The employer-employee relationship has many dimensions. Because claims against an employer can be disruptive to the business and costly to defend, effective legal counsel in this arena involves not just resolving issues when they occur, but proactively working to prevent problems before they escalate to legal action.

Rendigs employment attorneys work works closely with clients to prevent and resolve workplace claims, disputes, and conflicts. Our Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky employment attorneys represent individuals, large and small corporate clients, and nonprofit organizations in state and federal courts, at the trial and appellate level, throughout the Midwest. In addition, Rendigs can help you work with a variety federal administrative agencies, such the EEOC, Ohio Civil Rights Commission, Indiana Civil Rights Commission, Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, OSHA, National Labor Relations Board, Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation, and others.


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Our Employment Law Attorneys

Ryan practices in general civil litigation, with an emphasis on federal court practice and insurance defense. Prior to joining Rendigs, Ryan served as a law clerk to U.S. District Court Judge David L. Bunning in the Eastern District of Kentucky, and to U.S. District Court Judge William J. Zloch in the Southern District of Florida. He has also served as a State Prosecutor in Indiana, and as an advisor to a national non-profit corporation in Washington, D.C.

Ryan J. Dwyer

Associate

Felix is an Ohio State Bar Association Certified Specialist in Labor and Employment law. His practice is concentrated in the areas of employment, appellate, aviation, bad faith and personal injury. Felix’s court appellate background is a key factor in his selection to handle some of the most difficult procedural issues in litigation.
Chad’s practice is concentrated on employment law, admiralty and maritime law, insurance coverage, and general civil litigation in Ohio and Indiana. He has extensive experience and an active pre-trial, trial, and appellate practice in these areas.

Chad E. Willits

Of Counsel