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Strauss Troy Attorney Joe Braun

As president of the Clermont County Public Library Board of Trustees, Strauss Troy Attorney Joe Braun was recently interviewed for an article on Cincinnati.com about the potential land swap between the Clermont County Public Library and the Milford Exempted Village School District. To read more, click here

 
Strauss Troy Attorney Chris McDowell

Strauss Troy welcomes Attorney Chris McDowell as the newest member of the firm's Litigation Practice Group.

 

"Chris' diverse criminal and commercial litigation experience at the state and federal levels makes him an excellent addition to our firm," said Marshall Dosker, Strauss Troy president.

 

Attorney Chris McDowell's practice focuses on criminal and commercial-related litigation as well as real estate transactions. This work includes all levels and all stages of criminal and civil proceedings. In addition, Chris is heavily involved with commercial landlord tenant law from leasing to evictions. Click here to learn more. 

Strauss Troy provided legal counsel to the renovation and expansion of its client, Education Matters, an organization dedicated to enhancing access to education, personal growth opportunities and the overall quality of life for the Lower Price Hill Community.

 

A recent article from the Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits showcased how this organization is able to renovate its facilities and expand services with assistance from new market tax credits (NMTCs) and historic tax credits (HTCs).

 

Strauss Troy attorneys Matthew Fellerhoff and Patrick Newton worked with this non-profit for more than two years and assisted them in all real estate matters surrounding the expansion deal and in closing.

 

Education Matters, which runs its programs out of former St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, will update its space to include a renovated education programming space, community laundromat, thrift store, food pantry and business incubator that will be run in partnership with Xavier University. The renovations are scheduled for completion in September.

Pictured from left to right: Tony Barlow, City of Loveland Development Attorney; David Kennedy, City Manager; Ted Phelps*; Pam Gross*; Mark Fitzgerald*; Linda Cox, Mayor; Angie Settell*; Jim Cohen, Developer, and CeeCee Collins, Loveland Chamber of Commerce President. * Council Members
 

Strauss Troy client, the City of Loveland, celebrated the groundbreaking of Loveland Station in late 2014. The $12 million project will include premier mixed use residential and retail development in the heart of the Loveland Historic Downtown District. The project is being developed by River Trails Flats, LLC.

 

According to the city's website, Loveland City Council approved the development agreement and the transfer of downtown property to River Trails Flats, LLC, thus paving the way for the Loveland Station to commence.

 

The project includes 94 low-rise luxury apartments and 15,000 square feet of upscale retail and commercial space. The commercial space will be completed during the summer of 2015 with all residential spaces to be completed by December of 2015. Click here to read more.


Strauss Troy sponsored the annual David. J. Allor Planning & Zoning Workshop presented by the Cincinnati Section of the American Planning Association in January at the Anderson Center in Anderson Township.

During the all-day workshop, local planning/zoning commission members, board of zoning appeals members and professional planners met to gain information on the basics of planning and zoning as well as discuss current planning topics. Click here to learn more about the event.
Strauss Troy Director of Marketing Pamela Gilchrist received a 2014 Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Diamond Award for the firm's Brand Management video: "Brand Storytelling Through Client Testimonials."
 
Thanks to all of our great clients who were featured. The video was launched at the Fast 55 event with 800 business leaders in attendance. 
 
The East Central District is comprised of 16 chapters of PRSA, concentrated in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Western and Northwestern Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Kentucky. The District's 37th Annual Diamond Awards competition recognizes shining examples of public relations campaigns and tactics. Click here to read more.

 

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Attorney Bill Williamson Named A Great Leader Under 40 By Venue Magazine 

Strauss Troy Attorney Bill Williamson
Strauss Troy Attorney Bill Williamson

 

Strauss Troy Attorney Bill Williamson was recognized by Venue Magazine in its annual list of "Great Leaders Under 40." He was recently honored alongside the top young professional leaders in the Greater Cincinnati region.

 Attorney Erinn McKee Hannigan Named One Of Top Women Attorneys In Cincinnati 

     

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Strauss Troy Attorney Erinn McKee Hannigan was recently named a 2015 Ohio Super Lawyer� and one of the Top 25 Women Attorneys in Cincinnati.  
Strauss Troy Attorney John Fischer  was a contributing editor to the multi-volume Sixth Edition of The Developing Labor Law and to its just published 2014 Cumulative Supplement. The Developing Labor Law, published by Bloomberg-BNA, is the preeminent advanced text book on labor law.  
 
Strauss Troy Attorney John Fischer

John serves as a regular contributing editor of three other books that are well accepted as the most authoritative on the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family & Medical Leave Act, and OSHA law. He also writes and publishes the Strauss Troy Labor & Employment Newsletter.

If you have questions concerning Labor and Employment Law, please contact John Fischer at 513.629.9455 or jwfischer@strausstroy.com.  
   Celebrating Covington's 200th Birthday
Why is Strauss Troy President Marshall Dosker holding this cupcake?

Join sponsor Strauss Troy in celebrating Covington's 200th year at the COV200 Bicentennial Gala and Birthday Bash at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center on Saturday, February 7, 2015. 

 

The birthday bash is part of a larger movement called "COV200," which celebrates the pride, progress and future growth of the city. To learn more, click here

Take your valentine on a musical journey through time at the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra's (KSO) 21st annual Valentine Gala/FUNdraiser starting at 6:30 p.m. on February 14 at the Newport Syndicate sponsored by Strauss Troy.

During the evening, the KSO Newport Ragtime Band will play music from 1910 through 1930, and the KSO's newest group, the Covington Devou-Doo Daddies, will debut playing songs from the late 1990s swing revival.

 

This annual fundraiser supports KSO's free summer outdoor concerts and its free Education Outreach series. To purchase tickets and learn more, click here.

On February 27, Strauss Troy is title sponsor of the Emerging 30 networking event at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce's headquarters. This event offers a unique opportunity for all Emerging 30 companies to meet and network with each other.

The presenter will be Brennan Scanlon, owner and manager of the Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky division of BNI, the world's largest referral network.

 

Strauss Troy is also sponsor of the May 29 networking event, which will feature Trew Quackenbush, Tom + Chee
co-founder. Tom + Chee was featured again this week on  Shark Tank.

Nominations for the Cincinnati Business Courier's Fast 55 Awards are due February 27, 2015. The annual Fast 55 Awards recognize Greater Cincinnati's fastest-growing companies. To nominate a local company, click here

Strauss Troy's Make-A-Difference Team and employees donated money and gifts for the children at One Way Farm this Christmas season. 

In addition to the gifts, Strauss Troy employees also donated "angel cards," which are gift cards that the One Way Farm staff can use to purchase clothes and other necessary items for the children throughout the year. To read more, click here.
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