Kohrman Jackson & Krantz PLL

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Kohrman Jackson & Krantz PLL 

Size of Organization: 60
Year Established: 1969
Main Office: Cleveland, Ohio
Web Site: http://www.kjk.com

Telephone: 216-696-8700
Telecopier: 216-621-6536

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Kohrman Jackson & Krantz PLL is a Cleveland-based law firm representing individuals and companies throughout Northeast Ohio and the United States. Founded in 1969, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the resources and knowledge needed to solve their legal issues, and have the expertise to handle the most sophisticated business transactions and complex litigation.



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Unruly Horse Renders Stable Owner Immune from Liability for its Unruly Dog
Stephen D. Richman, October 8, 2014
Prior to the twentieth century, the old adage- “every dog gets one free bite” was in effect in most jurisdictions. In other words, a dog owner was only held liable for his dog's biting someone if the owner had reason to know the dog would bite.

Vacant Property Registration Ordinances: Understanding the Issues
October 2, 2014
Since the foreclosure crisis in 2008 - 2009, many communities in the U.S. have enacted “vacant property registration” ordinances (VPR ordinances) as a tool to help them deal with problem properties that are vacant. There are over 80 such ordinance issued or proposed in the state of Ohio...

“Reasonable Surface Rights” Can Include Strip-Mining
September 23, 2014
Typically, courts follow a well-known principle of interpreting contract (or deed) language so as to carry out the intent of the parties, when that intent is evidenced by the contract language.






 

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