Joseph C. "Joe" Oehlers

Joseph C. "Joe" Oehlers

Bieser Greer & Landis LLP

Recognized since 2013

Dayton, Ohio

Practice Areas

Commercial Litigation

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Practicing since 1995 in the areas of business litigation and transactions. Previously employed in domestic and international finance and marketing positions with a Fortune 100 manufacturing company. Graduate of Harvard University and the University of Dayton School of Law.


  • Six North Main Street, Suite 400
    Dayton, OH 45402-1914


  • University of Dayton , J.D., graduated 1995
  • Harvard University, BA, graduated 1987

Bar Admissions

  • Ohio, Ohio State Bar Association


  • Dayton Bar Association Certified Grievance Committee - Member
  • Dayton Metro Library - Trustee, Past President
  • Harvard Club of Dayton - President, Chair of Schools Committee
  • United Rehabilitation Services - Trustee, Past President

State Clerkships

  • Ohio - Trial Courts

Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2023 for work in:

  • Commercial Litigation

Counsel to LifeTime Capital Receiver

Since 2004, has acted as counsel to the Federal Court appointed receiver of LifeTime Capital, Inc. LifeTime Capital was a viatical and life settlement company that raised approximately $100M from more than 3,000 investors. The company was placed in receivership after its principal was indicted on numerous fraud charges and the investments purchased by investors were in danger of lapsing given a lack of funds within the company. Numerous actions were prosecuted and the portfolio of insurance policies ultimately sold for the benefit of defrauded investors.

Counsel to The Dayton Foundation

General counsel to The Dayton Foundation, the Dayton area's community foundation which holds and administers approximately $380M in local charitable assets. Representation includes occasional litigation work in addition to philanthropic, corporate and estate planning matters.

Junk vs. Conrad et al.

Defended family and family business against claims of alleged minority owner. The Plaintiff alleged ownership in a spring water company and breaches of fiduciary duties relating to the termination of his involvement with the business.

U.S. Inspection Services vs. NL Engineered Solutions, LLC etc.

Represented a manufacturer of semi-tractor trailers that had been compelled to issue a recall of hundreds of trailers due to the failure of a critical component. The matter involved six parties in three cases in three states and claims of breach of warranty, negligence, fraud and others.

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