David Winchester Peck will be recognized at the Senior Counselors’ Luncheon on October 17, 2014. The Cincinnati Bar Association honors attorneys who have been in practice for 50 years or have turned 75 years of age at an annual luncheon.
Dave’s primary practice focuses on private dispute resolution. After an extensive career in trial work, he now serves as a mediator for a variety of legal disputes. Dave handles mediation and arbitration of disputes in the areas of employment law, professional liability, construction, engineering, and architectural liability, premises liability, product liability, and bodily and personal injury litigation.
Dave is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and an Advocate in the American Board of Trial Advocates. He has extensive trial experience in State and Federal courts dating back to 1966.
Dave loves to play the trumpet in the New Horizons Concert and Dixieland bands. His wife, Beverly, is less enthusiastic when at home practice is necessary
In addition to Dave’s induction, now retired Rendigs attorney Thomas S. Shore, Jr. will also be recognized.
To obtain tickets to the luncheon, please visit the CBA’s website.