Strauss Troy Attorney Brian Eviston has graduated from the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Northern Kentucky (LNK) program. As part of the nine-month leadership development series, Brian participated in sessions related to economic development, education, human services, cultural competence, government, law & justice, and health in order to better understand our region’s strengths and …Read More
Strauss Troy Attorney Kris Brandenburg has been selected for the 2014-2015 session of Leadership Northern Kentucky (LNK). The nine-month program was created to educate the region’s up-and-coming leaders, chosen from a variety of backgrounds and industries, on the strengths and issues facing our community. The LNK class will participate in various sessions on topics including …Read More
The City of Ft. Wright, Kentucky, represented by Strauss Troy Litigation Attorneys Ron Parry and Robert Sparks, as well as Gerner and Kearns Attorneys Todd McMurtry and Elizabeth McCord, filed a class-action lawsuit against the Board of Trustees of the Kentucky Retirement System on behalf of all members of the County Employees Retirement System (“CERS”). …Read More
Umbrella policies are most often thought of as the ultimate protection if you face a claim or lawsuit based on liability arising from the use of your personal vehicle. But, like anything else, it pays to be a wise consumer and understand the basics of what is and isn’t covered. In Ohio, you’re required to …Read More
Strauss Troy Attorney Brian O’ Connell recently won a court decision for a HVAC contractor, that had a complaint filed against it by a business it had installed HVAC equipment for several years ago. O’Connell was able to get the case dismissed before the case really even started based on the statute of limitations in the contract between the two parties.
Law firm Strauss Troy, with offices in OH and KY, has named Amy Hunt an associate with the firm. Hunt is a member of the Strauss Troy Litigation Practice Group. She concentrates her practice in the areas of complex litigation, including consumer class actions, insurance litigation and financial products. Prior to joining Strauss Troy, Hunt …Read More
Strauss Troy Attorneys Brett Renzenbrink and Law Clerk Matt Worth presented a program titled Cyberbullying, Sexting and Avoiding “One-Click” Liability to students and parents at McNicholas High School Digital Citizenship Day day Monday, February 24th.
McNicholas High School (Mt. Washington/Cincinnati) held its first Digital Citizenship Day Monday. It was the first school in the region to devote a day to the perils — and promises — of life in the digital age.
Strauss Troy, one of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s leading law firms, announced that R. Guy Taft has been appointed to the 2014 board of directors. Guy is co-chairman of the firm’s litigation group and concentrates his practice in federal and state court litigation appeals in the areas of intellectual property disputes, breach of contract, fraud, health care …Read More
Strauss Troy Attorney Joy Hall has been named a shareholder of the firm. Joy practices in the field of tax law, with an emphasis on tax controversy, tax audit and criminal tax issues. Her practice includes federal and state tax litigation, refund issues, criminal tax indictments/trials, Offers in Compromise, audits and innocent spouse filings. Joy understands how …Read More