Eastman & Smith Ltd.
Size of Organization: 79
Year Established: 1844Web Site: http://www.eastmansmith.com
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Eastman & Smith Ltd. is the oldest firm in the Toledo, Ohio area and one of the oldest firms in the state of Ohio, having been in continuous existence through predecessor firms since 1844. We are committed to continued growth consistent with the training necessary to maintain professional standards. Our growth has been generated both internally and through merger, resulting in an expansion of capabilities which responds to our clients' needs.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Eastman & Smith Ltd.:
Labor and Employment (30 cases in past two years)
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Documents by Eastman & Smith Ltd. on Martindale.com
Fiscal Year Businesses Qualify For Ohio Deduction in 2013
Gary M. Harden, February 14, 2014
The Small Business Investor Deduction is an incentive provided to owners of Ohio businesses on their state income tax returns, effective January 1, 2013. The deduction can be a big deal: 50% of adjusted state small business income, capped at $250,000 of income. The term “owners”...
Boh Brothers Construction: Harassment Game Changer?
Sarah E. Pawlicki,James B. Yates, January 21, 2014
In Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Boh Brothers Construction Company, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently upheld a jury verdict in favor of a male-on-male sexual harassment case arising out of egregious facts and a supervisor’s bad behavior on an all-male construction site....