Bryce Lenox

Bryce Lenox

Bryce is an experienced trial lawyer and trusted advisor to businesses and individuals. He practices commercial litigation in federal and state courts and has extensive first-chair trial experience, bringing numerous jury trials to successful verdicts. Before forming Giles Lenox LLC, Bryce was a partner with Thompson Hine LLP, one of Ohio’s largest law firms.

Bryce has secured significant results for clients before juries, judges and arbitrators, and has successfully negotiated multi-million dollar settlements in matters ranging from consumer class actions to complex product liability and intellectual property disputes. He has represented in court and counseled a variety of clients, ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to individuals and family businesses, in federal and state trial and appellate courts. Bryce also serves as a court-appointed mediator for the Hamilton County Common Pleas Court.

Prior to law school, Bryce worked in public accounting and attained CPA certification (currently inactive), which has enabled him to take on cases involving accountants and accounting issues. Bryce has represented corporations and corporate CFOs and controllers in cases regarding accounting irregularities, and accounting firms facing SEC and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board ("PCAOB") inquiries. Bryce has assisted in providing reports of such matters to audit committees, responded to broad agency-issued subpoenas, and negotiated favorable settlements of agency charges.

Bryce actively participates in a number of community and professional organizations. He is the former Treasurer and Chairman of the Finance Committee for the Dan Beard Council of the Boy Scouts of America. He is the Secretary of the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, sits on the board of Summer Work Experience in Law (SWEL) and was a member of the 2005 class of the Cincinnati Academy of Leadership for Lawyers. Bryce has taught Managerial Ethics as an Adjunct Professor at the Northern Kentucky University School of Business. In his free time, Bryce enjoys running, and has completed a marathon and several 200-mile overnight relays.

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