Like many other professionals whose career niche snuck up on them, C. Christopher Muth thought coming to work for Greenebaum, Doll & McDonald in 1980 would be a short-term affair.

Flash forward to March 2007, when Muth ascended to member-in-charge of the law firm’s Cincinnati office. “I thought we’d be here for a few years, but it’s been a few more than I thought,” he says with a smile. “This is a great community.”

Muth took the helm of a Greenebaum office that has grown steadily and has held its own against the city’s more established law firms, growing its areas of specialization and encouraging its attorneys to dive into community involvement. Greenebaum now claims to be the leading law firm in Northern Kentucky (see related story).
“This is a growth area for us,” Muth remarks, and the numbers back him up.
 

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