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Keating Muething & Klekamp Forms "Green" Team

December 11, 2007

Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL (KMK) has recently joined the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) becoming the first full-service law firm member in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, and has formed a practice team dedicated to addressing Green building issues.

The USGBC is a non-profit organization dedicated to sustainable building design and construction. Their mission is to promote environmentally responsible buildings that are profitable and healthy places to live and work. A Green building promotes environment, economic, and community health benefits through environmentally responsible design.

The KMK Green Team has been formed to assist developers and property owners to enhance the value of their projects and take advantage of available incentives through the implementation of green building principles and to navigate the LEED® certification process and address related legal issues. Our team is comprised of real estate, environmental, economic development, and tax lawyers who have experience and knowledge about Green development issues. The KMK Green Team members are: Kenneth P. Kreider, Brian M. Babb, Jill A. Weller, Gail G. Pryse, David A. Meyer, Sean S. Suder, James A. Singler, and Brenna L. Penrose.

KMK, a full-service Cincinnati law firm, was founded in 1954. We have approximately 115 lawyers and a support staff of more than 150 employees. For more than 50 years, we have contributed to the success of many businesses from Fortune 500 corporations and small start-up companies to non-profit organizations and government entities. Our mission is to provide high quality legal counsel to clients by meeting their identified needs and developing appropriate solutions. Our vision is to excel as a law firm by recruiting and retaining the highest quality attorneys and personnel with diverse social, ethnic and political backgrounds.