THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT
(513) 943.6650

Ohio Employment Law: Can an employer keep employee tips?

January 14, 2020

Tipping employees in various service professions (barbering, food service, etc.) is as American as apple pie. Unfortunately, the retention of employee tips by employers is a less common, but nonetheless pervasive, practice. Both employers and employees would do well to note that an employer’s retention of any employee tips (except as part of a valid … Continue reading Ohio Employment Law: Can an employer keep employee tips?

By: Matthew S. Okiishi

Has a sanitary sewer backup damaged your property?

December 22, 2019

If you have a business or residential property in Hamilton County that experiences flooding that includes sewer effluent, you may have a claim for repairs to damage, and retrofitting your property to prevent future flooding. Master settlement with US EPA In 2002, the US EPA, the State of Ohio, and others brought suit against Hamilton … Continue reading Has a sanitary sewer backup damaged your property?

By: Julie M. Gugino

St. Clair Township Sues for Property Tax Revenue Payments

December 18, 2019

St. Clair Township in Butler County, Ohio has filed suit against the City of Hamilton, the Butler County Commissioners, Butler County Treasurer, and Butler County Auditor to recover lost tax revenue owed to it for properties that were annexed and excluded from the Township into the City of Hamilton. Ohio Revised Code Section 709.19 provides … Continue reading St. Clair Township Sues for Property Tax Revenue Payments

By: Brian C. Shrive

Our twin class action wins in Bedford and Oakwood are featured in this blog entry

December 1, 2019

This blog post by attorney Stephen Richmond of the Cleveland and Columbus law firm of Kohrman Jackson Krantz features our important twin class action victories in federal court in challenging municipal post of sale and rental inspection ordinances as violations of the Fourth Amendment (unconstitutional warrantless searches) to the United States Constitution. We co-counseled these … Continue reading Our twin class action wins in Bedford and Oakwood are featured in this blog entry

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