Midwest law firm Frost Brown Todd, which has offices in Louisville, Florence and Lexington, has merged with Locke Reynolds, a law firm headquartered in Indianapolis.
Frost Brown Todd is the larger of the two firms, with 385 attorneys and 836 staff members working in nine offices throughout Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, West Virginia and Ohio. Locke Reynolds has 79 attorneys and 79 staff members, with offices in Indianapolis and Ft. Wayne.
The combined firm will operate under the Frost Brown Todd name with offices in Louisville, Florence and Lexington, Ky.; Cincinnati, West Chester and Columbus, Ohio; Nashville, Tenn.; Charleston, W. Va.; and New Albany, Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, Ind.
The combined firm is expected to have revenue exceeding $175 million in 2009.
Frost Brown Todd Co-Managing Partner Richard Erickson said, “In entering new markets, Frost Brown Todd has always taken the same approach: Partner with an established, admired firm that values good client relationships and join with them to provide unmatched service and counsel. Feedback from our clients suggests we have been successful in this model, and it is certainly the one we’re pursuing in our merger with Locke Reynolds.”