Dinsmore & Shohl LLP has expanded its Dayton office with the addition of Glen McMurry to the firm’s partnership. McMurry focuses his practice on corporate law and commercial litigation.
McMurry’s experience includes handling business, finance and contract disputes, employment issues, construction claims and mergers and acquisitions. Glen is active in several local and national bar associations. He serves as one of the chairs of the Dayton Bar Association’s Federal Practice Committee and is a member of the Certified Grievance Committee.
“Glen is a well-respected attorney who brings years of litigation experience to our firm,” said Fred Caspar, Dayton office managing partner. “He will be a major asset to our clients in Dayton as well as across our 25 offices.”
Prior to joining Dinsmore, McMurry was a partner at Dungan & LeFevre. He’s a National Director and Vice President with the Federal Bar Association and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.
“I am extremely excited and honored to join Dinsmore’s Dayton team,” McMurry said. “This is an great opportunity to continue to expand our services to the Dayton region and I look forward to being a part of Dinsmore’s longstanding tradition of success.”
McMurry attended Kansas State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science in 2004 before continuing his education at the University of Dayton School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctor in 2007. Glen was a staff writer for the University of Dayton Law Review and a member of the Moot Court board. In 2017, he attended Pepperdine Law School’s Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution and received intensive mediation training.
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More than a century after Frank F. Dinsmore opened a small law office on Cincinnati’s Walnut Street in 1908, Dinsmore has evolved into a national firm with offices from coast to coast. Dinsmore provides organizations nationwide with a comprehensive menu of professional services. The firm has changed, but Dinsmore’s original mission has remained constant: Commitment to clients comes first.