October 15, 2015

Construction Contract

Our firm represented a contractor against home owners who failed to pay a final invoice of nearly $10,000. This rather straight forward action to collect a […]
March 7, 2015

Employers Can Be Sued for Giving Bad Job References

Defamation lawsuits have merits when an employer knowingly makes false factual statements as a bad reference given for a former employee.
February 28, 2015

Should Businesses Dock Employees’ Pay for Stolen and Broken Items?

Should employees be forced to pay for stolen or broken items? If you believe so, you could be violating state labor laws.
February 14, 2015

Can a Business Deny Employment Because of Lies on the Job Application?

Choosing who to hire is one of the most important decisions facing businesses today. It’s estimated that 30 percent of business failures are caused by bad hiring […]
February 2, 2015

Breach of Lease

Our firm represented a commercial landlord that had leased space to a restaurant that later subleased the space to another restaurant. When the original tenant defaulted […]
February 2, 2015

Successful Eminent Domain Action

The city of Dublin, Ohio, initiated an eminent domain action against a landowner concerning a tract of land in Union County, for use in developing a […]
February 2, 2015

Enforcing a Noncompete Agreement

A client’s former sales manager left and immediately took a position with a major competitor. Apparently, he was not too concerned about the noncompetition and nondisclosure […]
February 2, 2015

Business Dispute—Lost Profits and Punitive Damages

A dispute arose concerning a new business that broke up almost immediately after it began. Our client was one of the owners of the business and […]
February 2, 2015

Real Estate Transaction Involving 2000 Housing Units

Our firm was lead counsel in a complex real estate transaction that involved 2000 inner-city low income housing units located on nearly 400 non-contiguous parcels in […]