Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP
Toledo, Ohio OfficeView all offices
1000 Jackson Street
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|Agricultural Law||Antitrust Law|
|Banking Law||Bankruptcy Law|
|Business Law||Civil Trial Practice|
|Class Actions||Commercial Law|
|Commercial Litigation||Communications Law|
|Construction Law||Corporate Law|
|Creditors Rights||Education Law|
|Employment Benefits Law||Environmental Law|
|Family Law||Franchise Law|
|Health Care Law||Immigration and Naturalization|
|Insurance Law||Intellectual Property Law|
|Labor and Employment Law||Land Use Law|
|Medical Malpractice||Mergers and Acquisitions|
|Nonprofit and Tax Exempt Organizations||Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Unfair Competition|
|Personal Injury||Product Liability Law|
|Professional Liability||Public Utilities Law|
|Real Estate Law||Securities Law|
|Tax Law||Telecommunications Law|
|Trademark, Copyright, and Unfair Competition||Transportation Law|
|Trusts and Estates, Wills and Probate||Workers Compensation|
About this office:
Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP is a full service law firm whose practice includes civil litigation, corporate, tax, securities, banking and commercial law, creditors' rights, real property, employment relations, employee benefits, estate planning and probate, health, domestic relations, environmental, public utilities; telecommunication, immigration and administrative law. Our practice areas are organized into the following departments: litigation, corporate, health law, real estate, trusts and estates, taxation and employee benefits, employment law, environmental law, financial institutions and intellectual property. The firm is located in five cities -- Toledo and Columbus, Ohio; Tampa and Sarasota, Florida; and Charlotte, North Carolina.
We represent a wide variety of business, institutional, governmental and individual clients including manufacturers, banks and other financial institutions, insurance companies, contractors, broadcasters, accounting firms, real estate developers and brokers, public utilities, transportation companies, health care providers, trade associations and various public bodies and agencies.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law; Advertising And Marketing; Agency And Distributorships; Agricultural Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Antitrust And Trade Regulation; Appellate Practice; Bankruptcy; Banks And Banking; Bonds; Public Law; Business Law; Business Crimes; Business Torts; Civil Rights; Commercial Law; Commercial Litigation; Commercial Real Estate; Communications And Media; Complex And Multi-District Litigation; Computers And Software; Construction Law; Contracts; Copyrights; Corporate Law; Federal Criminal Law; Debtor And Creditor; Domestic Relations; Education Law; Employee Benefits; Entertainment Law; Environmental Law; Fidelity And Surety; Finance; Franchises And Franchising; Health Care; Hospital Law; Immigration And Naturalization; Intellectual Property; International Law; Labor And Employment; Leases And Leasing; Litigation; Media Law; Medicare And Medicaid; Mergers And Acquisitions; Divestitures; Nonprofit And Charitable Organizations; Patent Litigation; Personal Injury; Probate; Products Liability; Professional Liability; Public Finance; Public Utility Law; Real Estate; Securities; Sports Law; Taxation; Telecommunications Law; Torts; Trade Secrets; Trademarks; Trusts And Estates; Unfair Competition; Wills; Workers' Compensation; Zoning Law; Planning Law; Land Use.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Antitrust Compliance Programs: Their Need and Operation
Michael M. Briley, February 23, 2015
With the increased enforcement of competition laws (both within the U.S. as well as globally), it has become increasingly important for all companies, regardless of size, to have in place good corporate policies and programs to ensure compliance with the law.
Federal Agency Overreaching: A Trend Without an End
Mechelle Zarou, February 23, 2015
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the National Labor Relations Board have been hard at work all year, continuing their efforts to extend their collective reach well beyond their established domains.
Impact of the Windsor Decision on Benefit Plan - Untying the Knots
Eric D. Britton,James H. Culbreth, February 23, 2015
Just as men’s fashion has moved away from suits and neckties in the business setting, the Supreme Court of the United States reintroduced the Windsor knot in an entirely different way. In July 2013, in United States v. Windsor, the United States Supreme Court determined that Section 3 of the...
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