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Whether seeking counsel on corporate strategy, navigating real estate transactions or protecting their shareholders’ assets, P&G relies on its legal counsel to keep its business running efficiently. That’s why, for nearly 100 years, the consumer products giant has turned to Dinsmore.
When Clinton Hallman, Jr. joined LBP Manufacturing LLC as their chief counsel in 2015, he made sure to retain his contacts with Dinsmore. Dinsmore provided outside counsel to other companies of which Clinton was a part, and he knew he could depend on our attorneys to provide similar support to LBP.
“I knew Dinsmore offered quality legal services and offered a real value,” Hallman said. “I always felt like I got exactly what I needed and never anything that I didn’t ask for.”
For more than a decade Dinsmore has counseled Colorado State Bank and Trust in public finance transactions. When the bank is considering a new deal they rely on Dinsmore to help identify and minimize potential risks.
“They work to understand the transaction, including all the business points,” said Senior Vice President Kristen Sundin. “(Dinsmore) also works to understand their clients and our needs and viewpoints.”
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 mourns the passing of James W. Morrison and Charles F. Freiburger.