- November 01, 2019
Get me out of this contract! The impact of a bad contract and how to get out of onePartner Patricia A. Gajda cautions companies against signing contracts without the proper due diligence.
- October 11, 2019
May Parties Negotiate Public Construction Contracts After the Award?Attorney Teresa Santin examines potential complications surrounding the renegotiation of a public contract after a bid has been awarded.
- October 01, 2019
Trust fund taxes: ‘Borrowing' from the government? Or ‘theft' of government funds?Technology is making it easier for federal and state governments to identify tax evasion.
- September 02, 2019
Cyber confusion: What to look for in a cybersecurity insurance policyLucas Blower, a partner in the Insurance Recovery Group, walks through the gray coverage areas associated with cybersecurity insurance and how companies can maximize their coverage.
- August 04, 2019
The Dangers of Design Delegation: Identifying and Avoiding or Shifting the RiskBrouse McDowell's Jim Dixon and Hanne-Lore Gambrell provide insight into the risks that contractors and others face when getting involved in design services and the ways in which to mitigate those risks.
- August 01, 2019
Help from the outside: How companies can get the most from outside legal counselElizabeth G. Yeargin, Co-Chair of the firm's Corporate & Securities Practice Group, illustrates how smaller companies that can't afford an in-house attorney can effectively use outside counsel.
- July 01, 2019
Information governance: How litigation management helps companies in and out of courtPartner and Co-Chair of the firm's Litigation & Information Management Group Marguerite E. Zinz examines all the ways a litigation and information management attorney can help companies.
- July 01, 2019
Ransomware and HIPAA – A PrimerPartner Ryan Williams provides a HIPAA primer on what a health care provider should focus on after a ransomware attack.
- June 01, 2019
Overtime rules: What businesses should know about the federal wage and hour changesPartner Christopher J. Carney examines the proposed changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FSA) set to go into effect January 1, 2020.
- May 31, 2019
General Contractors' Insurance Protections for a Subcontractor's Defective WorkPartner and Co-Chair of the firm's Insurance Recovery Practice Group, Amanda M. Leffler and Partner Anastasia J. Wade authored an article for Construction Executive titled, "General Contractors' Insurance Protections for a Subcontractor's Defective Work."
- May 02, 2019
Google v. Oracle and the Battle to Protect Software Via CopyrightPartner Craig Horbus shared with IPWatchdog ways companies can protect their software development through the use of copyright.
- May 01, 2019
Beyond ports and rails: How port authorities can finance development projectsPartner Daniel Silfani provides insight into financing options available through your local port authority.
- April 30, 2019
Trademark Clearance TipsPartner Suzanne Bretz Blum provides tips to help companies evaluate whether or not their proposed trademark is already in use.
- April 01, 2019
Guard your mark: How to choose strong trademarks and protect themPartner Suzanne Bretz Blum details how companies can secure and protect their trademarks.
- March 15, 2019
Estate plans should be updated regularlyRichard Harris, Partner and Chair of the Estate, Succession Planning and Probate Administration Group, recently commented to Cleveland Jewish News on when to update an estate plan.
- March 01, 2019
Considerations for startups: How to avoid common legal pitfalls when starting a businessPartner Louise Mazur explains how startup companies can avoid common legal missteps when they establish their businesses.
- March 01, 2019
Illegal or Just Ill-conceived? Site Neutrality and the Legal Battle to Stop Its ImplementationHealth Care Attorneys Laura Fryan and Nick Kopcho examine changes to site neutrality made by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) and the long-term implications for health care providers.
- February 25, 2019
Insurance Coverage for Regulatory Penalties Resulting from a Data BreachAttorney Gabrielle Kelly explains how organizations can protect their companies from fines and penalties associated with a data breach by purchasing cyber insurance.
- February 08, 2019
For Texas Insurers, Liability Is Separate From Defense CostsPartner Brandi Doniere explains a recent ruling by the Texas Supreme Court in an Expert Analysis for Law360.
- February 01, 2019
Overlooked responsibilities: Areas of risk in 401(k) plans that expose companies to audits, litigationBrouse McDowell Partner Patrick Egan reviews fiduciary duties related to 401(k) administration and offers employers tips on how to to meet their regulatory obligations and correct missteps.
- January 31, 2019
Ohio Raises Cybersecurity Standards For Insurance IndustryPartner David Sporar authored an article for Law360 on Ohio's new cybersecurity standards for the insurance industry.
- January 29, 2019
Chapter 10: "Fraud and Abuse Update"Brouse McDowell Partner Daniel Glessner co-authored "Fraud and Abuse Update" in the 2018 Edition of Health Law and Compliance Update.
- January 15, 2019
Cybersecurity Program Safe Harbor – A Physician's PerspectivePartner and Health Care Co-Chair, J. Ryan Williams explains how physicians can benefit from Ohio's Cybersecurity Program Affirmative Defense in the January/February 2019 edition of Northern Ohio Physician.