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Assumes role from veteran leader Scott Phillips

Charles Galvin has been named the head of Frost Brown Todd’s (FBT’s) West Chester office, effective Jan. 12, 2024. He succeeds Scott Phillips, who served as partner-in-charge since the office opened in 2009.

Galvin is a member of the Government Services, Business Litigation, and Appellate practice groups. He advises privately-held businesses and governmental entities alike in all phases of litigation for a wide range of claims. He joined FBT as an associate in 2013 and became a partner in 2021. In addition to his role at FBT, Galvin serves on the Butler County Bar Association’s Grievance Committee and is president of the Mason City Schools Board of Education.

“I am honored to serve as partner-in-charge of the West Chester office,” stated Galvin. “I’m especially grateful to Scott, who not only has built a strong foundation for this office since the day it opened but also has been an integral part of our firm and the Greater Cincinnati community. I look forward to building upon his legacy of dynamic leadership, thoughtful client service and support for the community in this new role.”

Now in its 15th year, FBT’s West Chester office boasts a deep, reputable bench of attorneys with extensive experience advising clients in business advisory, outside general counsel, and law director capacities. Outside the firm, FBT attorneys hold leadership positions on boards across the market and are active, long-time supporters of the West Chester/Liberty Township Girls and Boys Club, the United Way of Warren County, the Miami University (Ohio) Foundation, Shared Harvest, The Salvation Army of Greater Cincinnati, USA Cares, The Goering Center, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Board of Trustees, Bethany School Board of Trustees, Cincinnati Development Fund, Board of CityLink Center and One C1ty for Recovery, among many others.