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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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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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PPP Loans and M&A

Small business owners considering selling their business should be aware of the Procedural Notice No. 5000-20057 (the “Notice”) issued by the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) on October 2, 2020. According to the Notice, prior to selling more

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The Dawn of the New NAFTA

July 1, 2020 marks the beginning of a new era of free trade in North America under the United States-Canada-Mexico Agreement ("USMCA").

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Business interruption insurance claims During COVID-19

In dealing with the financial impact of COVID-19, many businesses are looking to their insurance companies for assistance. Commercial insurance policies can cover certain events that cause temporary interruption in the normal course of business,

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Are You on Top of Your Corporate Record Keeping?

It's hard work being a business owner and after the initial formation, many business owners tuck their corporate records into a file cabinet and focus on building their business. However, whether you own a corporation, LLC, or partnership, it’s

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How Data Privacy Has Changed Since the GDPR Took Effect

It’s been just about a year since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect amidst a flurry of predictions that the global data privacy landscape would dramatically change. So, has it? Well, not quite… yet,

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Ask the Attorney - Data Privacy Regulations in the US

Q: I keep hearing about various data privacy regulations being passed, but my company does not do business overseas. Should I still be thinking about doing anything, and if so, why?

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Inadvertently Destroying Evidence: A Risk to Avoid

Spoliation of evidence is the willful destruction of key evidence, in the face of current or potential litigation. In Ohio, a party damaged by spoliation has two avenues for relief: 1) seek sanctions in the pending lawsuit, or 2) file a separate

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Ask the Attorney: Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

Q: Since medical marijuana is now legal in Ohio, as an employer, can I enforce our drug-free workplace policy against employees who are impaired at work even though they are lawfully using it?

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