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Timothy Lowe
"I’m a problem solver for businesses. I provide real-time advice before a dispute escalates into the courtroom and help businesses navigate litigation...

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...

Robert Cohen
Robert is an experienced litigation attorney who over many years has represented leaders in the title insurance industry, including, among others: ...

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...

OSHA stepping up enforcement of silica in construction standard | NOV 06, 2019 
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has recently stepped up its enforcement of its Respirable Crystall...

CMS Office of Audit Services to begin review of Medicare Part B UDT Services | OCT 28, 2019 
The Office of Inspector General (OIG) issued updates to its annual work plan in October 2019. This update included an announcement that the Office of...

Implications of Wayfair - What Issues and Taxpayer Protections Exist Post-Wayfair | OCT 24, 2019
Dave Ebersole will be presenting "Implications of Wayfair – What Issues and Taxpayer Protections Exist Post-Wayfair?" at the 50th Annual Council on St...

Employment Law Q&A: Can an employer require prayer in the workplace? | OCT 11, 2019 
While an employer cannot require prayer in the workplace (that would violate Section VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which protects workers from emp...

Small Business Reorganization Act provides a new tool to restructure small franchisees | SEP 24, 2019 
In an effort to make Chapter 11 relevant again, on August 23, 2019, the president signed into law the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (SBRA)...

Are social media influencers a valuable opportunity or potential liability to your franchise? | SEP 23, 2019 
Using a social media influencer marketing campaign may seem like an organic or seamless way to promote a business, and the potential for growth - and ...

Sole discretion and your franchise agreement | SEP 23, 2019 
Many, if not all, franchise agreements have provisions giving the franchisor sole and absolute discretion to take or approve some action. On its face,...

New data privacy laws broaden protections for NY residents and impose major obligations on organizations | SEP 12, 2019 
The SHIELD Act and the Identity Theft Protection and Mitigation Services Act broaden protections for New York residents while imposing significant obl...

Recommendations for proper back charges on commercial construction projects | SEP 11, 2019 
Back charges are commonplace on commercial construction projects. Whether you are a general contractor or subcontractor assessing back charges against...

Ten McDonald Hopkins attorneys recognized as Michigan Super Lawyers and Rising Stars | SEP 11, 2019 
DETROIT — Eight attorneys at McDonald Hopkins have been recognized on the Michigan Super Lawyers list as being among the top attorneys in Michigan for...

3 important legal documents for college freshmen | AUG 29, 2019 
Three basic legal documents that every child 18 and over should have: Durable Power of Attorney for Property, Authorization of Protected Health Inform...

12 back-to-school cybersecurity tips for parents | AUG 27, 2019 
Back-to-school season is in full swing, and McDonald Hopkins’ national Data Privacy and Cybersecurity team has prepared 12 tips for parents on how to ...

How to reclassify a private foundation as a public charity | AUG 09, 2019 
From time to time, the energy and enthusiasm of a private foundation’s founder and the private foundation’s inspiring goals result in levels of public...

Renowned Ohio litigator David L. Drechsler joins McDonald Hopkins | AUG 08, 2019 
McDonald Hopkins LLC announced today that renowned litigator David L. Drechsler has joined the firm as a member in its Cleveland office.

What does the Federal Reserve's decision to cut its benchmark rate mean for you? | JUL 31, 2019 
Despite recognizing “moderate” economic growth and a “strong” labor market, the Federal Reserve lowered its benchmark rate by .25 percent on Wednesda...

Joint employer liability: It’s important to document and stay in your lane | JUL 25, 2019 
The key to preventing joint employer liability to is to ensure that only the employer controls the material aspects of the employment relationship

Victory for construction contractors: Ohio Supreme Court rules that construction statute of repose applies to both tort and contract actions | JUL 17, 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...

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