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Claire W. Bushorn Danzl
Claire W. Bushorn Danzl understands the laws associated with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), contract law, and other areas of the law that will help you win your case. Claire was named a top rated employee benefits attorney and Super Lawyer “Rising Star” for 2020-2021, a distinction for a select group of attorneys following an independent review and peer recognition.
Claire founded the Bushorn Firm on the principle that each client’s needs are unique and require individualized service. She is devoted to serving her clients with courtesy, professionalism, skill, and knowledge. Her passion for helping individuals obtain justice translates into a thorough and principled approach to zealously advocate for her clients’ interests. She stays abreast of legal precedent and enjoys tackling complex and novel legal theories.
Prior to founding The Bushorn Firm, Claire represented individuals and class members in ERISA, wage and hour, and employment discrimination litigation in federal court and represented labor unions in contract negotiations, arbitrations, and before the NLRB. Her experience representing union members, executives and employees in these contexts allows her to provide clients with unique insight into the issues frequently associated in employee benefit claims and litigation.
Claire received her law degree from The University of Cincinnati College of Law and her bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University. She is licensed in Ohio and Kentucky and admitted to practice in the Northern & Southern Districts of Ohio, the Eastern & Western Districts of Kentucky, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and The U.S. Supreme Court. In addition, Claire can bring claims in other federal jurisdictions on a case by case basis.
Claire serves as a committee member on the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law’s Employee Benefits Committee and as a chair of the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Solo/Small Law Firm practice group.
When she is not working or spending time with family, Claire enjoys running and traveling. She volunteers her time by offering pro bono legal services for the Volunteer Lawyers Project for the poor and has served as a board member for local nonprofits and as a legal guardian for the elderly.