Thompson Hine LLP > Cleveland, United States > Firm Profile

Thompson Hine LLP
CLEVELAND, OH 44114-1291
United States

Industry focus > Transport: rail and road - litigation and regulation Tier 2

Thompson Hine LLP‘s Washington DC-based practice has extensive experience in regulatory debates concerning the transportation of hazardous materials by rail, including safety and liability issues and common carrier obligations. The team also acts in rail rate cases, including matters for the chemical and plastics industries, while electric utilities seek out the team for coal transportation issues. It additionally advises on the full gamut of motor carrier work, including regulatory rulemaking proceedings and federal preemption-related litigation. Karyn Booth is a regulatory and commercial freight rail specialist, and Sandra L. Brown advises on the transportation by rail of coal, chemicals, crude oil and other hazardous materials. Former senior US Department of Transportation official Tim Goodman ‘has vast industry knowledge‘, while counsel David Benz is a freight railroad regulation expert.

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The team’s ability to understand the issues at hand rapidly, based on industry and legal experience, has been instrumental in the risk analyses we take at the company.

The TH team gives practical advice, without overly complicated legalese, that can be quickly actioned.

What I enjoy most about the Thompson Hine team is that they make you feel like a partner, not just a client. They introduce you to potential partners, bring potential opportunities for efficiencies to light, and give you the feeling that they really are part of your team.

Tim Goodman has vast industry knowledge; and, having worked both for NHTSA and in private practice, he has an edge over the competition. Tim is responsive, practical and direct with his replies and advice.

Tim Goodman is an outstanding communicator, who doesn’t talk in vague terms or give nebulous answers. You get straightforward answers to questions, and he utilizes his experience and past relationships to streamline answers to projects.

Sandra Brown and counsel David Benz are both extremely knowledgeable in the area of transportation, specifically railroad law. They are in tune with the policies of the Federal Railroad Administration and the Surface Transportation Board, and are able to advise my railroad company on almost any matter.

Sandra Brown and David Benz are business minded, and able to assist with long- term business strategy, while ensuring certain legal hurdles are either avoided or anticipated and prepared for.

I have always been very impressed with the responsiveness of both Sandra Brown and David Benz. They make me feel that my company is highly valued, because they are quick to return calls, answer emails, produce summaries and white papers, and provide timelines for their work.

Key clients

Alaska-Alberta Railway Development Corporation

Ameren Corporation

American Chemistry Council

American Forest & Paper Association

Corn Refiners Association

Costco Wholesale Corporation

Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries

LFS Freight Solutions

Mowi USA

Myers Industries

National Association of Chemical Distributors



Port of Moses Lake

Southern Company

Suez Water Technologies

The Dow Chemical Company

The Fertilizer Institute

The National Industrial Transportation League

Toyota Tsusho America

Work highlights

  • Representing Southern Company, Ameren Corporation and NiSource in fuel surcharge-related antitrust litigation against four large railroads.
  • Assisted CA -AB 5 Coalition Members with filing an amicus curiae brief at the US Supreme Court in support of the trucking industry’s Petition for Certiorari, which sought review of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling that California’s AB-5 law (as applied to motor carriers) is not pre-empted.

M&A/corporate and commercial > M&A: middle-market (sub-$500m) Tier 2

Thompson Hine LLP leads major M&A transactions from eight of its domestic offices including New York, Atlanta, Washington DC and Chicago, home office of practice head Frank Chaiken; he caters to both European and US-based clients, leveraging his German language skills, and is adept in M&A, start-up affairs, joint ventures and commercial agreements. At the more junior end of the partnership spectrum, Cleveland-based William Henry provides clients with considerable acquisition, exit, joint venture, corporate organization and general governance expertise; meanwhile, at the Cincinnati office, Emma Off is acclaimed as ‘amazing in all areas of law’.

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‘Emma Off is amazing in all areas of law. She really works to find the right attorney in the firm for us. She always follows up with referrals and makes sure we are happy. Her billing is always fair and accurate.’

‘Emma Off is our main contact as she handles our business contract needs. She is truly a caring person with concern about protecting our business.’

‘Always willing to help at the drop of a hat, always thorough and up to speed prior to meetings, and always very proactive’

‘Will Henry is everything you want in a lawyer – he’s incredibly detail oriented, organized, understands our complex business structure better than anyone at the company, and constantly available any time of day or night. We’re lucky to have found him as our partner


Key clients

Meritor, Inc.

Centre Lane Partners, LLC

BrightSpring (formerly PharMerica)

ProMach, Inc.

Peppertree Capital Management, Inc.

Everstream Solutions

Rite Track Equipment Services, Inc.

InMarket Media LLC

Standard Textile

Crown Equipment Corporation

Emmi AG

Government > Government contracts Tier 3

The Washington DC-based team at Thompson Hine LLP continues to support and advise clients throughout the public procurement process. Strong in the life sciences sector, the group is also strong in the telecoms, intelligence, professional services, construction, and logistics industries. The team is under the new leadership of Francis Purcell, who specializes in federal contract and grand performance issues. Thomas Mason is also a key member of the practice, with extensive trial and appellate litigation experience across both commercial and government contracts litigation. The team also expanded with the addition of Ryan Spiegel from Paley Rothman, and Jessica Haire from VH Law. Haire has extensive expertise in advising clients on construction projects across the full spectrum of contract issues. Spiegel’s addition bolsters the team’s business counselling, regulatory compliance, and litigation offering.

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‘Responsiveness would be one of the top things I would say sets these guys apart.’

‘Very knowledgeable; responsive; and very helpful in pulling information together.’

Key clients


Academy Leadership

Costello Construction of Maryland Inc.


J&S Franklin Ltd.

LION Group, Inc.

Mission Essential, LLC

Norair Engineering Corp.

Prosper DTX

ThunderCat Technologies, Inc.

Work highlights

  • Represented Amentum in a challenge before Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals to Department of the Air Force’s direction to perform additional aircraft maintenance work.
  • Represented Academy Leadership in a protest before Government Accountability Office to overturn award to competitor following agency failure to conduct proper discussion during procurement.
  • Represented Costello in resolution of bid withdrawal in a $28 million bid with Fairfax County, Virginia.

Industry focus > Transport: shipping - litigation and regulation Tier 3

Thompson Hine LLP routinely represents shipping companies and intermediaries in relation to policy and rulemaking matters concerning the Shipping Act of 1984, including Federal Maritime Commission regulations. The team has also been heavily involved in efforts to reform US statutes governing cargo loss and damage at sea. Washington DC-based practice leader Karyn Booth assists multinationals, trade associations and transportation intermediaries with both domestic and international issues involving multimodal transportation and logistics services. In Columbus, senior counsel Dan Ujczo‘s workload covers ocean and barge transportation, while transportation specialist Jason Tutrone was elevated to the partnership in January 2022.

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Key clients

Costco Wholesale Corporation

Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries

National Association of Chemicals Distributors

The Coalition for Fair Port Practices

The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company

The National Industrial Transportation League

Work highlights

  • Advising the National Industrial Transportation League in relation to major port congestion and supply chain disruptions occurring in the US.
  • Advising a big box retail store in relation to global supply chain disruptions, lack of adequate vessel capacity and port congestion.
  • Assisting a home appliance company with resolving a dispute with various vessel operating ocean carriers, non-vessel operating ocean carriers and Class-I railroads, in relation to demurrage, detention and storage charges.

Real estate > Construction (including construction litigation) Tier 3

A stand out firm in construction‘, Thompson Hine LLP has ‘in-depth knowledge of construction contracting coupled with understanding of the business of construction‘. The Ohio-based practice is led by Jeffrey R. Appelbaum, who has extensive experience advising clients in the construction industry, acting as trial and transactional attorney, project counsel, project management consultant and mediator. One of his and the wider practice’s specialisms is in stadium construction, frequently involving significant mixed-use elements and significant community impact. ‘Really strong negotiatorAlan Ritchie is particularly well-versed in PPP projects, having been developer/sponsor counsel on Ohio’s first transportation and infrastructure projects of this kind. Patrick J. Sweeney negotiates construction and design agreements and gives project management advice and risk counseling on a variety of projects, and the firm also has a wholly owned subsidiary Project Management Consultants (PMC) that assists lawyers with owner’s representation, project management, partnering facilitation and financing structures to projects. An up-and-coming name is Erin Luke, who assists with contracts work as well as project delivery and structuring, and managing associate Jack Clark also stands out.

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‘They are responsive and practical with their advice. They know what is important to us and help to accomplish our goals.’

‘I value their experience and candor. They advise us of market norms and help us think creatively about what really matters.’

‘Thomson Hine (TH) has been my main construction law firm in Ohio for many years, mainly because of their depth of knowledge and experience in the areas of design and construction. TH attorneys are responsive and easy to work with.’

‘Jeff Appelbaum has been a friend and trusted advisor to me in many matters over the years. If I have a legal problem I know I can contact Jeff and get a response in a very short time. Unlike some other firms, Jeff always makes you feel like your case is the most important case at the firm. Daniel Haymond is another excellent lawyer extremely skilled in litigation.’

‘Thompson Hine is a stand out law firm in construction. They are second to none experts, are pragmatic, can help get deals done and do it all at a fair price. I would use them for routine matters and bet the firm type issues.’

‘Alan Ritchie is the primary partner we work with. I would provide him a particular shout out, even though the whole team is strong. Alan is highly responsive, a second to none expert, and can really help us understand the risks in a non-technical way. Additionally, he is a really strong negotiator, who is able to pragmatically work contracts and disputes to resolution both effectively and efficiently.’

‘In-depth knowledge of construction contracting coupled with understanding of the business of construction. T-H is responsive and collaborative. I think a true differentiator is that they have an aligned project management practice which keeps them up to date on current, “real world” trends.’

‘The construction team at Thompson Hine are experts in the field of construction law. They are not only subject matter experts but they are creative and strategic thinkers and my go-to law firm when I am in a pinch and need counsel in the subject of construction law.’

Key clients

Haslam Sports Group (Confluence Village – Crew Stadium)

TKFC LC (St. Louis Soccer Stadium)

Convention Center Hotels

HOF Village, Inc.

Broward County

Nippon Paint (USA) Inc.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum

County of Cuyahoga

Work highlights

  • Acting for the ownership group of the new $460m, 22,000-seat St. Louis soccer stadium project that will include a stadium, sports complex, practice fields and a team headquarters.
  • Acting as owner’s representative for the approximately $1bn Justice Center Complex project, which includes Cleveland Municipal Court, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court and the county’s main jail.
  • Advising Broward County on its convention center expansion and headquarters hotel project.

Dispute resolution > Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense Tier 4

The government enforcement, internal investigations and white-collar defense practice at Thompson Hine LLP acts for targets, subjects, and witnesses in federal and state grand jury investigations. It has considerable experience in representing clients caught up in DOJ, SEC and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) investigations, among others. Washington DC’s Joan Meyer leads the team, and is a former prosecutor with a wealth of experience in fraud and compliance matters.

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Industry focus > Sport Tier 4

Thompson Hine LLP is recognized for its construction law expertise, as it provides legal and consulting services for the design, development and construction of professional sports facilities. The practice has been involved in numerous construction projects for mixed-used development and sports arenas, primarily working on behalf of sports teams and owners. Jeffrey R. Appelbaum leads the team, often serving as project counsel, owner’s representative, partnering facilitator or insurance and risk consultant. Also featured in the team are Alan Ritchie and Patrick J. Sweeney, with combined experience working on community impact projects and transactions involving sports owners. All named lawyers are based in Cleveland.

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‘Extremely knowledgeable in the sports practice. Were able to provide a clear roadmap for engagement with public partners and collaborated well with the project team.’

The team is one of the, if not, preeminent consultants for evaluating insurance programs for major arena and stadium financings. The team has pretty much been involved in all major projects over the last number of years and provides an expertise that is not found elsewhere.’

‘Able to clearly understand a difficult and complex problem and then arrive at creative solutions.’

‘The sports practice has great experience on similar projects which helps to streamline our process and keep fees reasonable. They understand the core risks we are taking and more importantly how best to mitigate them.’ 

‘Jeff Appelbaum and Alan Ritchie have extensive experience, which has been invaluable for us during our projects. Our project has several layers of complexity, and they were able to help us synthesize the core dynamics at every step.’

‘The team has contacts within the industry when additional expertise is needed and works in a collaborative manner.’

‘This practice is very knowledgeable about the sports industry, particularly the development of sports venues.’

‘The individuals are industry experts in risk management and construction law. I would like to give mention to Jeff Appelbaum and Patrick Sweeney. Both are excellent.’

Key clients

Haslam Sports Group

HOF Village, Inc.


Truist Financial Corporation

J.P. Morgan Securities LLC

Bank of America

Cobb County

San Francisco 49ers

Work highlights

  • Advised TKFC LC regarding the new $460 million, 22,000-seat St. Louis soccer stadium project that will include a stadium, sports complex, practice fields and a team headquarters.
  • Advised Haslam Sports Group on the $344 million Confluence Village, which includes a new 20,000-seat MLS soccer stadium, mixed-use development and new training facility.
  • Advised HOF Village, Inc on the development, coordinated design and construction agreements for the$300+ million Hall of Fame Village, powered by Johnson Controls.

Investment fund formation and management > Mutual/registered/exchange-traded funds Tier 4

Under the leadership of JoAnn Strasser, the team at Thompson Hine LLP counsels a diverse client base on product development decisions, mergers and reorganizations, SEC examinations, and compliance issues. A particular area of expertise for Strasser is that of alternative funds, including managed futures funds with off-shore subsidiaries, closed-end interval funds, fund-of-fund and master feeder structures, and long-short and absolute return funds. Columbus is the firm’s hub for registered funds work, fielding not only the practice head, but also Andrew Davalla – who brings more than 15 years of in-house experience to the group – and office managing partner Michael Wible. Over in Washington DC, Bibb Strench is noted for his knowledge of unique fund structures and ETF products, smart contacts and other blockchain innovations and start-up ETF firms.

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Key clients

Simplified Exchanged Traded Funds

Northern Lights Fund Trust, Variable, III & IV

Collaborative Investment Series Trust

Advisers Investment Trust

ALPS Series Trust

Pacific Global ETF Trust

Meeder Investments

Boston Trust Walden Funds

Bluerock Total Income + Real Estate Fund

Sprott Funds Trust

Work highlights

  • Assisting various advisers and fund trusts (including Northern Lights Fund Trust, Unified Series Trust and Ohio National) with the drafting of policies and procedures and required investment agreements to allow certain funds to rely on Rule 12d1-4 prior to required compliance with the rule.
  • Advised Vertical Capital Income Fund, a NYSE traded closed-end fund, on the design and implementation of a revised investment strategy along with managed distribution plan in response to the ongoing aggression of several activist investors.
  • Developed – in conjunction with SS&C/ALPS Fund Services – a scalable, cost-effective platform for launching interval funds.

Labor and employment > Employee benefits, executive compensation and retirement plans: design Tier 4

Thompson Hine LLP advises on a range of benefits matters, including 401(k) plans, defined benefit plans, deferred compensation arrangements, including Section 409A compliance issues, as well as health and welfare plans. In Cleveland, Julia Ann Love leads the practice and focuses on group health plan rules under the Affordable Care Act, while Washington DC-based Dominic DeMatties advises on ERISA compliance issues relating to tax-qualified and non-qualified deferred compensation arrangements. Other key members of the team include David Whaley, Timothy Brown, Kim Wilcoxon and Laura Ryan, who are all based in the firm’s Cincinnati office.

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‘The team are very good at putting things into layman’s terms. They do a good job giving you the legal background for the situation, but summarize the legislation/action steps needed in a way that is easy to digest and is actionable.’

Key clients

Nouryon Chemicals LLC

Cardinal Health

McDonald’s Corporation

NCR Corporation

Quest Diagnostics Incorporated


Akzo Nobel Inc.

Eaton Corporation

US Foods

Kelly Services


Delta Air Lines



National Rural Electric Cooperative Association

North Dakota Farmers Union

Pyramid Healthcare

Work highlights

  • Advising McDonald’s Corporation on all aspects of its health and welfare plans, 401(k) plan and non-qualified deferred compensation arrangements and other deferred compensation arrangements subject to Code Section 409A.
  • Advising on all aspects of Chick-fil-A’s qualified and non-qualified retirement plans and health and welfare plans.

Real estate Tier 4

Thompson Hine LLP has developed a specialty advising clients on corporate expansion, new construction, development and acquisition, particularly as it relates to headquarters and commercial properties in Ohio. Tax-driven real estate financing, leasing, planning and development work are also its core areas of instruction. Based in Cleveland, Thomas Coyne is the longtime head of national practice. He is assisted by Darrel Davison in Columbus and Robert Curry in Dayton.

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‘Highly experienced real estate team. Their experience and knowledge have helped us “short cut” getting up to speed as a start up real estate fund sponsor. They have really worked with us as partners and have been generous with their time.’

Key clients

Raytheon Technologies Corporation

Bank of China

SITE Centers

Brookfield Asset Management/Brookfield Properties (formerly Forest City Realty Trust, Inc.)

Pratt & Whitney

RPT Realty


Peppertree / K2 / Blue Sky

Ackermann Group

Eaton Corporation

Work highlights

  • Representing a financial institution in a $40m mixed use multi-family project with historic tax credits and new market tax credits.
  • Advising Raytheon Technologies Corp., through its Pratt & Whitney Division on billion-dollar development project in Asheville, North Carolina, including negotiation of Master Development Agreement with Biltmore Farms LLC.
  • Representing the Ackermann Group in connection with a four-phase $100m development for multi- family, office and retail use in Cincinnati involving New Market Tax Credits, Tax Increment Financing, and a Development Agreement with the city of Cincinnati.

Labor and employment > Immigration

At Thompson Hine LLP, the immigration group sits within the firm’s broader employment practice and is led by Sarah Flannery in Cleveland. The team advises large blue-chip clients on global talent acquisition, immigrant and non-immigrant visa work, and compliance matters. Employee transfers to the US for Fortune500 companies has been a recent area of activity, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The firm:

Thompson Hine LLP, a full-service business law firm with approximately 400 lawyers in eight offices (Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, New York, Washington, DC), is widely recognized for its innovative, value-driven approach to delivering legal services. The firm’s groundbreaking SmartPaTHTM program was created to respond to clients’ needs for a more predictable, efficient and transparent service experience. It combines legal project management, value-based pricing, flexible staffing and process efficiency to align service delivery with clients’ business goals. Thompson Hine has made significant investments in talent, proprietary technology and processes, and infrastructure to increase efficiency and provide greater value.

As part of its ongoing efforts to innovate service delivery, Thompson Hine continually collects feedback from in-house counsel about what innovations align best with clients’ needs and has conducted two formal analyses of the state of innovation in the legal market. The firm commissioned detailed surveys and interviews of in-house counsel and other senior executives and published its findings in comprehensive reports. These surveys aim to monitor developments in the corporate legal market and identify opportunities to further refine its delivery of efficient, predictable and transparent legal solutions.

Thompson Hine has long guided clients on furthering their efforts toward sustainability, diversity and social stewardship. At this critical juncture when ESG criteria are increasing in importance as priorities for businesses, their boards and investors, the firm is counseling clients on ESG strategies focused on preserving value and mitigating risk. Thompson Hine’s ESG Collaborative, a multidisciplinary team of lawyers with practical legal and business knowledge, helps develop, implement and fine-tune strategies to incorporate ESG criteria into clients’ business models to satisfy internal and external stakeholders. The group uses proprietary SmartPaTH tools, significant investments in technology and strategies such as legal project management, flexible staffing and value-based pricing to help clients achieve their objectives while providing enhanced value and predictability. In late 2021, ESG Collaborative attorneys issued “An ESG Snapshot,” a survey report that in-house counsel and senior corporate executives will find a useful benchmark against which to measure their programs and progress. The report summarizes the results of a survey exploring the ESG standards that investors and other key stakeholders are increasingly applying as part of their evaluation to identify material risks and growth opportunities.

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Main Areas of Practice

• Admiralty & Maritime
• Antitrust, Competition & Distribution
• Automotive & Mobility
• Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies
• Business Litigation
• Business Restructuring, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy
• Cannabis Industry
• Climate Change & Sustainable Business Solutions
• Commercial & Public Finance
• Construction
• Corporate Transactions & Securities
• COVID-19 Task Force
• Distressed M&A
• Emerging Technologies
• Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
• Energy
• Environmental
• ERISA Litigation
• ESG Collaborative
• FCPA & Other Antibribery Laws
• Fund Formation
• Government Contracts
• Government Enforcement, Internal Investigations & White Collar Defense
• Health Care
• Immigration
• Insurance
• Intellectual Property
• International
• International Arbitration
• International Trade
• Investment Management
• Labor & Employment
• Life Sciences
• New Ventures
• Personal & Succession Planning
• Privacy & Cybersecurity
• Product Liability Litigation
• Qualified Opportunity Zones
• Real Estate
• Securities & Shareholder Litigation
• Supply Chain Management
• Tax
• Tax Credit Finance
• Telecommunications
• Transportation
• Water Technology, Finance & Regulation

Admiralty & Maritime Robert W BurgerRob.Burger@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5790
Antitrust, Competition & Distribution Thomas F ZychTom.Zych@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5605
Automotive & Mobility Conor A McLaughlinConor.McLaughlin@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5807
Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies Cassandra W BorchersCassandra.Borchers@ThompsonHine.com513.352.6632
Business Litigation Brian J LambBrian.Lamb@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5590
Business Restructuring, Creditors' Rights & Bankruptcy Curtis L TuggleCurtis.Tuggle@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5904
Cannabis Industry Frank R DeSantisFrank.DeSantis@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5514
Climate Change & Sustainable Business Solutions Andrew L KolesarAndrew.Kolesar@ThompsonHine.com513.352.6545
Commercial and Public Finance Irving C AparIrving.Apar@ThompsonHine.com212.908.3964
Construction Jeffrey R AppelbaumJeff.Appelbaum@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5548
Corporate Transactions and Securities Frank D ChaikenFrank.Chaiken@ThompsonHine.com513.352.6550
Distressed M&A Scott B LepeneScott.Lepene@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5692
Emerging Technologies Thomas F ZychTom.Zych@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5605
Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Julia Ann LoveJulia.Love@ThompsonHine.come216.566.5686
Energy Marvin T GriffMarvin.Griff@ThompsonHine.com202.263.4109
Environmental Andrew L KolesarAndrew.Kolesar@ThompsonHine.com513.352.6545
ERISA Litigation Brian J LambBrian.Lamb@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5590
ESG Collaborative Jurgita AshleyJurgita.Ashley@ThompsonHine.com216.566.8928
FCPA and other antibribery laws Norman A BlochNorman.Bloch@ThompsonHine.com212.908.3942
Fund Formation JoAnn M StrasserJoAnn.Strasser@ThompsonHine.com614.469.3265
Government Contracts Tom MasonThomas.Mason@ThompsonHine.com202.263.4168
Government Enforcement, Internal Investigations & White Collar Defense Joan MeyerJoan.Meyer@ThompsonHine.com202.263.4115
Health Care Cori R. HaperCori.Haper@ThompsonHine.com937.443.6856
Health Care Litigation Peter KocorasPeter.Kocaras@ThompsonHine.com312.998.4241
Immigration Sarah C FlannerySarah.Flannery@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5718
Insurance Alan F BerlinerAlan.Berliner@ThompsonHine.com614.469.3268
Intellectual Property Ash D PatelAsh.Patel@ThompsonHine.com404.407.3607
International Arbitration Richard De PalmaRichard.DePalma@ThompsonHine.com212.908.3969
International Garrett D EversGarrett.Evers@ThompsonHine.com212.908.3926
International Trade David M SchwartzDavid.Schwartz@ThompsonHine.com202.263.4170
Investment Management JoAnn StrasserJoAnn.Strasser@ThompsonHine.com614.469.3265
Labor and Employment Nancy M BarnesNancy.Barnes@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5578
Life Sciences Faith L CharlesFaith.Charles@ThompsonHine.com212.908.3905
New Ventures Jonathon H VinocurJonathon.Vinocur@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5722
Personal and Succession Planning Mark A ConwayMark.Conway@ThompsonHine.com937.443.6840
Privacy and Cybersecurity Thomas F ZychTom.Zych@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5605
Product Liability Litigation Andrew H CoxAndrew.Cox@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5747
Qualified Opportunity Zones Thomas J CoyneThomas.Coyne@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5781
Real Estate Thomas J CoyneThomas.Coyne@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5781
Securities & Shareholder Litigation Renee ZaytsevRenee.Zaytsev@ThompsonHine.com212.908.3981
Supply Chain Management Robert F WareRob.Ware@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5783
Tax Thomas J CallahanTom.Callahan@ThompsonHine.com216.566.5612
Tax Credit Finance Arik A SherkArik.Sherk@ThompsonHine.com937.443.6757
Telecommunications Barry A FriedmanBarry.Friedman@ThompsonHine.com202.263.4108
Transportation Karyn A BoothKaryn.Booth@ThompsonHine.com202.263.4108
Water Technology, Finance & Regulation Gregory D ChafeeGreg.Chafee@ThompsonHine.com404.407.3642
Jeffrey R. Appelbaum photo Jeffrey R. AppelbaumFor 40 years, Jeff has provided distinguished service to public/private owners, design…
James Aronoff photo James AronoffJim is a partner in the Real Estate group, chair of the…
Thomas Coyne photo Thomas CoyneTom has served as practice group leader of the firm’s 50-member national…
Sarah Flannery photo Sarah FlannerySarah leads our Immigration group that advises employers across the globe, including…
Cathryn Greenwald photo Cathryn GreenwaldCathryn is a partner in the Real Estate practice group. She focuses her…
Daniel Haymond photo Daniel HaymondDan is a partner in the firm’s Construction practice group who focuses…
William Henry photo William HenryWill is a partner in the Corporate Transactions & Securities practice group.…
Tony Kuhel photo Tony KuhelTony is a partner in the Corporate Transactions & Securities practice group…
Julia Ann Love photo Julia Ann LoveJulia leads the firm’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation practice and has…
Erin Luke photo Erin LukeErin is a partner in the firm’s Construction practice group. She counsels…
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Patrick J. Sweeney photo Patrick J. SweeneyPat is a partner in the firm’s Construction and Real Estate practice…
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