Dressman Benzinger LaVelle psc
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Size of Organization: 38
Year Established: 1955Web Site: http://www.dbllaw.com
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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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Documents by Dressman Benzinger LaVelle psc on Martindale.com
Tax Time is a Good Time to Review Your Estate Plan
James A. Dressman, April 4, 2013
As the April 15 tax filing deadline approaches, it may be a good time to review your estate plan. If you do not have a written estate plan, including a will, power of attorney, and a healthcare surrogate designation/living will directive, now is the time to create one. If you have a written...
Defective Work: Is It Covered?
Kelli A. Kleisinger, March 27, 2013, previously published by www.dbllaw.com on March 2013
Construction projects seldom proceed without commercial general liability (CGL) insurance. Obtaining GCL coverage is one of the easy decisions in the construction process. These policies generally cover bodily injuries and property damage arising out of the premises, operations, products, and...
Ohio Supreme Court Reverses Key Decision On Noncompete Agreements
March 27, 2013, previously published by www.dbllaw.com on March 2013
In October 2012, the Ohio Supreme Court issued an opinion and held that a company does not cease to exist after a merger but instead is absorbed and becomes a part of the successor company. Based on this holding, the Court explained that a noncompete agreement acquired in a merger may be enforced...