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New small business regulations: What owners must do to avoid a $500 per day penalty

The Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) is a historic new law impacting millions of America’s existing small corporations and LLCs, as well as newly formed entities. This new law requires the…

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What business partners need to know about fiduciary duty

We recently won a case for a small business client, who received a substantial judgment. The individual was a 49% shareholder owner of an LLC and was “squeezed out” of…

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Appellate Brief Filed with the Ohio Supreme Court Questioning the Unconstitutional Taxation of Remote Workers

January 14, 2022 Jay Carson, on behalf of client The Buckeye Institute, filed a jurisdictional appellate brief with the Ohio Supreme Court raising substantial constitutional questions related to the taxation…

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Nathan Hessler named Managing Partner of Cleveland business law firm Wegman Hessler

Cleveland, Ohio – Members of the board of directors of the Cleveland business law firm Wegman Hessler have elected Nathan Hessler, J.D., to the role of Managing Partner in a…

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Amicus Brief Filed with the U.S. Supreme Court Urging Protection Against Agency Overreach

December 20, 2021 Jay Carson has filed another amicus brief on behalf of Wegman Client The Buckeye Institute – this time with the U.S. Supreme Court. The brief discusses the…

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Business owners: Use this end-of-year checklist to help stay ahead

Incredible that 2022 is almost upon us. Each new year brings with it an opportunity for reflection and evaluation, to explore how things have been going and what might need…

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FDCC Ladder Down Cleveland names Jessica MacKeigan to Class of 2022

We are proud to share that Wegman Hessler Associate Jessica MacGeiger has been named to the Federation of Defense Corporate Counsel Ladder Down Cleveland Class of 2022. The year-long program…

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CLIENT ALERT – Summary of the Corporate Transparency Act

The Corporate Transparency Act (the “Act”) comprises one section of the National Defense Authorization Act. The purpose of the Act is to provide the federal government information pertinent to identifying…

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CLIENT ALERT – Changes in Ohio Limited Liability Company Law

Ohio’s Limited Liability Company law, as it exists in Ohio Revised Code (“ORC”) Section 1705 (the “Original Act”), was originally enacted in 1994. On January 8, 2021, Governor Mike DeWine…

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Jay Carson Files Amicus Brief Urging the Court for Protection from Government Overreach

On November 29, 2021, Jay Carson, on behalf of Wegman Client The Buckeye Institute filed an amicus brief with the Ohio Supreme Court.  The brief urges the Court to protect…

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