For over 50 years, Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP has been providing legal excellence to businesses, families and individuals. We value building long-lasting relationships with our client’s, and we are dedicated to protecting and preserving what is important to them.
At CPM, we foster collaborative, innovative problem solving and are structured to leverage the expertise of all our staff in order to provide the individual attention our clients have come to expect. Although each of our practice areas addresses its own unique matters, our clients understand that CPM can support multiple legal issues and will serve as a trusted partner through complex business and personal circumstances.
Because attorneys have a special obligation to the administration of justice and stewardship of the law, we encourage our attorneys to pursue service to the bar and teaching/educational opportunities. We also urge our attorneys to develop thought leadership on relevant legal issues and to participate in the affairs of their larger communities.
Unfortunately, businesses are struggling across the board, and no one is safe from the aftershock of this virus. My tenant reached out to me on March 18th, saying that they wanted to continue to pay their employees, however, their business was borderline shut down due to their clientele cancelling appointments, even before the full stay-at-home order went into effect. As a result, they requested a 60-day deferral so that they could take a couple months without having to pay their lease. I sent their request over to Geoff Kunkler and Jordan Butler at CPM and they helped me put together an offer that made sense, so that they could continue to stay in business, all while helping me recoup the cost over time.
I very much appreciate your help with this. My only regret is not working with you guys from the beginning, as I think this process would have gone more smoothly and probably more favorably for me, too.
Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP was established in 1967 by Richard V. Patchen and Denis J. Murphy with offices located at 88 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio. Our founding partners provided sophisticated legal representation to Central Ohio businesses and individuals, supporting areas related to entity formation, financing, tax planning, estate planning, and other business transactions. In 1978, Hunt Carlile joined CPM , bringing his expertise in corporate litigation and further strengthening the foundation of the steadily growing firm. Through the late 1970s and 1980s, Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP developed a reputation as a leading business law firm handling complex business matters for small, mid-sized and large companies in the Columbus region.
Historically, CPM has also boasted a considerable number of committed attorneys who have served the Bar in various leadership positions while also being recognized at the highest levels of service by Martindale Hubbell and other legal referral and ranking agencies. Community engagement and giving is an important part of our practice, since the inception of the program in 1987, Carlile Patchen & Murphy has generously contributed to the CBA Minority Clerkship in the employment of summer clerks. Our attorneys are encouraged to develop lasting relationships like these across our community, helping spread their expert knowledge to those in need.
In June of 2015, Carlile Patchen & Murphy merged with the law firm of Campbell Hornbeck Chilcoat & Veatch and leveraged their expansion by opening a second office in Columbus, located at 535 Metro Place South in Dublin, Ohio. The North-Corridor office allows clients in the increasingly growing area of Central, Ohio to conveniently meet with CPM attorneys based on their needs and/or proximity.
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