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Inflation and its impact on estate planning

Everyone loves inflation, right? No? When you are looking at the effects of inflation on your estate plan, you may realize there is a bit of a silver lining and there are some opportunities to consider.

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National Labor Relations Board Issues New Joint Employer RULE

On September 6, 2022, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a notice of proposed rulemaking to again change how a joint employer relationship is defined under the National Labor Relations Act. When presidential administrations change, so

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What Can Real Estate Professionals Expect as Receiverships Continue to Rise?

In an economy that has spent the last two years saddled with the impact of a global pandemic, rising inflation, and higher interest rates, the commercial real estate market has been no stranger to reconciling with new realities. Ohio and the region

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Attorney Spotlight with William Peseski

William specializes in civil litigation defense, focusing his practice on general civil litigation, commercial litigation, and insurance litigation defense.What accomplishment has given you the greatest satisfaction? I’m extremely proud of the work

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House Bill 447 Limits Qualifying “Injuries” for Remote Workers

On June 24, 2022, Governor Mike DeWine signed into law House Bill 447 (“H.B. 447”),[1] which amends sections 4123.01, 4123.56, and 4123.64 of the Revised Code regarding eligibility for workers’ compensation for employees who work from home, as well

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House Bill 563 Limits Local Governments from Regulating Short-term Rentals

A bill before the Ohio Statehouse limiting local governments from regulating short-term rentals like Airbnbs and Vrbos will advance after passing a preliminary committee vote (9:4) on May 11, 2022. House Bill 563 limits local governments from

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FAQ: Considerations When Purchasing a Business

Purchasing a business is one of the most important financial decisions you make. Buyers-to-be are often asking us questions outlined below, which we hope will help guide you when considering a new business acquisition. Please note that every

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Department of Labor Issues Updated Family and Medical Leave Act Guidance

While the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) has always provided leave for mental health conditions that qualify as serious health conditions, the Department of Labor recently issued updated guidance and frequently asked questions to provide a

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The War in Ukraine: How Did We Get Here?

The following article was authored by Tatyana Pishnyak, an associate attorney with Mansour Gavin, and the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed throughout this article are those of Ms. Pishnyak and not Mansour Gavin LPA. However, Mansour Gavin

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EEOC Issues Updated Guidance on Caregiver Discrimination During the Pandemic

On March 14, 2022, the EEOC released new guidance related to caregiver discrimination and the COVID-19 pandemic. The guidance reaffirms that simply because a caregiver is not a protected class in and of itself, an employer still maintains a

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