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Posts from June 2015.
Posted in Tax and Finance

In the new Louisville Business First Legal Forum Column, BGD attorney Bailey Roese discussed public disclosure requirements for tax-exempt organizations. Read her advice below and don’t miss our monthly Legal Forum Column in Louisville Business First!

Topic
In general, what public disclosure requirements apply to tax-exempt organizations?

Advice
Organizations exempt ...

Posted in Real Estate

You must certainly be aware of Nashville’s unique and bustling music scene. You are also likely familiar with its plethora of higher education options. You may even have knowledge of its strong employment growth and diverse economy of health care and financial service institutions. However, you may not know that the “Music City” is our country’s newest $100 billion city.

The ...

For non-union employers who are working to remain non-union, it is critical to know where unions are focusing their organizing efforts. By the time an employer learns that a union is targeting its employees, the union already has a significant advantage under the National Labor Relations Board’s new organizing rules.

Posted in Litigation

One year after SCOTUS relaxed the rule on award of fees through Octane Fitness, the new standard is popping up in trademark cases. Cincinnati Office Managing Attorney Daniel J. Donnellon explains this phenomenon and what it means for litigants in his latest “Litigation Lesson” video, which you can watch here (free).

About the Octane Fitness Decision
It’s been one year since the ...

A close loved one has passed away and you are in the midst of the funeral, family gatherings and grieving. 

Posted in Litigation

The Supreme Court recently confirmed in Wellness Int'l Network, Ltd. v. Sharif that parties may consent to having bankruptcy judges resolve their non-core claims – claims to which bankruptcy courts would normally lack adjudicatory authority. The issue presented to the court was whether Article III permits the exercise of the judicial power of the United States by the bankruptcy ...

Posted in Real Estate

A recent decision by the Indiana Court of Appeals may make Indiana more attractive for renewable energy and other controversial projects.

In Dunmoyer v. Wells County, Indiana Area Plan Comm’n, the Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s decision and held that planning authorities like the Wells County, Indiana Area Plan Commission had the right to adopt and regulate ...

Chances are that you have seen multiple news stories, social media posts and pictures of Bruce Jenner’s gender transition to Caitlyn Jenner. Regardless of everyone’s personal thoughts and opinions on the matter, now is the perfect time to address issues regarding transgender employees in the workplace. Below is information that will help employers navigate through some of the ...

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