Dinsmore is a national law firm where accomplishment is the center of everything we do. Striving for the highest levels of professionalism, skill and accountability, we challenge ourselves to be better attorneys and higher achievers for our clients. Headquartered in Cincinnati, today's full-service practice continues to live up to the standards established by our founding partners over a century ago: 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 building relationships based on trust, communication and responsiveness, we tailor our service to ensure our clients’ current needs are met while also anticipating their future needs... enabling them to accomplish more.
By the time Cincinnati’s MadTree Brewing opened in 2013, our attorneys had already played a significant role in its development – from helping to raise the original capital to structuring and executing loan financing.
Today, Dinsmore serves as MadTree’s outside general counsel, advising on contracts, real estate, trademark, employment matters, securities and other legal needs as they arise.
For the past 15 years, Dinsmore has been the acting patent counsel for RELX Group, while also advising the company’s outside counsel in patent matters. In addition, we advise on general intellectual property (IP) and labor matters.
“There are three reasons we continue working with Dinsmore,” said Kenneth Thompson II, General Counsel at RELX Group. “The quality of legal work is outstanding; the relationships we’ve developed with the IP group makes it feel like they’re part of my internal team, and relationships are very important to me; and frankly, it’s the same quality of legal advice and relationships at a discounted fee structure compared with global markets.”
Dinsmore attorneys have provided the targeted counsel and insight Castellini has needed to continue to grow and evolve over the years. The firm advises on everything from real estate transactions and complex financings to corporate structure and supply chain matters to labor and employment issues.