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1400 Fifth Third Center, 600 Superior Avenue E
Mailing Address: 1400 Fifth Third Center, 600 Superior Avenue E, Cleveland, Ohio, 44114
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About this office:
Buckley King provides legal advice and guidance on traditional to complex business matters in the major industries and areas of business law, finance, real estate, corporate, employment, bankruptcy, and commercial litigation. The Firm fosters a culture in which integrity, transparency, creativity, better solutions, and teamwork are non-negotiable. Buckley King is known for giving straight answers, thinking big picture, hearing clients' needs, finding practical and effective solutions, and completing engagements on time and on budget.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Business Law; Corporate Law; Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures; Contracts; Labor And Employment; Commercial Law; Commercial Real Estate; Zoning, Planning and Land Use; Leases and Leasing; Equipment Finance and Leasing; Finance; Banks and Banking; White Collar Crime; Bankruptcy; Debtor and Creditor; Litigation; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Appellate Practice; Class Actions; Complex and Multi-District Litigation; Litigation For Management; Unfair Competition; Insurance Law; Insurance Coverage; Insurance Defense; Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility; Legal Malpractice; Professional Liability; Medical Malpractice Defense; Directors; Officers Liability; Products Liability; Toxic Torts; Asbestos Defense; Premises Liability; Construction Defects; Hazardous Materials; Public Finance; Municipal Law; Government Affairs; Education Law; School Law; Eminent Domain; Government Contracts; Housing Law; Utility Law; Health Care; Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations; Trade Secrets; Trademarks; Trusts and Estates; Probate; Successions; Asset Protection; Asset Recovery; Complex Commercial Litigation; Commercial Transactions; Commercial Litigation; Commercial Fraud; Commercial Crimes; Commercial Torts; Uniform Commercial Code; Negotiable Instruments; Secured Transactions; Construction Law; Construction Products Liability; Mechanics Liens; Construction Litigation; Construction Liens; Construction Finance; Construction Equipment Liability; Construction Contracts; Construction and Design Law; Lease Finance; Commercial Leasing; Entertainment and the Arts; Complex Litigation; Election, Campaign and Political Law; Affordable Housing; Housing Finance; Low Income Housing; Multi-Family Housing; Public Housing; Senior Citizen Housing; Internet Law; Partnership Law; Privacy Law; Bond Finance; Community Development; Economic Development; Housing and Urban Development; Project Finance; Public Authority Finance; Public-Private Partnerships; Real Estate; Land Acquisitions; Land Sales; Real Estate Acquisitions; Real Estate Bankruptcy; Real Estate Development; Real Estate Errors and Omissions; Real Estate Finance; Real Estate Foreclosure; Real Estate Litigation; Real Estate Secured Lending; Real Estate Syndication; Real Estate Title; Real Estate Workouts; Real Property Acquisitions; Real Property Development; Real Property Finance; Regulatory Law; Technology and Science; Wills; Guardianship and Conservatorship; Investment Law; Negligence Defense; Occupational Safety and Health; Resorts and Leisure; Torts; Workers Compensation.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Financing Options: Well, You Do Have Alternatives!
Brent M. Buckley,Lisa Arlyn Lowe, March 13, 2015, previously published by Properties Magazine on March 2015
Brent M. Buckley and Lisa Arlyn Lowe, partners with the law firm of Buckley King, highlight select alternative financing, incentive, and economic programs available as financing options for Ohio businesses and developers.
Corporate Responsibility of Data Privacy, Protection
Brent M. Buckley, November 27, 2014, previously published by Properties Magazine on November 2014
Cyber and network security exposures are no longer "emerging risks." The risks are here now. While security breaches are most frequently caused by human error relating to policy neglect or loss/theft of portable devices, the incidents attributable to phishing emails, malware and other...
Federal Court Confirms FTC Can Police Data Security
Matthew J. Bakota,Heidi J. Milicic, July 16, 2014
A federal court confirms the FTC can police data security, giving the FTC, and possibly others, a boost in its authority to prosecute businesses for data security failures.
Year Established: 1983
Private and public companies; Fortune companies; banks and other financial services institutions; private equity and other investment groups; real estate owners and developers; educational entities; professionals; insurance companies; non-profit entities; governmental entities; municipalities; high-net-worth individuals.