CLEVELAND, OH - Reminger attorney Brian C. Lee was recently selected to serve a one-year term as the DRI Young Lawyers Substantive Liaison for the Law Practice Management Committee.
DRI is an international organization of attorneys defending the interests of business and individuals in civil litigation. The Young Lawyers Committee is comprised of lawyers practicing across every substantive area within the defense bar. In his role, Brian will help the Committee with marketing, articles, programming and provide general advice on how to attract younger lawyers to the Committee. Additionally, Brian will assist with the Committee’s seminar, Rainmaking: Marketing and Client Service Strategies for the Civil Defense Lawyer, which will take place this March in Las Vegas.
Brian focuses his legal practice on a wide array of civil defense litigation. In addition to serving as general counsel to several local companies, Brian regularly represents clients in complex commercial and business litigation, construction disputes, personal injury and defends professional malpractice claims against accountants, lawyers and real estate professionals. He has successfully tried multiple cases to jury both in and outside of Ohio and is licensed to practice in both Ohio and Iowa. Brian was selected as an Ohio Super Lawyer Rising Star in 2012.
Brian can be reached by emailing email@example.com or by calling 216-430-2287.
About Reminger, Attorneys at Law:
Reminger Co., L.P.A. is a full-service law firm with ten offices throughout Ohio and Kentucky: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Akron, Youngstown, Sandusky, Toledo, Fort Mitchell, Lexington and Louisville. With more than 125 attorneys collectively, Reminger's practice areas include all aspects of litigation, along with corporate, tax, real estate and probate matters. Our fundamental objective in all the legal services we provide is to obtain the best possible results for our clients in the most practical and efficient manner possible. For more information, visit Reminger at www.reminger.com.