Matthew C. Steele Joins Firm

Cincinnati, OH – The law firm of Reisenfeld & Associates LPA, LLC is pleased to announce the hiring of a new associate attorney, Matthew C. Steele.

Mr. Steele, associate counsel, joins the firm’s growing litigation department. He graduated from Xavier University in 2000, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. Mr. Steele later graduated from The Ohio State University College of Law in 2003 and later admitted to the Ohio State Bar.

Before joining Reisenfeld & Associates, Mr. Steele served as an associate attorney with Webster, Dubyak & Weyls Co., LPA in Cleveland, Ohio, where he concentrated his practice in commercial litigation and real estate and corporate transactions. While in Cleveland, Mr. Steele represented a range of individual and corporate clients including small business owners, manufacturers, builders, developers, real estate brokerages and salespersons, and financial institutions on a variety of legal matters ranging from business and employment disputes to mergers, acquisitions, and collections. Prior to that, Mr. Steele served as an associate attorney at several Cincinnati-based law firms focusing his practice on commercial litigation and real estate and business transactions.

While attending law school, Mr. Steele served as Symposium Editor for the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution (the American Bar Association’s official publication on the subject), studied for one semester at Oxford University, Oxford, England, and was a member of Ohio State’s semifinalist team at the National Environmental Moot Court Competition. He also held law clerk positions with the United State Department of Labor, Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas, Franklin County Public Defender’s office and Keating, Muething & Klekamp, PLL.

Mr. Steele currently serves as a member of the Ohio ENERGY Project Board of Directors, and as a volunteer for the National Energy Education Development Project. Most recently, Mr. Steele was honored to be selected by his peers and Ohio Super Lawyers magazine as a Rising Star in 2009.


About Reisenfeld & Associates:
Founded in 1960, Reisenfeld & Associates LPA, LLC is a full-service creditors’ rights law firm offering end-to-end legal representation to the mortgage, banking and default servicing industries. As designated counsel for Fannie Mae, the firm takes pride in providing unparalleled representation in all counties and federal districts in the states of OH, KY and IN. Reisenfeld & Associates provides a comprehensive legal package of default servicing activities including: bankruptcy, collection, loss mitigation, judicial foreclosures, forbearance agreements, litigation, deed-in-lieu, REO transactions, and evictions. Their services are designed to minimize lead-times while maximizing legal sufficiency and business effectiveness.

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