Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA is pleased to announce the appointment of Casey Hicks as the new Office Managing Attorney in Chicago. Ms. Hicks will continue her practice in real estate, bankruptcy and legal collections while concentrating on growing the firm's presence in the Chicago market....Read More
The Michigan office of WWR was the feature and cover story for Michigan Banker magazine's December issue....Read More
Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA welcomes Attorney Jason K. Wright back to its Brooklyn Heights, Ohio office after his return from a 12-month-long mobilization as a Major in the United States Army....Read More
Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA Partner Sara M. Donnersbach Receives Ohio Association of Public Treasurers' John D. Cannone AwardOctober 08, 2015 | Sara M. Donnersbach, Esq.
WWR is proud to announce that Partner Sara Donnersbach has received the Ohio Association of Public Treasurers' (OAPT) John D. Cannone Award, the organization's highest honor. Named after the organization's founder, this award is given to a member who unselfishly contributes towards the advancement of the OAPT....Read More
WWR welcomes new Attorney Jack Hinneberg to the Cleveland, Ohio office, where he will practice in Commercial Collections focusing on complex matters....Read More
Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA (WWR), a creditors' rights firm now in its 85th year of client service, is pleased to announce that Kira M. Sandmann has joined the firm as its new Associate Director of Marketing. Ms. Sandmann will work closely with the firm’s leadership to develop marketing communications and branding strategies in support of the firm's business development goals....Read More
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