I am currently a partner with the Law Offices of Crehan Thumann, LLC.My legal... more
I am currently a partner with the Law Offices of Crehan Thumann, LLC.My legal practice focuses on Criminal Defense, DUI/OVI Defense, Personal Injury, Landlord/Tenent Disputes, and general litigation. I have successfully handled cases in most Southern Ohio County Mayors, Municipal, and Common Pleas Courts; as well as the Commonwealth of Kentucky's District , Circuit and Federal Courts. ... view profile
Petes practice focuses primarily on the areas of complex and product liability... more
Petes practice focuses primarily on the areas of complex and product liability litigation. He has active and extensive pretrial, trial, and appellate experience with a concentration on products liability, high exposure and complex matters, commercial litigation, and insurance matters. Although a vast majority of Petes work is for defendants, he does have additional experience representing plain... view profile
Jill O’Shea specializes in employment law and complex litigation. Jill previously... more
Jill O’Shea specializes in employment law and complex litigation. Jill previously served as Associate General Counsel with Duke Energy Corporation and its predecessor company, Cinergy Corporation. While there, she served as the Head of the Employment/HR/Labor Group from 2003 to 2006. Her areas of practice included employment litigation, preventative law work, advisory work on employment issues,... view profile
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