Reuel retired in 2021 after 17 years with Ulmer. Reuel focused his practice in the areas of bankruptcy, insolvency, creditors’ rights, out-of-court workouts, receiverships, and commercial litigation. He represented individuals and corporate debtors, creditors’ committees, and secured creditors in Chapter 11 reorganizations and liquidations, and has represented various parties in bankruptcy cases, receiverships, and other insolvency proceedings in federal and state courts throughout the region. His litigation experience includes dischargeability litigation and other bankruptcy adversary actions, as well as commercial and consumer-based matters on behalf of financial institutions. Since 2006, Reuel has annually been named a Cincy Magazine “Leading Lawyer” and has achieved the highest ranking, AV Preeminent®, from Martindale-Hubbell®. Reuel has also been named to the Ohio Super Lawyers list since 2012. He began his career by serving as Chief Bankruptcy Judge Burton Perlman’s law clerk from 1991-1993.
(A.B., Music, 1979)
California State Scholar; Music Guild Scholar; Humanities Honors Program
(M.M., Performance and Literature, 1981)
Law Review, Contributing Editor; George C. Katsanis Scholar
Before becoming an attorney, Reuel was a professional musician. He currently serves as the Program Director of Chamber Music Cincinnati and enjoys giving back to a community that is special to him.