Brett acts as "Outside CLO" (Chief Legal Officer) for a number of start-ups, emerging, and established Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky organizations of all sizes (from single member LLC start-ups to companies with nine-figure annual revenue and hundreds of employees). In this role, Brett adds accretive value to his client-partner's growth, while forecasting blind spots and mitigating risk.
In particular, Brett enjoys:
Working with entrepreneurs/investors/business-owners to design corporate strategy, and build out plans for growth/protection;
Analyzing property/leasing issues;
Developing and implementing best practices for compliance with employees and independent contractors;
Negotiating with vendors and customers to create maximum net-benefit business relationships;
Instituting pro-active/preventative litigation strategy and defending/enforcing corporate rights when suit is initiated (including internal partner disputes);
Brett also has extensive experience working with transportation/logistics companies (in particular 3PLs) on architecting motor carrier/customer strategy, handling unique employee or compliance issues, and pursuing commercial collections.
Meet Brett Renzenbrink
Brett has a track record of implementing creative techniques to assist clients (including architecting the "shared services platform" for Non-Profits, which dovetails with the "Outside CLO" platform) and go over and above to establish extreme, results/deliverable-oriented service.
Areas of Practice
Logistics and Transportation
U.S. District Court Southern District of Ohio
"Brett Renzenbrink has been absolutely wonderful to work with! He has provided sound advice and support during business challenges. I highly recommend anyone owning a small business to consider having Brett on your side. He is responsive, kind, and follows through with commitments." - Allison McLaughlin.
Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Highland Heights, Kentucky
J.D. cum laude - 2010
Ohio State University
B.A. cum laude - 2007
Honors: With Honors
Major: Sociology and Honors Interpersonal Communication/Writing
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