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Ohio Supreme Court Rejects Taxes on Draft Beer Tap Maintenance and Cleaning

January 3, 2019

Ohio Supreme Court rejects taxes on draft beer tap maintenance and cleaning–limits scope of taxation on janitorial-type services. The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that cleaning and maintaining draft beer lines is not taxable as a “building maintenance and janitorial service.” The Court interpreted the definition of these taxable services in the context of what normally… Read More

Ohio Chamber: Sexual Harassment Claims in the ‘Me-Too’ Era

December 17, 2018

Originally published in Ohio Matters (November/December 2018). By Barry Freeman Read the full article on OhioChamber.com. Unless you have been stuck without internet in the wilderness, you are aware of the “me-too” movement and its focus on the continuing problem of sexual harassment in the workplace. Roughly a year after “me-too” began, what have been… Read More

32 Buckingham Attorneys named 2019 Ohio Super Lawyers

December 1, 2018

(Akron, OH, December 1, 2019) —Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC is proud to announce that 32 attorneys from the firm were recognized on the 2019 Ohio Super Lawyers list, including 2 who made top lists and nine Rising Stars. Lawyers are recognized through peer nominations based on their professional achievements. Attorneys who received the highest point totals in… Read More

OSCPA Podcast: Wayfair decision likely to impact small businesses most

October 15, 2018

Wayfair decision likely to impact small businesses most Originally Published by Ohio Society of Certified Professional Accountants Written on Oct 11, 2018 By Gary Hunt, OSCPA senior content editor The U.S. Supreme Court’s June 21 “Wayfair” decision is likely to have a disproportionate effect on smaller, “mom and pop” type businesses, one expert says. The… Read More

Client Alert – Cybersecurity “Safe Harbor” in Ohio for Data Breach Lawsuits

October 3, 2018

Ohio’s new Data Protection Act will help safeguard businesses from legal action if they meet industry-recognized standards in precautions against cyber threats. The regulations are designed to encourage businesses to take measures and setup programs to help minimize data breaches. Given the substantial legal and reputational risks involved, Ohio businesses should understand the increased level… Read More

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Ohio.com | Akron attorney receives statewide pro bono award; William Dowling recognized for driver’s license program

August 22, 2018

Published: August 20, 2018 By Stephanie Warsmith Beacon Journal/Ohio.com Akron attorney William Dowling likes helping people, as well as giving legal advice. Among the highlights of his nearly 40-year legal career is a popular program that guides low-income Akron-area residents through the process of getting their driver’s licenses reinstated. “We can’t get their licenses back… Read More