CINCINNATI–LawFuel – Law Firm News, Law Jobs –Ulmer & Berne LLP, one…

CINCINNATI–LawFuel – Law Firm News, Law Jobs –Ulmer & Berne LLP, one of Ohio’s largest law firms with four offices across the Midwest, announced the addition of Eric M. Robbins to its Cincinnati office as a Senior Counsel in the Firm’s Intellectual Property & Technology Group.

Mr. Robbins, previously with Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, counsels individual and corporate clients as to securement, ownership, licensing, and enforcement of patents, trademarks and copyrights. He also prepares and facilitates ongoing prosecution of patent and trademark applications at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Ulmer & Berne also announced today the election of associate Christie Bryant to the Executive Board of the Black Lawyers Association of Cincinnati (BLAC). The organization is made up of judges, lawyers and law students committed to improving the administration of criminal and civil justice, while addressing the needs of African American attorneys, and assisting law students in their efforts to join the legal profession. As an attorney with Ulmer & Berne, Ms. Bryant’s practice focuses on employment & labor law, unions and business litigation matters. She also handles business start-ups and practices small business law and nonprofit law. Her experience in general litigation in state and federal courts includes discovery, motion practice and trial preparation.

Ulmer & Berne LLP, established in 1908, is one of Ohio’s largest law firms, as well as one of the fastest growing in the Midwest. The Firm was recently recognized in The BTI Consulting Group’s most recent survey of corporate counsel as one of only 85 firms nationally “who deliver the best value for the dollar.” A full-service firm with approximately 185 attorneys in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago, Ulmer & Berne represents publicly traded and privately held companies, financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, family businesses, international joint ventures and affiliations, investor groups, start-ups and emerging businesses, public bodies, and nonprofit organizations. For more information, visit

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