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Wealth and real estate investment

October 10, 2019

“The major fortunes in America have been made in land.” John D. Rockefeller Real estate investment is traditionally cited as one of the primary means that Americans have used to build wealth; a trend that continues to this day.  Whether it is the stability and comfort attained by the middle class or the luxuries enjoyed … Continue reading Wealth and real estate investment

By: Eli N. Krafte-Jacobs

Ohio Probate Law: Proper handling of insolvent estates

October 8, 2019

The laws governing the administration of a decedent’s estate in the State of Ohio provide for the collection of probate assets, payment of debts and expenses, and distribution to the beneficiaries according to the terms of the decedent’s Last Will and Testament, or if the decedent died without a Last Will and Testament, in accordance … Continue reading Ohio Probate Law: Proper handling of insolvent estates

By: Isaac T. Heintz

Ohio Employment Law: Is a salesperson entitled to receive sales commissions after his or her employment ends?

September 30, 2019

Most salespeople are compensated at least in part on commission. Some earn a salary in addition to sales commissions, and some are paid solely by commission. Either way, sales commissions are the “lifeblood” of a salesperson. If someone messes with the commissions of a salesperson, they are going to hear about it. It’s how they … Continue reading Ohio Employment Law: Is a salesperson entitled to receive sales commissions after his or her employment ends?

By: Stephen E. Imm

Ohio Employment Law: US Department of Labor enacts new rule on overtime pay for salaried workers

September 30, 2019

The U.S. Department of Labor has changed the salary level for exempted salaried employees. A prior iteration of this rule was famously (at least to employment law attorneys) declared illegal in 2016. However, the Department has been undeterred, and the new rule, which will go in to effect on January 1, 2020, has massive implications … Continue reading Ohio Employment Law: US Department of Labor enacts new rule on overtime pay for salaried workers

By: Matthew S. Okiishi

Brian Shrive to Present CLE on Open Government

September 24, 2019

Finney Law Firm attorney Brian Shrive will be a presenter at an upcoming continuing legal education program presented by National Business Institute. Brian will be presenting on Problems with Public Records Requests and Open Meetings and Public Hearing Law Changes. Other topics include liability for civil rights violations by police, sign and zoning ordinances, and … Continue reading Brian Shrive to Present CLE on Open Government

By: Brian C. Shrive

Ohio Commercial Litigation: Class action lawsuit against Build Realty is featured on WCPO

September 19, 2019

Finney Law Firm together with the firm of Markovits, Stock and DeMarco have initiated a major class action, fraud and federal racketeering law suit against Build Realty, Greenleaf Funding, Edgar Construction, First Title Agency, Inc. and Smith-Graham & Co., along with individuals Gary Bailey, George Triantifilou, Stephen King and a host of other co-conspirators. Today, … Continue reading Ohio Commercial Litigation: Class action lawsuit against Build Realty is featured on WCPO

Ohio Commercial Litigation: The high cost of losing — When post-judgment bonds are required pending resolution of an appeal

September 3, 2019

Our firm prides itself on being full-service. That is, we create value for our clients in matters ranging from routine contract drafting to complex litigation. However, our representation of clients in litigation isn’t just limited to the trial level – we also handle appeals (click here for more on our trips to the Supreme Court … Continue reading Ohio Commercial Litigation: The high cost of losing — When post-judgment bonds are required pending resolution of an appeal

By: Casey A. Taylor