Thompson Hine LLP provides legal advisory services. The firm's areas of practice include bankruptcy, business litigation, commercial and public finance, intellectual property, and real estate. It also handles issues related to antitrust, corporate transactions, e-business, employee benefits and executive compensation, succession planning, taxation, and labor and employment law. Additionally, the firm focuses on energy, healthcare, international trade, telecommunication, and transportation law. It caters to public and private companies, financial institutions, government organizations, non-profit organizations, venture capitalists, and individual entrepreneurs. The firm’s clientele includes C...
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Cleveland, OH 44114-1221
Founded in 1893
Jonathan A. Olick Joins Thompson Hine LLP's New York Office as Partner in the Real Estate Practice
Jan 5 16
Thompson Hine LLP announced that Jonathan A. Olick, who practices in the areas of real estate and structured finance and public-private partnership finance, has joined its New York office as a partner in the Real Estate practice. He previously was a partner at Duane Morris LLP. Olick's practice focuses on credit-lease construction and permanent financing of U.S. federal, state and local government leased properties and properties leased to educational institutions, hospitals and commercial tenants. He also is active in the domestic and international public-private partnership market, representing senior lenders and investors in projects supported by governmental credit enhancement. Olick also represents underwriters, lenders, developers and borrowers in a wide variety of structured finance transactions, including credit-tenant, synthetic-lease and sale/leaseback transactions. He regularly represents private lenders and investors, including insurance companies and pension funds, in credit-lease and general corporate debt transactions.
Thompson Hine LLP Elects New Partners
Dec 29 15
Thompson Hine LLP has elected eight lawyers to the firm’s partnership effective January 1, 2016. The new partners, located across five of the firm’s offices, represent a broad range of practice areas including Business Litigation; Business Restructuring, Creditors Rights & Bankruptcy; Corporate Transactions & Securities; Environmental; Government Contracts; Intellectual Property; and Labor & Employment. The partners are: Devin A. Barry, Tony J. Hornbach, John B. Kopf, III, Art Licygiewicz, Heather M. Muzumdar, Garrett A. Nail, Todd M. Schild, Gunjan R. Talati. Devin A. Barry, a member of the Environmental practice group in Cleveland, focuses on environmental counseling in business, regulatory and legislative matters; environmental enforcement actions; and compliance with environmental regulations. His specific areas of concentration include Superfund matters; air and water pollution control issues; compliance counseling for hazardous waste; toxic torts; land use matters; and federal, state and local permits and licenses. Tony J. Hornbach, a member of the Business Litigation practice group in Cincinnati, focuses on assessing clients litigation risks, evaluating their potential claims, managing their disputes prior to litigation, and representing them in lawsuits or arbitrations once they are engaged in litigation. He has significant experience representing clients in a wide variety of commercial litigation, construction litigation, and various types of labor and employment litigation. He is also experienced in areas of landlord-tenant, intellectual property, trade secret and professional malpractice litigation and represents clients in arbitrations across the country. John B. Kopf, III, a member of the Business Litigation practice group in Columbus, represents clients in civil and construction matters in state and federal trial courts, state and federal appellate courts, bankruptcy courts, mediations and arbitrations. He has complex civil, receivership, multidistrict litigation, mass tort and class action experience. He has argued in the Supreme Court of Ohio, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and in 11 of Ohio’s 12 District Courts of Appeal. He also has advocated for clients before the Ohio Court of Claims, the OhioBoard of Tax Appeals, the Ohio Department of Commerce, and before various zoning boards and political subdivisions. Art Licygiewicz, a member of the Intellectual Property practice group in Cleveland, focuses on all aspects of intellectual property litigation, enforcement and counseling. He is an experienced litigator concentrating on patent, trademark and trade secret matters in U.S. District Court and the International Trade Commission. Heather M. Muzumdar, a member of the Labor & Employment practice group in Cincinnati, counsels private and publicly traded companies, ranging from startup businesses to large public companies, on a broad array of labor and employment matters. Muzumdar has been selected for inclusion in Rising Stars by Ohio Super Lawyers from 2012 to 2016. Garrett A. Nail, a member of the Business Restructuring, Creditors Rights & Bankruptcy practice group in Atlanta, handles a variety of bankruptcy matters, including representing secured and unsecured creditors, lenders, Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 debtors, asset purchasers and parties to adversary proceedings. He also has represented clients in civil litigation matters, including tort, contract and receivership cases. Nail has been selected for inclusion in Rising Stars by Georgia Super Lawyers from 2014 through 2016 and is a member of the 2013 class of NCBJ Next Generation. Todd M. Schild, a member of the Corporate Transactions & Securities practice group in Cincinnati, counsels clients in connection with a wide range of domestic and international commercial and transactional matters, including acquisitions and dispositions of businesses and business lines, entity organization and governance, issues relating to the ownership and management of closely held businesses, and commercial agreements. Schild was recognized in the 2015 edition of Chambers USA for Corporate/M&A work in Ohio. Gunjan R. Talati, a member of the Government Contracts practice group in Washington, D.C., counsels and represents contractors in sectors including aerospace and defense, health care and information technology. He advises on Federal Acquisition Regulations compliance, small business issues, General Services Administration and Federal Supply Schedule matters, and ethics and compliance requirements.
Thompson Hine LLP Announces Executive Changes
Nov 13 15
Thompson Hine LLP announced that Todd E. Mason has been named partner-in-charge of its New York City office. As a successful lateral hire and longtime partner in the firm's Corporate Transactions & Securities practice group, Mason is an active community leader and change agent. He takes over the New York office leadership at a time when clients are seeking significant efficiencies in the way legal services are delivered. Thompson Hine is responding by enhancing its service delivery model through its innovative SmartPaTH® initiative, adding personnel, software, infrastructure and training in areas including legal project management, value-based pricing, flexible staffing and process efficiency. Mason embraces the opportunity to be a visible driver of these changes. Mason focuses his practice on representing domestic and foreign public and private companies in a wide range of securities and general corporate matters. He has significant experience with initial public offerings, secondary offerings, reverse mergers, exchange offers, tender offers and proxy matters. He also provides counsel on the structure and preparation of asset and stock purchase agreements, joint venture agreements, licensing agreements and corporate restructuring transactions. In addition, he advises venture capital, private equity and hedge fund managers on the preparation of investment materials and related agreements, including the structuring of investments in publicly and privately issued securities and related strategies. Mason succeeds Katherine D. Brandt, who will return to the firm's Cleveland office and continue her practice representing borrowers engaged in a variety of industries in connection with their financing needs.