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Overview of Proposed Amendments to Hamilton County L.R. 15

If adopted, proposed amended Local Rule 15 will introduce new requirements for Pretrial Statements in Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas cases.

Hamilton County Tackles Use of AI in Court Filings

A summary of proposed Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas Local Rule 49, which, if adopted, will govern the use of Artificial Intelligence in court filings.

Overview of Proposed Changes to SDOH Local Rules

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio recently announced proposed amendments to its Local Rules. Details here.

Alex J. Durst Attends Alternative Finance Annual Conference

Hosted at Covington & Burling's New York Office, the Conference was a can't-miss for Financial Services Litigation attorneys.

Successful Supreme Court of Ohio Petition

Exciting news! Durst Kerridge has successfully petitioned the Ohio Supreme Court to accept a discretionary appeal on questions of constitutional law.

Five ABA Tips For Choosing the Best Ohio Local Counsel

Durst Kerridge strives to be the absolute best Ohio local counsel. Read why we have the deep experience and knowledge ABA says is essential.

One Month In—Updates On Hamilton County’s Commercial Docket

Durst Kerridge shares insights after successfully litigating the first ever contested Commercial Docket transfer.

Why Choose Durst Kerridge?

Our local counsel attorneys in Ohio assist out-of-state law firms as local counsel in many areas of commercial and complex civil litigation.

How to Choose the Best Business Litigation Attorney? Part 3

Part Three of Alex J. Durst’s take on one Chief Technology Officer’s viral Tweet “HOW TO HIRE GOOD ATTORNEYS.”

How to Choose the Best Business Litigation Attorney? Part 2

Part Two of Alex J. Durst’s take on a Chief Technology Officer’s viral Tweet “HOW TO HIRE GOOD ATTORNEYS.”

Choosing Your Litigation Attorney: One CTO Offers His Two Cents

Read Durst Kerridge’s take on one Chief Technology Officer’s viral Tweet “HOW TO HIRE GOOD ATTORNEYS.”

Overview of Proposed Amendments to Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Rules

A concise summary of the proposed rule changes, courtesy of Durst Kerridge’s Ohio appellate attorneys.

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