Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

Legal Services | Kentucky, USA
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50 E. Rivercenter Boulevard Suite 1150 | Covington | Kentucky | 41011 | USA


Since our establishment in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1908, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP has provided quality legal counsel to our clients enabling them to accomplish more. In recent years, our practice has grown into a national firm that services clients from coast-to-coast, as well as internationally. Today's full-service practice, with more than 750 attorneys, continues the standards established by our founding partners over a decade ago, which are efficient, cost-effective and comprehensive solutions for clients.

Our firm's commitment to quality service extends from our highly-skilled attorneys to our experienced professional staff. By establishing relationships based on trust, communication and responsiveness, we tailor our service to ensure our clients' current needs are met while also anticipating future ones.

Lawyers Worldwide: 782

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Shane  Noem

Shane Noem

President, Roebling Solutions LLC
Elly  Piatt

Elly Piatt

Government Relations Manager, Roebling Solutions LLC


New Penalties Loom for Blocking Access to Patient Health Data

On July 1, 2024, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a final rule[1] outlining financial penalties, referred to as “disincentives” throughout the rule, for healthcare providers that engage in conduct that is considered “information blocking.” The 21st Century Cures Act defines information blocking as a “practice that interferes with, prevents, or materially discourages access, exchange, or use of electronic health information...

Court Blocks FTC's Non-Compete Rule for Plaintiffs

Businesses throughout the United States have been monitoring the lawsuit filed by Ryan LLC, which challenges the legality of the Federal Trade Commission’s ("FTC") Non-Compete Rule (the “Rule”). The Rule is scheduled to take effect on September 4, 2024. It makes most existing non-compete agreements unenforceable and prohibits new agreements except in limited circumstances.  On July 3, 2024, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas granted a preliminary injunction[1] to the plaintiffs pending the Court’s decision on the legality of the Rule...

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Dinsmore’s Product Liability Group Receives Surprise “Legal Eagle Award” from Toyota Material Handling

With immense pride and gratitude to our friends at Toyota Material Handling (TMH), we are pleased to announce that a team of Dinsmore attorneys has been recognized for their exceptional client service. Recently, Lexington partners Chris Jackson and Chris Cashen had the privilege of attending TMH’s core counsel meeting in Louisville, Kentucky. The collaborative session concluded with the presentation of TMH's inaugural Legal Eagle Award. The TMH Legal Team explained that they evaluated each of the firms in attendance on a scale of 1 to 100, considering various criteria. They looked at which firm excelled at anticipating potential issues and advising on unseen challenges...

Tampa and Miami Attorneys Named Rising Stars by Florida Super Lawyers

Two Dinsmore & Shohl LLP attorneys from the Firm’s Tampa office, and one from Miami, were named Rising Stars on the 2024 Florida Super Lawyers list. Attorneys are selected through a multi-phase process that takes into account independent research, peer evaluations and professional achievement. The Rising Stars list recognizes up-and-coming attorneys in the state. Luca Hickman is a registered patent attorney with experience in litigation. Yesica Liposky is a litigator and appellate lawyer who focuses her practice on general commercial litigation and consumer finance. In Miami, Ravika Rameshwar was recognized for her work as a litigator...

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