Dressman Benzinger LaVelle psc

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Dressman Benzinger LaVelle psc 

The Practice of Excellence
Size of Organization: 38
Year Established: 1955
Web Site: http://www.dbllaw.com

Telephone: 859-903-4435
Telecopier: 859-341-1469



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Dressman Benzinger LaVelle psc is a full-service law firm committed to the practice of excellence in representing its clients. DBL offers clients the same full scope and sophistication of services as a large law firm, but retains the responsiveness and accessibility of a smaller firm. Firm-wide practice groups allow concentration in specific areas of law or specialized industries. Newsletters on a variety of legal topics are sent to clients periodically throughout the year. The firm is the largest law firm based in the Northern Kentucky region. DBL attorneys regularly contribute to legal publications, lecture on practice-related topics, and help improve our community by serving on the boards of numerous charitable and non-profit organizations.



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New Federal OSHA Injury Reporting Rules Now in Effect
Katie Cassidy Tranter, January 23, 2015
This new rule, which went into effect January 1, 2015, revises the requirements for reporting work-related fatality, injury and illness information.

How Often Can I Rollover My IRA?
James A. Dressman, January 19, 2015
The previous position of the IRS with respect to indirect rollovers changed late last year effective January 1, 2015

U.S. Supreme Court: Companies Not Required to Pay Employees for Time Spent in Security Screening
Katie Cassidy Tranter, January 19, 2015
time spent undergoing security clearances is not compensable under the FLSA as amended by the Port-to-Portal Act






 

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