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Dear Clients and Friends: We are living through extraordinary times, unprecedented and full of uncertainty – and we recognize that strong leadership is necessary to maintain stability and confidence in…

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Larry Crowther to Moderate at CMBA Presentation on International Arbitration

Larry Crowther will serve as moderator at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s presentation on International Arbitration. The presentation will focus on the concerns and issues with drafting, advocating, and enforcing…

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How Ohio Courts Determine Custody Issues

Determination of custody, parenting time schedules, and decision-making power with regard to a couple’s children are the most difficult issues couples face in their divorce, dissolution, or custody proceeding in…

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The Impact of the Coronavirus on Business and the Potential Legal Ramifications

As healthcare workers and scientists rush to develop effective treatments and a cure for the coronavirus, businesses are feeling substantial economic impact as travel, production, and supply chains are disrupted…

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What Employers Need to Know about COVID-19

With COVID-19 in the headlines across the globe and the World Health Organization declaring the outbreak a “public health emergency of international concern, ” employer preparation is key before the…

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Sachin Java is a 2019-2020 ABA TIPS NOW! Fellow

Wegman Hessler is pleased to announce Sachin Java’s continued appointment as a Fellow in the American Bar Association’s 2019-2020 TIPS (Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section) Now! leadership initiative.  Sachin…

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Jay Carson Appointed by Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals To Represent Appellants

The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, which hears all federal appeals for the states of Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee recently appointed Jay Carson to serve…

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New Year, New Beginning? January is the Unofficial “Divorce Month”

Every January traditionally sees a spike in divorce filings. Most family law attorneys recognize January as an unofficial “divorce month” with filings trending upward 25% to 30% during the month…

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The New Reality of Spousal Support Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Effective January 1, 2019, a new era was ushered in for family law practitioners, clients, and anyone finalizing their divorce or dissolution. The impact of the new tax law on…

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Jay Carson named to CMBA Litigation Counsel

Jay Carson is one of 16 Cleveland area attorneys  recently named to the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Litigation Council.  The Council is responsible for planning Continuing Legal Education seminars and…

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