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January 2012 CBA REPORT
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classified ads
office space AVAILABLE
MT LOOKOUT SQUARE
1050 Delta, Office
Space lease up to 1500sq ft mthly or L Term,
Pkg, Brk Rm, Conf Rm, Receptionist, Phone,
Fax, Copier, Internet. (513) 842-7996.
CLASS “A” OFFICE SPACE IN BLUE
ASH
near I-71 and I-275. Well appointed
professional offices. Can accommodate one
or two attorneys plus staff, two conference
rooms, full time reception and phone.
Referrals available from established tax
controversy firmwith wide experience in
estate and trust matters. Excellent opportunity
for entrepreneurial lawyer to grow book of
business. Call TomUtaski (513) 563-4555.
OFFICE AVAILABLE
in a historic 3-story
brownstone at 115W. Ninth. Includes parking,
receptionist, two conference rooms, copiers,
server, phone, internet and more. Call (513)
621-2888.
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE
at 810
Sycamore Street. Office sharing arrangement
with offices of various sizes. Receptionist (M-F,
8-6 / Sat. 9-1), internet, cable, state-of-the-art
phone system, two (2) conference rooms on
each floor and large, fully equipped kitchen
with balcony. Please contact Kelly Farrish at
(513) 621-8700 or (513) 403-9699.
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE at the
Cincinnati Bar Center,
225 E. Sixth
St. Full fourth floor, approximately 7,000
square feet. Additional meeting space available
in the building, so lessee can minimize built-
out conference space. Ideal for law firm or
other entity serving the legal community. For
more information, please contact CBA Execu-
tive Director, John C. Norwine, (513) 699-1400,
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EXECUTIVE OFFICE
available in suburban
law office, convenient to Ronald Reagan High-
way. Full service office including Internet and
Lexis Law. Alternative rental arrangements
available. Excellent opportunity for recently
admitted attorney desiring to build a law prac-
tice. Call Steve Halper (513) 793-4400.
Professional Services
Lawyers: need help with an
appeal or a jurisdictional
memorandum?
Marianna Brown
Bettman, former Ohio state court of appeals
judge, provides appellate consulting services to
lawyers. Marianna Brown Bettman, 400 Pike
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202;
(513) 281-0978;
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POSITIONS AVAILABLE
Chief Compliance Officer/
Corporate Attorney.
National
investment advisory firm, based in Cincinnati,
is seeking attorney with SEC regulatory
and corporate law experience of 6-10 years.
Experience in financial services industry a
benefit. Candidate must be able to oversee
daily operations, staff and negotiate and
manage contracts, HR and mergers and
acquisitions. Strong academic credentials
required. Competitive pay and incentives
offered. Send resume to advisoryfirm2011@
gmail.com.
Beech Acres Parenting Center........................... 27
Center for Resolution of Disputes.......................6
Cincilingua.................................................................... 20
Cincinnati Art Gallery............................................. 29
Freking & Betz LLC.....................................................9
Hamilton County Law Library.............................20
Mort White Bushman CPAs................................ 25
Niehaus Financial Services.................................... 29
Office Key.................................................................... 32
One Source Discovery............................................12
Special Counsel...........................................................10
U.C. College of Law....................................................9
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January Ethics Hotline Attorneys
Richard A. Magnus (513) 731-2889
Kathleen F. Luttmer (513) 321-0358
The members of the CBA Ethics & Professional
Responsibility Committee listed above are
available to help you interpret your obligations
under the Ohio Rules of Professional
Conduct. Questions posed should be framed
hypothetically and should relate to your own
prospective conduct. The committee
also accepts requests for written
opinions.
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