DBL Law is pleased to announce that Carol J. Ney has joined the firm as head of its Intellectual Property
James A. Dressman III, and Mark D. Guilfoyle , partners in the law firm of DBL Law, were recognized by Cincy
DBL Law partner, Kelly Schoening, will join a panel of legal experts for the first in a series of eight seminars hosted by the Cincinnati Business Courier titled “Avoiding Common Legal Traps: Don’t Get Caught.” The series is part of the Business Courier’s Small Business Essentials series. Schoening will serve as a facilitator for the Tuesday, March 11th seminar titled, “How to do human resources without an HR manager.”
Six DBL attorneys were recently named as 2013-2014 Kentucky Super Lawyers: Mark Guilfoyle, Bob Hoffer, David Kramer, Richard Meyer, Kelly Schoening and Kent Wicker. Five DBL attorneys were named to the 2013-2014 Rising Stars list: Nick Birkenhauer, Emily Hanna, Ellen Houston, Chris Markus and Ryan McLane.
Dan Mistler, partner at DBL Law, was recently inducted into the Holmes High School Hall of Distinction. The Holmes Hall
DBL Law Partner, Dan Mistler was recently featured in the Kentucky Enquirer for his devotion to giving back to his community.
Kevin F. Hoskins, partner at DBL Law, has been recognized as a rising leader in Ohio by two prestigious organizations, Super Lawyers and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.
On February 5, 2013, the Department of Labor released an updated FMLA poster that is required to be posted by March 8, 2013.
Mr. Robert M. Hoffer (Bob) has been named “The 2012 Distinguished Lawyer of the Year” by the Northern Kentucky Bar Association (NKBA). Bob has been a member of NKBA since 1985.
DBL Law Partner James A. Dressman was recently awarded the Bishop Hughes Award from his alma mater Thomas More College. Dressman received this honor for his involvement in Catholic higher education
Mr. Robert M. Hoffer (Bob) has been named “The 2012 Northern Kentuckian of the Year” by Covington Catholic High School. Mr. Hoffer will be honored on Friday, May 11, 2012 at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center.
DBL Law partner David Kramer, a member of the Board of Governors of the Kentucky Bar Association since June 2008, has been re-elected without opposition to the Board for another two-year term beginning July 2012
David Kramer, a partner with DBL Law was recently appointed by the Kentucky Bar Association’s Board of Governors as its
Mark D. Guilfoyle, partner at DBL Law, was recently appointed chairman of the board for Catholic Charities of the Diocese
Bob Hoffer, partner at Dressman Benzinger LaVelle, was recently appointed to the board of the Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Northern Kentucky Tri-ED). Northern Kentucky Tri-ED is the non-profit economic development organization whose mission is to expand the Northern Kentucky economy by providing expert assistance to the manufacturing, professional, technology and aviation sectors.
Bob Hoffer, partner at Dressman Benzinger LaVelle, was recently named president-elect for the Kentucky Defense Counsel (KDC).
Bob Hoffer, partner at Dressman Benzinger LaVelle, was recently awarded the Outstanding Community Service Bonitatem Award from the Covington Latin School.
James A. Dressman III, partner at DBL Law, was recently reappointed chairman to the Kentucky Bar Association’s (KBA) Audit Committee. Dressman was reappointed to serve on the committee through 2013.
David M. Dirr recently joined Dressman Benzinger LaVelle as an associate in the firm. Mr. Dirr is based in the firm’s Crestview Hills office.
Mr. Dirr’s practice will focus in the areas of health care and civil litigation
Bob Hoffer grew up in Northern Kentucky’s Lakeside Park, not all that far from the Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home in Fort Mitchell. But the graduate of Covington Latin High School and Northern Kentucky University’s Chase College of Law didn’t get an up-close view of the former orphanage until the mid-1980s. That’s when Jack LaVelle, then head of law firm Deters Benzinger LaVelle, where Hoffer was an attorney, asked him to help with a fundraiser.
DBL Partner Jim Dressman was recently appointed to the Freestore Foodbank Foundation. Jim will be responsible for overseeing and assisting in the growth of the Foundation, whose mission is to support the services and program of Cincinnati’s Freestore Foodbank.
DBL Partner Dennis Kennedy was recently appointed by the Governor’s office to the Kentucky Health Information Exchange Coordinating Council. This 23-member
DBL Partner Dan Mistler recently received the Nick of Time Award from the Northern Kentucky Volunteer Lawyers. Dan was given the award
DBL partner Betsy Weber will be recognized as an outstanding attorney in the upcoming Corporate Counsel edition of Super Lawyers.
DBL attorney Emily Kirtley Hanna was recently elected Chair of the Board of Directors for Welcome House of Northern Kentucky.