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  • Wood + Lamping LLP (W+L) is a full-service law firm located in Cincinnati, Ohio. For over 90 years, W+L has provided high-quality, cost-effective, and efficient legal services to clients including businesses, nonprofit organizations, municipalities and government agencies, and individuals in the tri-state area and beyond.
  • Wood + Lamping LLP is about people. We employ a team approach meant to identify and solve each client’s legal problems, and to find opportunities for our clients to succeed and thrive. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. We are deeply committed to finding creative, customized solutions to the legal issues affecting you.
  • Wood + Lamping LLP prides itself on building relationships with our clients. We treat each client as we would expect to be treated ourselves – with respect, integrity, and compassion. We are a firm that values collegiality, cooperation, and professionalism.
  • Wood + Lamping LLP brings to bear the talent and expertise of over 35 attorneys. We are an entrepreneurial firm servicing clients in a variety of practice areas. Recently, we are proud to have expanded our capabilities to include global business and IT/new media to help clients navigate the demands of an ever-changing global environment.
  • Featured Attorney

    Jeffrey D. Forbes

    Jeff Forbes has been a member of the firm's State and Local Government Practice Area since he joined Wood + Lamping in 2001 and currently serves as the Practice Area Leader.  In those years Jeff has spent most of his time representing local governmental bodies like cities, villages, and townships.  He currently serves as the appointed Law Director or Solicitor for the City of Mason, the Village of Waynesville, the Village of Greenhills, and the Village of Terrace Park.

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  • Featured News

    Recent Changes to Ohio Statutes Affecting Ohio Credit Unions

    On December 19, 2018, Ohio’s Governor Kasich signed Ohio House Bill 489 (the “Bill”) resulting in changes to the regulatory requirements for credit unions, mortgage servicers and mortgage creditors. The new requirements are effective on March 20, 2019. Download Donald Mallory's [...]

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