Open Job Posting: Administrative Support Clerk

Immediate Opening
Administrative Support Clerk

 

Summary:  Immediate opening in 30+ Attorney law firm for Administrative Support Clerk.

Reports To:    Executive Director

Responsibilities:

  • General administrative tasks in support of Legal Assistants including filing and switchboard relief.

Computer Skills:

  • MS Word

Candidates must:

  • have the ability to organize and prioritize work and meet deadlines;
  • demonstrate a strong work ethic
  • possess excellent people skills;
  • possess strong client service philosophy and sense of urgency;
  • work effectively in pressure situations;
  • maintain confidential Firm and client information.

To Apply:   Please send your resume to HR@rendigs.com

Open Position: Temporary Transcriptionist

 

Immediate opening for LEGAL TRANSCRIPTIONIST.

Responsibilities include:

–        Accurate transcription of pleadings, motions, letters, memos and other correspondence
–        Timely production of dictated materials
–        Proofreading documents and suggesting appropriate corrections
–        Ability to save and file electronic documents in firm’s file repository system
–        Proficient use of Microsoft Word

Completed transcription training or commiserate experience preferred.

Please send resumes to: HR@Rendigs.com

Saxton Appointed CLM Regional Chair

 

Jonathan P. Saxton has been selected as a Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) Regional Chair.  This appointment follows Jon’s 2 year term as Ohio State Chair.

Jon is an active member of CLM and has presented both locally in Cincinnati and as a featured panelist in New York on the topic of ethics.  He serves on CLM’s ADR, Environmental and Subrogation committees.  Jon will be attending the CLM national conference in Boca Raton, FL April 9-11, 2014.

Ney & Chapman Prevail

Pete Ney and Mike Chapman recently concluded a wrongful death elevator case in which all claims against their client were dismissed, and they were able to recover most of the client’s defense fees and expenses.

Decedent fell from the 11th floor down an old freight elevator hoistway.  His estate sued the building owner and all contractors working in the building at or around the time of the fall.  Although our client had a maintenance contract on the passenger elevators only, it had surveyed the freight elevator prior to submitting the maintenance proposal.  Among other things, Plaintiff claimed that the client voluntarily assumed a duty to discover a door condition that arguably led to the accident.  The primary responsible party was the building owner.  In fact, it settled all claims with the estate and then brought a contribution action against all other Defendants.

After much discovery, Ney & Chapman filed a Motion for Summary Judgment on the contribution claim, which was granted, and the building owner appealed.  We also filed a declaratory judgment action requesting insurance coverage under the building owner’s policy.  That Motion was granted and appealed as well.  While both cases were on appeal, the case was settled with all claims against our client being dismissed and the client recouping nearly all of its defense fees and expenses.

3 Rendigs Attorneys Named Cincy Leading Lawyers

Three Rendigs attorneys have been recognized as 2014  Cincy Leading Lawyers.  Peter L. Ney, Leonard A. Weakley, and W. Roger Fry were featured in the February issue of Cincy magazine, 3 of only a select 194 attorneys in the city as nominated by their peers.

Rendigs’ 2014 Cincy Leading Lawyers
Peter L. Ney – Personal Injury
Leonard A. Weakley, Jr. – Construction Law
W. Roger Fry – Construction Law

The complete list can be found at cincymagazine.com.