, upgrade interchanges and build new roads in order to reduce traffic …Read More
Attorney Joe Braun, a shareholder at Strauss Troy, has been hired to replace retiring Miami Township Law Director John Korfhagen. Administrator Larry Fronk said hiring Braun now as an assistant will “provide a smooth transition. Beginning Jan. 1, Mr. Braun will become the next law director.” “You are now officially part of the team,” Trustee …Read More
Strauss Troy Attorney Matt Fellerhoff recently joined the firm after serving as a Hamilton County Municipal Court judge. Prior to becoming a judge, he served more than 18 years as an attorney and partner at another local law firm. Fellerhoff will continue his long experience, advocating for clients in public controversies, development and property rights matters, including …Read More