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Notable News – August 2017

Tuesday August 1, 2017 Published in

Christopher A. Holecek and his team won a verdict on behalf of our clients
in a contentious employment, trade secret and non-compete case.

Richard T. Coyne and his team won a defense verdict on behalf of
our client in a product liability action filed in Federal Court in Boston,

Lawrence S. Crowther represented one of Wegman Law’s clients in
connection with the recent acquisition of substantially all of the assets of a
manufacturing business located in Sheffield, England. Wegman Law coordinated
the negotiation and closing of the transaction along with Stuart Haynes of
Aaron & Partners as English counsel. Wegman Law and Arron & Partners
are Members of IAG/Integrated Advisory Group International.

Peter A. Holdsworth, Angela M. Lavin and Christopher A. Holecek
volunteered at Bard Early College last semester in conjunction with the
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Mock Trial Competition. Their team
prevailed on two trials during the competition, and one of their students won
the outstanding defense attorney award.

Christopher A. Holecek was a guest speaker at the Federation Defense and
Corporate Counsel Conference in Charleston, South Carolina in March 2017
regarding Data Breach, Privacy and Cyber Insurance.

Charles A. Hayes spoke at the National Business
Institute-Manufacturing Law seminar in Cleveland on June 26th. Topics covered were Ethics and Cybersecurity from
the perspective of the duty to safeguard a client’s confidential information. 

Keith A. Vanderburg has completed 25 years of service on the
Board of Directors of North Coast Health, a charitable medical clinic in
Lakewood, Ohio providing quality medical care and healing to those most in
need, regardless of ability to pay.