Ft. Mitchell, KY, August 06, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- John Dunn practices in Reminger’s Fort Mitchell and Cincinnati offices. Reminger is a Midwestern law firm that has garnered a number of accolades, including: 55 attorneys honored by Super Lawyers as either Rising Stars or Super Lawyers within the last year; and 23 attorneys currently rated AV® Preeminent™ with Martindale Hubbell Peer Review. John is representative of this tradition of excellence; he was recognized as a Rising Star by Kentucky Super Lawyers Magazine.
John focuses his practice on trucking and transportation litigation, insurance matters, professional liability, premises liability, products liability, construction liability, directors and officers liability, and Kentucky workers' compensation. John has tried and mediated numerous cases with favorable results in all areas of his practice.
In addition to practicing law, John is an educator. He has served as an adjunct instructor at Chase College of Law and has coached and mentored the Trial Advocacy Team in both state and national competitions. He has also instructed on appellate advocacy and legal writing.
John earned his Juris Doctor from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law. Salmon P. Chase College of Law later recognized him as an Outstanding Alumnus of the Past Decade (2013). Before joining Reminger, John was an Active Duty Army Officer. He currently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves who has served in Iraq and Kuwait in support of the global war on terrorism.
American Law Society's Board of Directors selectively chooses lawyers who show a history of greatness and consistency. It is a privilege to have John Dunn join the organization.
If you would like to contact Mr. Dunn, you may reach him through his profile page at:www.americanlawsociety.org/united-states/ft-mitchell/john-m-dunn
"We look forward to following John Dunn's career and are extremely excited to see his articles, videos, and information posted on America Law Society's platform." -Valerie Dougherty of American Law Society