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Antitrust, Bankruptcy and Debtor/Creditor Rights, Business and Finance, E-Business (Internet and E-Commerce), Employee Benefits/ERISA and Tax-Planning, Environmental Law, Family Law, Family Business Planning, Franchise, General Litigation, Health Care, Life Sciences, Immigration, Institutional Finance, Intellectual Property and Technology Group, International, Japanese Practice, Labor and Employment, Mergers and Acquisitions, Nonprofit and Tax-Exempt Organizations, Product Liability and Personal Injury, Public Finance, Real Property, Securities, Tax, Probate and Estate Planning, Workers' Compensation.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
New NLRB “Ambush Election” Rules Make It Easier for Unions to Organize Employees
Douglas C. Anspach,Jessica A. Lordi, May 6, 2015
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) regulates the process by which a union can try to organize workers and force an employer to negotiate with the union. On April 15, the NLRB amended its union election and dispute processes. The board will immediately begin processing petitions for...
The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and Human Trafficking
Edwin J. Broecker,Payal Keshvani, April 24, 2015
The attorney general of California recently started issuing notification letters to manufacturers and retailers requesting information regarding their compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (Sen. Bill No. 657 (Steinberg)) (the “Act”), despite the fact...
Choice of Entity Decisions in Light of Medicare and Other Tax Law Changes
Sonya S. Jindal,Lourdes E. Perrino, April 23, 2015
In light of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act1 and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010,2 small and family owned businesses have been reevaluating choice of entity considerations. This article summarizes the most common business entity forms and some of the major...
Year Established: 1885
COUNSEL FOR: AK Steel Corporation; Arena Management Holdings, Inc.; Avon Products, Inc.; BASF Corporation; Belvedere Corp.; Bethesda Hospital; Blue Chip Venture Company, Ltd.; Brenntag North America, Inc.; Chiquita Brands International Inc.; Cincinnati Bengals, Inc.; Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; Cintas Corporation; CINergy Corp.; Cleveland Municipal School District; Cornerstone Brands, Inc.; David J. Joseph Company; Diebold Incorporated; Dura-Med Pharmaceuticals; Evenflo Company, Inc.; Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati; Ford Motor Co.; Frisch's; Globalstar LLC; Good Samaritan Hospital; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company; Harsco Corporation; Helena Chemical Company; Kimball International; LCA-Vision Inc./LasikPlus; Leggett & Platt, Incorporated; Messer Construction Co.; National Stock Exchange; Nissan Motor Acceptance; Riverside Radiology Associates, Inc.; Sandusky International, Inc.; State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio; Thermo Development, Inc.; The Ohio Casualty Insurance Company; University of Cincinnati; U.S. Bancorp; U.S. Bank National Association; Volocys, Inc.; Xspedius Communications LLC; Zaremba Group, LLC.
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