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Ohio Employment Law: New COVID-19 rights extended to workers

March 19, 2020

In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, Congress and the Trump Administration have greatly expanded the protections available to workers affected by the disease. On April 2, 2020, both the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act (“EFMLEA”) and Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act (“EPSLA”) will go into effect, and both will remain in effect … Continue reading Ohio Employment Law: New COVID-19 rights extended to workers

By: Matthew S. Okiishi

Finney Law Firm News: Christopher Finney is admitted to the bar of the US Tax Court

March 19, 2020

Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? In the past year, I got two new bar admissions, the D.C. District and Bankruptcy Court and the United States Tax Court. I obtained the Tax Court admission to help a client avoid a small tax penalty due to his securities dealer mishandling his IRA … Continue reading Finney Law Firm News: Christopher Finney is admitted to the bar of the US Tax Court

By: Christopher P. Finney

Remote Online Notarization is (almost) here

March 19, 2020

Ivy Pointe Title is actively pursuing Remote Online Notarization (“RON”) in order to effectively and conveniently conduct closings during the COVID-19 crisis. What is a Remote Online Notary (RON}? First, understand what this revolutionary technology means: With e-signature and e-notary, original inked documents will no longer be required; everything can be signed through on-line execution.  … Continue reading Remote Online Notarization is (almost) here

Ohio Employment Law: Employers face unique employment law challenges from Coronavirus pandemic

March 17, 2020

          Attorney Stephen E. Imm   The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically affected every aspect of the Nation’s political, social, and economic life. It should not be surprising, then, that it has implications for employers in terms of their legal obligations to their employees. Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) One major consideration … Continue reading Ohio Employment Law: Employers face unique employment law challenges from Coronavirus pandemic

By: Stephen E. Imm

Real Estate Practice Tips: 11 best mobile apps for Cincinnati real estate lawyers, Realtors, investors and lenders

March 12, 2020

There are a plethora of fantastic apps that help real estate professionals ply their trades from their cars, from the coffee shop, from a property you are viewing or from home on their phones.  Each of the apps listed here are available at the Apple Store and are free.  Many will also be available at … Continue reading Real Estate Practice Tips: 11 best mobile apps for Cincinnati real estate lawyers, Realtors, investors and lenders

By: Christopher P. Finney

Ohio Real Estate Law: Deadline to file property valuation appeal is March 31

March 12, 2020

If you are considering a challenge to your Ohio real estate this year, please be aware that the deadline to file in March 31. This is a hard and fast deadline. For the great majority of Ohio property owners, the rising real estate market means that the Auditor’s value may be on target, or even … Continue reading Ohio Real Estate Law: Deadline to file property valuation appeal is March 31

By: Brian C. Shrive

Finney Law Firm News: Christopher P. Finney named Cincy Leading Lawyer by Cincy Magazine

March 10, 2020

Christopher P. Finney, founder of Finney Law Firm, LLC, was named among Cincy Leading Lawyers® and was be featured in the February, 2020 issue of Cincy Magazine.  According to the publication, hundreds of members of Greater Cincinnati’s legal community nominated colleagues for this honor, specifying a particular strength and area of practice for each, so … Continue reading Finney Law Firm News: Christopher P. Finney named Cincy Leading Lawyer by Cincy Magazine

By: Christopher P. Finney

Ohio Real Estate Law: Early occupancy by buyers under commercial and residential purchase contracts

March 8, 2020

Frequently we encounter situations in which a buyer under a purchase contract, be it commercial or residential, desires to take occupancy of real estate before the closing (i.e, the tender of the purchase price). A buyer may want early occupancy for a host of reasons. For both commercial and residential buyers, they many times desire … Continue reading Ohio Real Estate Law: Early occupancy by buyers under commercial and residential purchase contracts

By: Christopher P. Finney