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Posts from September 2015.
Posted in Litigation

As lawyers, we spend our days helping people sort through problems. Some of us represent clients charged with misconduct or illegal action, while others perform transactional work, seeking to help clients put their deals together in a way so as to avoid trouble. At times, lawyers find themselves being scrutinized; after all, we are not infallible.

In “The Top Ten: A Summary of Recent ...

Posted in Tax and Finance

In the new Louisville Business First Legal Forum Column, BGD attorney Ross D. Cohen discussed operating agreements. Read his advice below and don’t miss our monthly Legal Forum Column in Louisville Business First.

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I am a member of an LLC and its Operating Agreement seems unnecessarily complex. How can I be sure this Agreement is consistent with the deal I have with the other ...

Posted in Litigation

It is almost time for the regular season kickoff of the NFL, and the recent nullification of Tom Brady’s Deflategate suspension by federal judge Richard Berman continues to make headlines. Cincinnati Office Managing Partner Daniel J. Donnellon discusses different types of evidence in relation to the case in his latest “Litigation Lesson” video, which you can watch here ...

Posted in Estate Planning

Lawrence Inlow had ridden his company’s helicopter hundreds of times over the past five years. The helicopter rides were part of a work routine that Mr. Inlow had mastered in his ascent to Chief Counsel of Conseco, Inc. However, on May 21, 1997, he took his last ride when he was struck by the rotor blade and instantly killed at the Indianapolis International Airport – at 46 years old. And soon after, his family was pitched into a tragic legal struggle that might have been prevented.

Posted in Tax and Finance

2015 has been a big year for United States Supreme Court state tax cases. It has not been since the early 1990s that the Supreme Court took up so many tax cases.

If your company's union contract expires in the near future, pay attention: in a departure from long-standing precedent, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled that employers cannot terminate a dues checkoff arrangement just because a union contract has expired.

Dues checkoff refers to a voluntarily authorized and regular deduction of employees' wages by an employer to ...

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