Frost Brown Todd's first CEO passes the torch

December 15, 2017 By Andy Brownfield

George Yund, who served as the first CEO of one of Cincinnati's largest law firms, is passing the role on to a new leader who will take over Frost Brown Todd on Jan. 1, 2018.

Adam Hall will take over from Yund, continuing the work Yund started as the first leader of the modern Frost Brown Todd.

Frost Brown Todd, Cincinnati's second-largest law firm with 170 local attorneys, according to Courier research, was created in November 2000 with the merger of Brown, Todd & Heyburn and Frost & Jacobs, both large firms on either side of the Ohio River.

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