William Fry Quoted In New York Times Article

Speaking about a current matter he, W. Roger Fry, and Ryan J. Dwyer are working on, Rendigs attorney William H. Fry was recently quoted by The New York Times. Rendigs has been retained by a Native American art collector and dealer, Mr. Charles E. Darby, regarding the sale of a “Sioux Beaded and Quilled Hide Shirt”.

William Fry and Roger Fry have a unique and successful practice pertaining to tribal art law.  Roger currently serves on the Board and co-chairs the Law Committee of the Antique Trial Art Dealers Association, of which Will Fry is also a member.

The full article can be read here at nytimes.com.

Rendigs Named Boutique Maritime Law Firm of the Year in Ohio

Rendigs is honored to be named the 2013 Boutique Maritime Law Firm of the Year in Ohio by International Global Law Experts.

This honor recognizes the years of experience that Don Adams and Chad Willits have in the maritime industry.  Each attorney is an active member of the Maritime Law Association of the United States. Additionally, Don, a Proctor in Admiralty, is a member of the Waterways Council.

More information about Rendigs’ Maritime practice is available here.