Dianne Marx is a trial lawyer with extensive experience in a wide variety of business law and civil matters. She has the experience of having participated in some 40 jury trials of civil matters in both federal and state courts, as well as representing clients in numerous court trials and hearings. Dianne loves the courtroom and brings the passion with her to every case that she takes on.
Although Dianne has successfully represented defendants in jury trials, she has also represented plaintiffs in complex civil cases that have resulted in verdicts and settlements in excess of $2 million.
With over 30 years of experience representing publicly-traded companies, family owned businesses as well as individuals, Dianne fights for her clients, yet also knows that due to the cost and emotional toll litigation can take, creative settlements through alternative dispute resolution and mediation should be considered. Consistent with this, Dianne is a trained mediator and her work includes mediation in state court. In 2014, she recieved the distinction of being a "Woman of Influence" by the YWCA and in 2015, she was honored with the Montgomery Co. Common Pleas Court Mediation Service Award.
As Past President of the Dayton Bar Association, Dayton Bar Foundation, and Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project, as well as a past chair of the Artemis Center for Domestic Violence, Dianne is actively involved in the legal community and frequently co-counsels with other attorneys on behalf of their clients.
Dianne received her law degree in 1982 from the University of Notre Dame School of Law, where she was a Thomas J. and Alberta White Scholar on Law and Public Policy.