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January, 2020 - Louisville, Kentucky



Gregory Kaskey Joins Dinsmore Board of Directors as Firm Leadership Undergoes Youth Movement


Dinsmore & Shohl LLP is pleased to announce Gregory Kaskey has joined its 18-member board of directors, taking the Dayton seat vacated by Partner Tim Hoffman.

Kaskey’s addition to the board is one of several changes to firm leadership, which has become significantly younger and more diverse in 2020. Kaskey is also joined by new board members Ashley Pack in Southern West Virginia, Donna Perry in Louisville, Kentucky and new Labpr & Employment Department Chair Allison Goico. Dinsmore Chairman and Managing Partner George Vincent, who began his fifth term this month, called it a “whole generational shift.”

“It’s exciting to see the next generation of folks stepping into leadership roles,” Vincent said. “They’ll not only carry on what we’ve built, but also put their own stamp on the firm, which makes this an exciting time.”

Kaskey has been with Dinsmore since 2004. He is the co-chair of the Leasing and Property Management division of the firm’s Real Estate practice group.

“I’m humbled, honored and excited to join the board,” he said. “I have a lot of ideas, and I’m really looking forward to hearing others’ ideas and being part of the future of the firm and the decisions that are made. My goal is to continue the great efforts and work of previous boards that put Dinsmore in the strong position it is in today, and to help shape how the firm will look in 10 years and beyond.”

Dinsmore has grown significantly in Vincent’s four terms as chairman–from 275 attorneys to nearly 700. Kaskey foresees the new board continuing along that path.

“We haven’t grown just to grow. We look at opportunities that make sense and grow intentionally,” he said.
“I fully anticipate this board will continue being selective and intentional.”

At 44, Kaskey is significantly younger than a number of current board members. He and Pack both see that as an advantage in representing a large portion of Dinsmore attorneys.

“We can help create a hybrid leadership to transition Dinsmore into the future,” he said. “We understand all generations here; we share ideologies and values with both those who came before us and those who will follow.”


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