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Manley Burke - Cincinnati, OH

225 West Court Street Cincinnati, OH 45202

Updated: 05/29/2013

Cincinnati Nonprofit and Fraternal Organizations Law Firm

Overview

At the Cincinnati law firm of Manley Burke, our team is committed to providing quality legal counsel. When you contact our office, you can expect:

Personal service. At Manley Burke, we do not rely on an extensive office staff to screen our calls. When you call us, you reach an actual attorney prepared to listen to your concerns and give you an honest and realistic assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of your case.

Compassionate support...

At the Cincinnati law firm of Manley Burke, our team is committed to providing quality legal counsel. When you contact our office, you can expect:

Personal service. At Manley Burke, we do not rely on an extensive office staff to screen our calls. When you call us, you reach an actual attorney prepared to listen to your concerns and give you an honest and realistic assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of your case.

Compassionate support. We understand the strain a legal issue can place on you and your loved ones, so we work hard to ease that burden by acting as your tenacious advocate and providing steady, pragmatic legal counsel.

A strategic approach. Our goal is to put you in the best position possible considering your specific circumstances. We are committed to finding the right solution for your legal issue -- either through litigation or negotiation. We are adept in the areas of mediation, arbitration and alternate dispute resolution, and we use our skills to obtain the best possible results in your case.

Diligence. While our office atmosphere is relatively laid back -- we have an "open dog" policy, with three or four dogs in the office at any given time -- our commitment to your case is anything but casual. We analyze every detail before determining the best course of action.

About Manley Burke

Practice Areas

  • Nonprofit and Fraternal Organizations
  • Personal Injury
  • Workers Comp & Social Security Disability Law
  • Employment & Labor Law
  • Land Use, Development, Zoning and Eminent Domain
  • Constitutional Law & Civil Rights
  • Local Government and Community Representation

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225 West Court Street Cincinnati, OH 45202

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