Bexley resident Thomas Pampush was awarded a certificate in family business advising at the Family Firm Institute's 2008 International Conference.

Bexley resident Thomas Pampush was awarded a certificate in family business advising at the Family Firm Institute's 2008 International Conference.

Pampush is a partner for Schottenstein Zox & Dunn Co., where he coordinates the firm's Family Enterprises Practice Area.

Pampush guides clients through issues unique to family businesses. He also assists distressed companies in reorganizing to facilitate turnarounds and acquisitions.

Pampush earned his law degree from Ohio State University.

Bexley resident Peter A. Lusenhop has been named a partner in the Columbus law office of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP.

Lusenhop is a member of the health care and litigation practice groups. His practice focuses on health care litigation, commercial disputes, product liability, toxic tort defense and personal injury claims.

Lusenhop graduated cum laude from Miami University and received his law degree with honors from Ohio State University.