Honest, Intelligent Advice.
When it matters most.

Honest, Intelligent Advice.
When it matters most.

Honest. Intelligent. Advice.
When it matters most.

Honest, Intelligent Advice.
When it matters most.

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Philosophy

  • Open lines of communication

    Nothing can be more frustrating than someone who is supposed to be on your side not talking to you. We take special care to make sure you understand the ins-and-outs of your case, and that you can come to us for any legal help you need.

  • Communicating Fees

    We understand life can be expensive. We strive to have competitive legal fees and we offer many different payment options. We understand the dreaded day when a bill of any kind arrives and we want you to feel confident that you are getting your money’s worth.

  • Drop the legal jargon

    While the legal field is full of legalize terms, we know you came to us in the first place because the law can be confusing. We are dedicated to make sure you understand what is going on in layman’s terms, and if you don’t, just ask and we will try to explain it a different way. We want you to feel as confident in your case as we are.

Recent News

Dec 15, 2016

Minnillo & Jenkins Co., LPA filed a federal lawsuit against Silv Communications, Inc., on behalf of a local business and all others affected by the alleged scam.  The complaint (read it here) alleges that Silv Communications calls consumers under false pretenses claiming to confirm “directory” information.  According to the complaint, Silv records the call and then edits it electronically to create a phony recording that it uses as “consent” to switch the victim’s long distance provider so it can collect additional fees from the consumer.  The complaint cites dozens of similar reports about Silv Communications to the Better Business Bureau and the Ohio Attorney General.

Silv Communications’ lawyers filed a motion to dismiss claiming, among other things, that there is no private right of action under the federal Telecommunications Act and that such claims cannot be brought as class actions.  On December 5, 2016, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio rejected all of Silv Communications’ arguments (read it here) allowing the case to proceed.  Minnillo & Jenkins will vigorously pursue this case on behalf of all affected individuals and businesses.  If you have been subjected to Silv’s alleged scam or others like it, please contact us to discuss your potential claims.

Dec 5, 2016

Minnillo & Jenkins Attorneys at LawMinnillo & Jenkins is proud to have sponsored Branford Marsalis appearance with The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra for the “One City One Symphony” project over Thanksgiving weekend.  The terrific concert was enjoyed by many members of our staff and their families, and we even got to meet Branford Marsalis afterwards!  Great thanks to Mr. Marsalis and the Symphony for a wonderful event.

Nov 9, 2016

You may have heard about how Volkswagen and its subsidiaries used a “defeat device” to falsify emissions tests from so called “clean diesel” vehicles.  Now it appears that Audi, a Volkswagen subsidiary, has used a different device to manipulate emissions and mileage test results for some of its larger non-diesel models such as the A6, A8 and Q5.  On November 8, 2016, Minnillo & Jenkins, together with partner firms Goldenberg Schneider and Hagens Berman filed what is believed to be the first national class action against Audi based on this recent discovery.

According to recently published reports, the affected Audi vehicles, manufactured as late as May 2016, are equipped with special software that detects when the vehicle is being tested based on steering wheel movement.  The reports indicate that the software controls the vehicles’ transmissions while they are being tested to keep the vehicle in a higher gear, thereby reducing engine RPM’s, reducing emissions and increasing efficiency during testing.  Because the device only operates during testing, the test results do not reflect the vehicles’ actual emissions or efficiency during regular driving.  As a result, according to the reports, the advertised emissions figures and efficiency ratings of the affected Audi vehicles are inaccurate.

Written content provided by Christian A. Jenkins