Weisensell, Mastrantonio & Niese, LLP have been practicing in the Akron area since 2001. Our firm was first established to serve high-profile clients in commercial and business litigation, as well as creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, corporate structure, governance, and construction. Since then we’ve grown our staff and our client base to cover even more areas of litigation – from criminal prosecution and defense to E-Commerce and everything in between. We now employ an extensive staff of attorneys and support personnel, all hand-picked to expand our legal coverage.
At Weisensell, Mastrantonio & Niese, LLP we offer a highly-individualized service: that’s part of the reason we cover such a breadth of litigation areas. We understand that every client’s needs are unique and that a client should expect a lawyer who knows and practices in the area he or she requires. Further, we like to build ongoing relationships with our clients, and offering assistance across multiple sectors allows us to assist in a whole range of legal matters for any given client. We put tremendous emphasis on our clients’ satisfaction, working to deliver professional service and extended one-on-one contact for clarity and mutual understanding, and to let our clients address any potential concerns.
We operate out of the Nantucket Building, a historic site with a long and storied past. The original Nantucket Building was destroyed in a fire in the late 19th century and then rebuilt in 1899 by a town Judge — W.B. Doyle — as a courthouse. We are honored to continue this tradition of law and order by practicing in the building today, at its location in Akron’s historic market district.
Awarding attorneys requires a long and arduous process, full of vetting and nominations. Given that, we are truly privileged to work with the talented team of Rising Stars, Super Lawyers, and Best Lawyers in America that makes up Weisensell, Mastrantonio & Niese, LLP. Despite how much these awards mean to us in the legal community, we also understand clients are concerned with the outcome of their case, and the rest is academic. While it is impossible to promise any outcome in or out of the courtroom, we always offer our best professional counsel at a reasonable rate. The finest award we can imagine is a satisfied client.
Akron has been good to us since our arrival in 2001, and we like to try to give back whenever possible. We sponsor many events and organizations in and around Akron – from law associations and programs to the local zoo. We remain heavily invested in the other pillars of the Akron community, including church organizations and school sports clubs, as well as the YMCA. After all, our community is built around these organizations, helping us create a vibrant and exciting town for everyone.
While we love our community, we also strive to become better world citizens. At Weisensell, Mastrantonio & Niese, LLP we have the privilege of being the exclusive Commercial Litigation Member in Ohio for IR Global — an international law network with over 90,000 members worldwide.
While it is an honor to hold this role, our connections through IR Global also help us serve our own clients – many of whom conduct international business. We occasionally draw on the knowledge of our co-members when a question of international law emerges that is outside of our purview. We also regularly attend events sponsored by the organization, which helps us stay up-to-date on the changing nature of law and encourages the exchange of ideas between law professionals around the globe.
We represent everyone from individuals seeking legal recourse to international corporations; we’re happy to say our client base is as diverse as our practice areas. Generally, our corporate clients consist of financial institutions, construction companies, and developers, energy, and resource exploration companies and miscellaneous national and local market institutions. That said, we’re happy to discuss any case that walks through our doors. Don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.
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