• Focused on what
    matters to you

    In a sea of complicated legal issues, it's easy to lose perspective. Clients ask us to help them see the big picture and handle the details. Our knowledgeable and accomplished team offers solid advice and innovative solutions to your most complex problems, allowing you to focus on building your business.

  • Go against the current
    when needed

    We are a dynamic law firm that adapts to change and forges new paths to meet your needs. Clients expect rapid response, solid advice and clear understanding of business goals. We deliver this with fresh, innovative thinking, never fearing to defy convention.

  • Provide guidance through twists and turns

    Blindsided by the unexpected? You can count on our experienced legal team to provide you with reliable advice. We want you to make sound, informed decisions. Our attorneys thrive on your challenges and will provide you with a road map to success.

  • Create value so you can
    grow to new heights

    Clients demand value. Your bottom line matters, and we strive to provide the best possible services for your money. Watch your business thrive and grow to new heights when you invest in our experienced team.

Roetzel is a full-service law firm that provides comprehensive, integrated legal counsel to local, regional, national and international clients.
The firm has offices located throughout Ohio, Florida, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.
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