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Documents by Lawyers at this office
Bankruptcy Basics: Filing a Proof of Claim
Michael D. Zaverton, September 2, 2014
Your mail arrives and among the bills, checks and circulars you find a bankruptcy court notice informing you that a customer has filed for bankruptcy. The customer, now a debtor, owes you money. What should you do to maximize the chances of receiving payment on this receivable in the debtor's...
Noncommercial Sign Regulation Case Headed to the U.S. Supreme Court
Stephen L. Byron,Aimee W. Lane, August 12, 2014
On July 1, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review First Amendment challenges brought by Good News Community Church, alleging that a sign ordinance in the town of Gilbert, Arizona violates the right to free speech. Members of the church displayed 17 signs in the area surrounding its place of...
Year Established: 1932
20th Century Fox; A.J. Rose Manufacturing Co.; Andrews Moving & Storage Company; Applied Medical Technology, Inc.; The Associated Press; Beverly Enterprises, Inc.; Braden Sutphin Ink Co.; Chevron USA, Inc.; Cities/Villages of Cleveland, Cleveland Heights, Gates Mills, Hudson, Pepper Pike, Richfield and Richmond Heights; Cooper Tire & Rubber Company; Edgepark Surgical, Inc.; Flair Corporation; Land O' Lakes; Linde Gas, Inc.; MRN Limited Partnership; NEO RHIO; Oberlin Farms Dairy, Inc.; Paramount Distillers; Park Corporation; Playhouse Square Foundation; Publicly-held appliance manufacturing, petrochemical and medical appliance manufacturing companies; Spooner, Inc.; The Sherwin Williams Company; University Manor Health Care Center, Inc.; WJW-TV (Cleveland).
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