Freund, Freeze & Arnold Names New Shareholder Attorneys

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Adam Armstrong, Jennifer Brill, Lindsay Johnson, and Julia Turner promoted to shareholder attorneys.

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Freund, Freeze & Arnold, A Legal Professional Association, a Dayton, Ohio-based law firm, is pleased to announce that four of its attorneys have been promoted to shareholder attorneys.

Adam C. Armstrong – Dayton, Ohio office
Armstrong joined the firm in 2005. He has experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts in Ohio and a number of other states, before the U.S. Department of Labor Administrative Law Judges, and before the American Arbitration Association. Armstrong represents, counsels and advises businesses and individuals in and outside the courtroom on a wide-range of issues including medical malpractice defense, real estate, environmental, employment, non-compete/confidentiality agreements, insurance coverage, creditor's rights, business transactions/disputes, contracts and quasi-contractual disputes. He has been named an “Ohio Super Lawyers Rising Star” each year since 2010, a list jointly prepared by Law & Politics Magazine and Cincinnati Magazine. Armstrong is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Dayton School of Law, teaching a Medical Malpractice Tort Litigation Capstone. He currently sits on the Board of Trustees of Muse Machine, Reach Out of Montgomery County and the University of Dayton School of Law Alumni Association. He also serves as a mentor through Miami University's Pre-Law Program, the Supreme Court of Ohio and Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Jennifer M. Brill – Dayton, Ohio office
Brill joined the firm in 2004. She concentrates her practice in insurance defense, appellate practice, and workers' compensation defense. In addition to defending clients in the Common Pleas and Appellate Courts of Ohio and Indiana, she represents employers in front of the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation and Industrial Commission. Brill has been named as “Ohio Super Lawyers Rising Star” 2010-12, a list jointly prepared by Law & Politics Magazine and Cincinnati Magazine. She has made a number of presentations to students at the University of Dayton concerning risk management in Greek life, and has been a featured speaker for the Dayton Chamber of Commerce, Generation Dayton, and other organizations on workers’ compensation matters. Brill is also an adjunct professor at the University of Dayton School of Law, where she teaches Appellate Advocacy, and at Sinclair Community College, where she teaches Real Estate Law. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees for United Rehabilitation Services, from 2010 to the present and is now the secretary for 2012. Brill also volunteers her time with the Springboro Rotary, Big Brother Big Sisters and the START program at the Montgomery County jail.

Lindsay M. Johnson – Dayton, Ohio office
Johnson joined the firm in 2004. She focuses her practice on helping companies and individuals navigate their way through all types of litigation matters. Her representative cases include general employment matters, employment discrimination, civil rights claims, race discrimination, medical malpractice defense and ethics issues, including wrongful death, legal malpractice defense, appellate practice matters, and general and complex business disputes, including issues related to tortious interference with business and contracts. In 2009, Johnson was voted one of Dayton's "Forty Under 40", an award bestowed by the Dayton Business Journal upon the city's up-and-coming business and community leaders. She has been named an “Ohio Super Lawyers Rising Star” 2009-12, a list jointly prepared by Law & Politics Magazine and Cincinnati Magazine. Johnson supports making access to the legal system available to the underprivileged through partnerships with the Volunteer Lawyers Project and other community organizations where Lindsay accepts many VLP cases each year. She also participates in the Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyer's Project START Program, whereby she counsels female inmates concerning their re-entry into the community. She is an active community participant with positions on the Alumni Associate Board of the Dayton Art Institute. She has helped to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for The Dayton Art Institute and chaired, along with her husband, the museum's annual Oktoberfest in 2011. Johnson is a member of the Young Leaders' Council of Goodwill Easter Seals, and serves on the Fundraising and Development Committee for Dayton History. Her volunteerism reaches to The Hospice of Dayton, where she sits on both the Board of Trustees and the Performance Improvement and Professional Advisory Council.

Julia A. Turner – Dayton, Ohio office
Turner joined the firm in 2003. Turner is a litigation attorney with a focus on medical malpractice defense, and she has also represented healthcare professionals in a variety of litigation matters. Before joining the firm, Turner was an emergency room nurse followed by her tenure as an intensive care unit nurse at Miami Valley Hospital, the only Level 1 trauma center in the Dayton area. She also serves as a Preble County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for neglected and dependent children.

About Freund, Freeze & Arnold
Freund, Freeze & Arnold is a Dayton, Ohio-based litigation firm. The firm has achieved the highest rating for law firms by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and is included in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Pre-eminent Lawyers.

Freund, Freeze & Arnold is a member of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms.

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