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Client Spotlight with Heylo Cannabis

F ounded in 2017 in Seattle by Laurel “Lo” Friesen,  Heylo Cannabis  is a cannabis extracts processor. The company is  part of a network of suppliers, processors, and distributors that has grown in Washington, since the state  legalized marijuana
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Attorney Spotlight with Kendall Grodek

Kendall Grodek practices in the areas of estate planning and probate. Prior to joining the firm as an Associate, Kendall worked as a law clerk with Mansour Gavin and externed at the Cuyahoga County Probate Court. Kendall earned a J.D. from

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EEOC Guidance on Employer Ability to Require COVID-19 Vaccinations

As COVID-19 case numbers fall and more Americans become vaccinated and return to work, the EEOC has issued updated guidance for employers regarding vaccination. The EEOC guidance centers on, among other things, an employer’s ability to

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What You Need to Know About the Ohio Revised Limited Liability Act

Early this year, Ohio completed its overhaul of the Revised Code governing limited liability companies. The Ohio Revised Limited Liability Company Act (the “2021 Act”) became effective on April 12, 2021 but will not become applicable to Ohio

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Spotlight with Ernest Mansour

Malek Khawam sat down with Ernest Mansour to discuss their Lebanese heritage, what it was like growing up as Arab Americans, and how the practice of law has transformed throughout the years.

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Attorney Spotlight with Danielle Easton

Danielle Easton's practice focuses on labor and employment and civil litigation, specifically insurance defense. Prior to joining the firm as an Associate, Danielle worked at Mansour Gavin as a law clerk, externed at the Cuyahoga County
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Estate Planning in Uncertain Times

The COVID-19 pandemic caused disruption around the world and created a greater sense of urgency for estate planning and end-of-life directives. Having an estate plan is essential for everyone, no matter what stage of life you are in, and we
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Rule Changes in Exempt Offerings for Non-Accredited Investors

Under federal securities law, any offer or sale of a security must be registered with the SEC, unless it falls under one of the exemptions, such as Regulation D of the Securities Act. Regulation D affords some companies the ability to offer and
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What the American Rescue Plan Act Means for Employers

On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed into law the American Rescue Plan Act (“ARPA”). The ARPA contains a $1.9 trillion budget and has several provisions that directly affect employers.
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The Problem with Do it Yourself Online Wills

Access to free or inexpensive products and services on the internet is not a new phenomenon. We all try to remember the old adage that “sometimes you get exactly what you pay for” but when tempted with what looks like a really great deal, we tend

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