For businesses ranging from middle-market players to start-ups and rising stars, our business practice group adds value and brightens bottom lines.
We provide services for a wide variety of industries, organized as corporations, LLCs, or sole proprietorships. We position businesses to succeed through such changes as starting and restarts, mergers and consolidations, dissolutions and structural shifts.
- Contract law
- Corporate Succession and Buy/Sell Agreements
- Entity Formation and Structuring
- Home Builder and Developers
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Specialty Practices – Medical, Restaurant and Hospitality
- Intellectual Property
What Does the Ohio Equine Immunity Statute Mean?
People are required to accept some inherent risk when riding a horse. In Ohio, there are specialized legal rules and […]
Exploring the DORA: A Growing Economic Development Tool in Ohio Communities
As both temperatures and COVID-19 vaccinations rise, municipal corporations and townships may be shining a spotlight on innovative economic development […]
As seen in “Legal Connections”, Tim Miller discusses the importance of The Letter of Intent in an M&A transaction.
As seen in “Legal Connections”, Tim Miller discusses the importance of The Letter of Intent in an M&A transaction. For […]
House Bill 606 Enacted to Protect Businesses and Others from Covid-19 Liabilities
In a recent article featured in “Business First”, IW Partner, Pat Pickett, discusses how Ohio House Bill 606 protects businesses and other organizations from […]
Paycheck Protection Program Loans: What’s at the End of the Rainbow?
The U.S. Small Business Administration (the “SBA”) began accepting applications for Paycheck Protection Program loans (a “PPP loan”) on April […]
Navigating the Complexities around Tipped Employee Wages and PPP Loan Impact
Article written in collaboration with Dustin Minton, GBQ Partners There has been much discussion and questions concerning how businesses that received […]
Trademark Scam Alert
We have seen increasing traffic in solicitations sent to new applicants for trademark and those who have already obtained registrations […]
The U.S Supreme Court Clarifies That Willfulness is Not a Predicate Finding for Lost Profits in Trademark Infringement Claim
The federal circuits have expressed different views on whether a claimant alleging trademark infringement and seeking lost profits must first […]
Paying Tipped Employees for Non-Tipped Activities
The Department of Labor has addressed the thorny issue of when to pay tipped employees for non-tipped activities. In its […]