I have been involved in the Cincinnati Bar Association for as long as I have been a lawyer. The Cincinnati Bar Association provides me with an opportunity to meet other attorneys that I never would have met otherwise and to give back to the legal profession. Over the course of my legal career I have been the chair of the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee, the secretary of the Grievance Committee and have presented at a significant number of seminars and committee meetings. Recently, I was approached by the Young Lawyers Section of the Cincinnati Bar Association to give advice to new lawyers. My advice was presented in an article published in the CBA Report this month. To read the advice I provided on how to start and develop a successful law practice, please click below (turn to pgs. 26-27):
A law practice is a business. Through the operation of my business, I have seen first-hand what works and what doesn't work for small-business owners. Perhaps you own a small business and need guidance on how to make your business more profitable through the restructuring of debt. You may also need help in resolving a business dispute through litigation or negotiation. By operating my own business and helping business owners as clients, I know how to get results for my clients. If I can help you, please call my office to schedule an appointment.