Nicholas M.P.


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Nick is a business attorney whose work has focused in the areas of business planning, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, and consumer financing. Before law school, his experience includes working as a congressional intern for Congressman Ted Strickland, and as an analyst for a financial services company. Nick is an energetic and enthusiastic advocate for his clients and is dedicated to producing exemplary results. Nick represents clients in numerous industries including brewing and distilling.

From an early age, Nick looked up to his grandfather, who was also an attorney and admired his grandfather’s desire to help his clients in any way possible. Following this example, Nick dedicates himself entirely to the needs of his clients and devotes his full attention to uncovering every issue his clients might encounter.

Outside the office, Nick’s interests include spending time with his wife Katherine and two sons, traveling, camping, hiking, skiing, and cheering on the Cincinnati Reds.

Publications and Articles

"Retail Leasing: The Nuances of Nuisance,"
Colorado Real Estate Journal, July 16, 2014

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