Dinsmore’s Tarah K. Rémy Voted to Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors
Dinsmore & Shohl intellectual property associate Tarah K. Rémy has been voted onto the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors. Rémy will serve a three-year term.
“I am honored and humbled to join the KSO Board. The orchestra is an important part of our community as well as my personal life. It’s a tremendous opportunity to contribute to this art and to the orchestra’s success,” Rémy said.
As an undergraduate student, Rémy was a principal player for the Eastern Kentucky University Symphony and String Orchestras. After she graduated from Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law, Rémy worked at The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra assisting the KSO general manager.
Rémy joined Dinsmore’s Cincinnati office last fall and focuses her practice on intellectual property law, including trademarks, copyrights, and licensing. She has experience preparing grant requests and evaluations and assisting with database management. During law school, Rémy was president of the Student Bar Association, vice president of the Christian Legal Society as well as lead articles editor of the Northern Kentucky Law Review.