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Taxation Without Representation -Amicus Brief Filed in the U.S. Supreme Court Questioning Taxation on Commuters Now Working from Home

Jay Carson, along with Wegman client The Buckeye Institute, filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in New Hampshire v. Massachusetts. The State of New Hampshire has brought…

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Wegman Hessler – 2 lawyers have been selected for inclusion on the 2021 Ohio Super Lawyers list and 1 to the Ohio Rising Stars list

Cleveland, December 9, 2020 — Wegman Hessler is honored to announce that the following lawyers have been included in the 2021 Ohio Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars lists: Christopher A….

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Tax Implications for PPP Loans

The IRS and the Treasury recently released Rev. Rul. 2020-27 in relation to  deductible expenses and how they relate to PPP loans. Under the ruling, the IRS provides that a…

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Jay Carson Files Amicus Brief in The U.S. Supreme Court Urging the Court to Protect Citizen Rights

Jay R. Carson, with Wegman client The Buckeye Institute, filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in Feltner v. Cuyahoga County Board of Revision urging the Court to…

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CARES ACT FUNDING TO SUPPORT OHIO BUSINESSES IMPACTED BY COVID-19

On October 23, 2020, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted announced that the administration, in partnership with the General Assembly, is developing a package of more than…

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Wegman Attorney Files Amicus Brief in South Carolina Supreme Court Seeking to Strike Forfeiture Statute

Jay Carson, in support of Wegman client, The Buckeye Institute, filed an amicus brief in the South Carolina Supreme Court urging that Court to affirm a lower court decision holding…

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To bring some certainty to the Covid-19 related tort liability that Ohio business owners may face, on September 14, 2020 Governor DeWine signed Am. Sub. H. B. No. 606 (the…

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Jay Carson Mentioned in the National Legal Media

Jay Carson of Wegman Hessler was mentioned in the national legal media regarding his representation of The Buckeye Institute in its challenge to an Ohio statute that allows municipal governments…

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WEGMAN ATTORNEYS SECURE CONSTITUTIONAL APPELLATE RIGHTS FOR IMPROPERLY SENTENCED DEFENDANT

Wegman Hessler attorneys Jay Carson and Aaron Hessler recently won an appeal in the U.S. court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, clarifying the law regarding when a defendant can…

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Resuming Residential Evictions After the CARES Act Moratorium

The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”), Public Law No. 116-136, § 4024, imposes a moratorium on filing eviction actions for non-payment of rent against tenants…

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