Reisenfeld & Associates is pleased to announce the hiring of three new attorneys:

Jack Day is the newest addition to the bankruptcy litigation team in Cincinnati and brings with him over 25 years of creditors’ rights and bankruptcy experience.  Jack previously worked for Reisenfeld & Associates for 10 years and we are happy to have him back.

Bob Wood joins our Cleveland office, with a title and real estate law background.  Bob has extensive experience handling title insurance claims and has previously worked as a title agent for Lawyers Title and First American Title Insurance Companies.

Tim McKay joins the Indianapolis office and will primarily handle Indiana settlement conferences for the firm.  He was most recently with Schuckit & Associates where he concentrated on Fair Credit Reporting Act issues.  Tim is a graduate of Xavier University and received his Juris Doctorate from Indiana University.

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