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By Charles Oldham
t is not uncommon for one spouse to bring separate property into a marriage such as a house or land. For example, upon marriage, the husband and wife may choose to reside in a house that one of the spouses already owns.
By Kathleen Walker
The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) issued its 2018 Special 301 Report in April, which identifies U.S. trading partners that do not sufficiently protect and enforce intellectual property (IP) ...
By Peter Kulick
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ("TCJA") is a treasure trove of tax law changes which may (at least temporarily) reduce the tax liability of businesses. One area of tax benefit for businesses is the TCJA expansion of the expenses which may be immediately expensed.
By Marlene A. Pontrelli, Robert L. Schwartz
Going through the divorce process can be a frightening and often intimidating experience. Many people have never had to meet with a lawyer before, or been involved in any type of litigation.
By Brenda Swick
On May 31, 2018, by way of two Presidential Proclamations, President Trump imposed tariffs on Canadian exports of steel, which will be subject to a 25% tariff ...
By Connor Phalon
The dispute in Koprivec centered on the ownership of an abandoned railroad corridor.
By Michelle Khazai
A 2017 Medscape survey indicated that over half of responding doctors had been sued for malpractice. The number one reason?
By Robin Miskell
The estate and gift tax exemption was raised to $11,180,000 per person for 2018, and will increase based on inflation each year until 2026 when it will return to the amount ...
By Eric Gregory
A recent ruling by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals acts as an important reminder to ERISA plan sponsors that reserving the written right to interpret plan documents may be critical in interpreting...
By Leonce A. Richard
He sits patiently on the living room couch. Waiting. The clock says 15 more minutes. A long time for a 4½ year old. Sitting next to him as if to keep him company is the dinosaur-motif backpack...
By Jennifer Gaynor, Kate Lowenhar-Fisher, Gregory Gemignani, Jeffrey Silver, Kenneth Ching
As the "Me Too" movement sweeps the nation, the topic of sexual harassment in the workplace has been put in the spotlight.
By Erica A. Morris
Earlier this month, on May 7, 2018, the Senate passed bipartisan S.B. 1732, entitled the "Improving Access to Behavioral Health Information Technology Act."
By Sara Jodka
With the news that Tiger Woods will be returning to the Memorial Golf Tournament, which is just a few miles from our Columbus, Ohio office, we thought a golf-related post would be interesting.
By James Mauro
Most disputes with the IRS are resolved through the administrative appeals process.
By Marlene A. Pontrelli
This week a judge in upstate New York ordered a son out of his parent's home. Michael Rotondo may not have wanted to leave, but at 30 years old, the judge agreed with the parents, he had no right to stay.
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