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Timothy Lowe
Tim has extensive experience in the areas of business and commercial litigation with particular emphasis on manufacturing, supply chain, automotive, b...

Richard Blake
Richard is a Member and Chair of the firm’s Government Compliance, Investigations and White Collar Defense Practice Group. His impressive background i...

Maureen Martinez
Maureen is counsel in the firm’s Litigation department. With more than 19 years of experience, she began her legal career as an assistant state attorn...

Mario Ruiz
Mario M. Ruiz is a member in the Litigation Department. Board Certified in Business Litigation Law, Mario is most at home in the courtroom. With more ...

David Schelberg
David is an attorney in our Labor and Employment Department. Based in the firm's Detroit office, David concentrates his practice on employment defense...

Victory for construction contractors: Ohio Supreme Court rules that construction statute of repose applies to both tort and contract actions | JUL 18, 2019 
The Ohio Supreme Court sided with Ohio construction contractors in its highly-anticipated decision issued on July 17, 2019, regarding Ohio’s construct...

"Ways To Revisit Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts" | JUL 15, 2019 
In the not too distant past, the Federal and Ohio estate tax rates were significantly higher and the exemptions were significantly lower. Twenty years...

Ohio: Business tax deduction is a key issue as state Senate unveils budget proposals | JUN 14, 2019 
As the budget process rolls on in the Ohio General Assembly, one of the main sticking points has become the Ohio business income tax deduction enacted...

Ohio: Centralized collection tiff heads to state supreme court | MAY 23, 2019 
On May 20, 2019, municipalities challenging the new process in Ohio for businesses to file their municipal net profits tax returns centrally with the ...

U.S. Supreme Court rules rejection of trademark license in bankruptcy does not terminate license | MAY 22, 2019 
In Mission Product Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC, the United States Supreme Court resolved a circuit split by holding (in an 8-1 decision) that a ...

McDonald Hopkins IP litigators obtain significant win by invalidating four patents and receiving judgments of no infringement and no misappropriation | MAY 10, 2019 
Two members of McDonald Hopkins intellectual property litigation team, Dave Cupar and Matt Cavanagh, won a significant judgment in a patent and trade ...

Medicare site neutrality: shifting economics of physician employment | MAY 08, 2019 
Medicare site neutral payment changes are making hospital employment of physicians in some off campus settings less financially attractive for health ...

Is receivership a better option for struggling higher education institutions? | MAY 06, 2019 
Given the rising demand for higher education in the U.S., it is not surprising that smaller, rural, or poorly managed university systems are encounter...

Ohio: Appeals court upholds commercial activity tax levied on Georgia wholesaler | MAY 03, 2019 
In recent years the Ohio Department of Taxation has been ramping up audit and enforcement efforts to impose the Commercial Activity Tax (CAT) on remot...

Ohio: General Assembly mulling tax proposals amid budget season | MAY 03, 2019 
With the Ohio budget season upon us, the Ohio General Assembly is considering tax proposals that could have big implications for consumers, business o...

Montana Supreme Court strikes down tax credit program | APR 18, 2019 
In a 5-2 decision, the Supreme Court of the State of Montana recently held that the state’s Tax Credit Program was unconstitutional. Although only a p...

Multimillion-dollar suit claims Uber's reckless entry into Buenos Aires had devastating impact on Argentine lawyer | APR 15, 2019 
A prominent Argentine lawyer filed a multimillion-dollar federal complaint against Uber for the unimaginable harm Uber inflicted on him as a result of...

Congressman sues tweeting cow – receives lesson on Streisand Effect | MAR 21, 2019 
Earlier this week, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-California) sued Twitter, Liz Mair (a political commentator), and two obvious parody Twitter accounts: “Devin N...

Recent oil and gas decisions from Ohio’s Seventh District Court of Appeals | MAR 19, 2019 
Ohio’s Seventh District Court of Appeals recently issued surprising decisions in two significant cases relating to the oil and gas industry. The follo...

2019 maximum charges for copies of medical records in Ohio | MAR 14, 2019 
Ohio law establishes the maximum fees a health care provider or medical records company can charge for copies of a patient’s medical record. For 2019,...

North Carolina “tax cap” held unlawful due to racial gerrymandering | MAR 08, 2019 
Last week a state court judge in North Carolina struck down an amendment that would cap the state income tax rate at 7 percent because the North Carol...

Amazon abandons HQ2 in New York | FEB 22, 2019 
After facing unexpected resistance, Amazon made a shocking announcement that it would abandon its plans for a second headquarters in Long Island City....

U.S. Supreme Court rules West Virginia retiree tax exemption is discriminatory | FEB 21, 2019 
On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a West Virginia income tax scheme favoring state law enforcement retirees over their federal counterpa...

Did you get a tax cut? | FEB 20, 2019 
There has been a lot of commentary on an IRS report that the average tax refund for 2018 was lower by $170 compared to 2017 - and some immediately con...

Nuts and Bolts of Construction Law for Developers | FEB 19, 2019
Join construction attorney John Gambill and local developer Tim Wolfe of Eflow Development Group in Portsmouth, Ohio on February 19 for a 90-minute pr...

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