Minc Law Relocates to Pinecrest as First Office Tenant and Doubles…

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Alexandra Arko, Nadeen Harden & Brinton Resto each bring unique backgrounds and experience to the firm. Their insights and skills will be tremendous assets as we help our clients quickly and effectively address their internet defamation-related cases in an evolving technological landscape.

Internet defamation law firm Minc Law is proud to announce its move to a new address located at Pinecrest, the new 58-acre mixed-use project in Orange Village, Ohio. In addition, the firm has doubled its size and added attorneys Alexandra Arko, Nadeen Hayden and Brinton Resto to its roster.

The firm was drawn to Pinecrest for the intrinsic benefits associated with Class A office space in a new development with a wide array of tenants and amenities. The 5,000 square foot space accommodates the current team of six attorneys, three paralegals, and office staff, as well as the firm’s anticipated 50%growth over the next 18 months.

“We are thrilled to be the first office tenant at Pinecrest,” said Aaron Minc, Founder & Principal of Minc Law. “Pinecrest’s state-of-the art office space, premium location, high quality tenants and surrounding amenities make it an ideal site for our firm and reinforces our commitment to our clients.”

The new, cutting edge work space provides a premium work environment for its employees, with collaborative work space, advanced technology resources and ergonomic sit/stand office desks. In addition, the new space better addresses current client needs while anticipating future client demands.

Alexandra Arko combines her creative insight, digital marketing background and legal experience to assist clients with managing and repairing their brand reputation through the removal of damaging and defamatory content on the internet. Upon graduating from law school, Alexandra ran a docket and conducted trials and hearings on behalf of the State of Ohio at the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office - Juvenile Division. Prior to attending law school, she served as founder and CEO of a digital marketing, brand management and advertising firm.

Alexandra earned her law degree from Cleveland Marshall College of Law and her bachelor’s degree from Ohio University. She also earned a certificate of fluency from Beijing Institute of Language and Culture.

With more than a decade of litigation experience, Nadeen Hayden assists individuals and entities in addressing internet defamation, harassment and privacy concerns. Prior to joining Minc Law, she practiced in one of Ohio’s premier criminal defense firms, representing professionals, elected officials, executives and corporations being pursued by federal and state governments. She also served several years as a judicial staff attorney in Ohio’s largest court, managing and resolving hundreds of cases. Nadeen’s practice focuses on removing defamatory and false reviews, news articles and entire websites in order to safeguard her clients’ careers and businesses.

Nadeen is a leader in the Cleveland professional and civic communities. She has served on the board of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and its charitable arm, the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Foundation. Nadeen was also one of the youngest attorneys to be invited to serve on the Executive Committee of the prestigious William K. Thomas American Inn of Court.

Nadeen graduated from Cleveland Marshall College of Law and earned her bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from Cleveland State University.

Brinton Resto applies his understanding of tech-savvy litigation techniques coupled with a deep understanding of how websites and courtrooms intersect in today’s legal world to achieve successful results for his clients. Brinton’s client base spans from large and small organizations to executives, professionals and individuals who need help removing damaging online content. His experience includes conducting depositions, drafting motions, appearing and arguing cases in Court, including on appeal, and winning court ordered injunctions, judgments and other rulings. Brinton earned his law degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Law, a diploma in wine and law from the Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
“Alexandra, Nadeen and Brinton each bring unique backgrounds and experience to the firm,” said Aaron. “Their insights and skills will be tremendous assets as we help our clients quickly and effectively address their internet defamation-related cases in an evolving technological landscape.”

Minc Law has represented hundreds of businesses of all sizes and individuals from all walks of life around the world by providing a full range of internet defamation services to help control their online reputation and image. This experience translates into the firm’s team of attorneys and paralegals understanding not just the legal nuances of each case, but also the private and intimate nature of their clients’ distress. As such, clients are provided with both aggressive representation as well as respectful and compassionate counsel.

About Minc Law:
Minc Law is dedicated solely to internet defamation matters, so our clients receive the most specialized and highly experienced representation from our team of attorneys and paralegals. The firm provides a full range of services to help businesses of all sizes and individuals from all walks of life control their online reputation and image. Our nationally recognized attorneys draw on their specialized technical and business experience to provide unique and cost-effective solutions pertaining to internet defamation, cyberbullying and online harassment, revenge porn and privacy, online investigations, content removal, expert testimony, online reputation management and repair, and litigation. For additional information about Minc Law, please visit http://www.minclaw.com.

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