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Thomas B. Allen '94 Elected President of the Butler County Bar Association

April 16, 2012 (Cincinnati, OH)– Frost Brown Todd is pleased to announce Thomas B. Allen has been elected President of the Butler County Bar Association. The Butler County Bar Association is a voluntary association of approximately 400 attorneys who either practice or live in Butler County, Ohio. The Association acts as a resource for attorneys throughout Butler County by providing continuing education programs for its members, a referral network of attorneys easily searchable on the Association’s website, and a regular newsletter providing local legislation updates and event postings.

Mr. Allen is a partner in Frost Brown Todd’s West Chester office and practices in the governmental services, litigation, and labor and employment areas. He represents clients in a wide array of matters, with emphasis on litigation, school law issues, municipal law issues, and alternative dispute resolution. He has been named to the The Best Lawyers in America® list each year, beginning in 2008.

Mr. Allen is actively engaged in the community as a member of the Executive Committee of the Butler County Republican Party, and served as 1st Ward Seat of Middletown City Council, 2010-2011.

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