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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

Cleveland Jewish News | Legal firms’ mentoring programs cultivate young talent

August 17, 2018

BECKY RASPE | SPECIAL SECTIONS STAFF REPORTER [email protected] Published Aug 16, 2018 Mentoring programs exist in almost every field to help find and develop talent. For local legal firms, mentoring programs help new lawyers find their footing as well as adjust to the general legal community. According to Patricia Shlonsky, partner in charge and chair… Read More

FBI Preparedness Training | If you get raided, what will your team do?

July 27, 2018

Download the PDF Download John Swansinger  is a Partner in the Real Estate & Construction practice group. He can be reached at 216.615.7356 or [email protected] Peter Cahoon is a Partner in the Litigation practice group. He can be reached at 330.258.6534 or [email protected]

Mentioned in Cleveland.com | Hot jazz in a cool old barn at Crown Point: Talk of the Towns

July 25, 2018

Hot jazz in a cool old barn at Crown Point: Talk of the Towns By Shirley MacFarland, special to cleveland.com [email protected] BRECKSVILLE Ohio — Crown Point Ecology Center, located in nearby Bath Township, announces a cool evening of jazz starting at 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 5, in the beautiful Century Barn at 3220 Ira Road. The evening… Read More

When the Trade War Hits Home | How Chinese Tariffs affect Ohio Manufacturers

July 24, 2018

The United States recently imposed tariffs on over 6,000 product categories that represent approximately $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. The move largely affects multinational corporations that source materials and components from China including automotive parts, food ingredients and construction supplies, but is having effects on manufacturers and supply chains of all sizes. What are… Read More

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Supreme Court stops employers from collecting automatic agency fees for public-sector unions

July 5, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against labor unions holding that public-sector workers who are in a union-represented bargaining unit cannot be required to pay agency fees, also called “fair share” fees, in order to cover the costs of collective bargaining.  The Court stated that requiring such payments violated public-sector employees’ First Amendment rights. This decision… Read More