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How to Find and Keep Talent in a Highly Competitive Market

March 4, 2019

One of the biggest problems companies face, in particular middle market companies, is a lack of available talent or a lack of the right talent to fill vacant roles.  In fact, the National Center for the Middle Market has reported that 44% of middle market firms indicate that a top recruiting challenge is finding candidates… Read More

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BREAKING NEWS IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: Residency Quotas for City Contractors

March 1, 2019

RESIDENCY QUOTAS FOR CITY CONTRACTORS OHIO SUPREME COURT TO HEAR ARGUMENTS IN MARCH. THE CASE: On March 6, 2019, the Supreme Court of Ohio is set to hear oral arguments on City of Cleveland v. State of Ohio, Supreme Court of Ohio Case No. 2018-0097. The main question to be answered is whether a Cleveland Ordinance… Read More

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CYBERSECURITY AND DATA BREACHES: YOU MUST TAKE STEPS NOW TO AVOID PERSONAL AND COMPANY LOSS

February 22, 2019

Unfortunately, no industry or business is immune from data security events. Nearly every business collects some form of personal information, whether it involves your employees, customers, vendors, or all of the above. Threats to your company’s data may come from both external and internal sources. In light of the rapidly changing state, federal, and international… Read More

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Spring is Around the Corner | It’s Time to Clean Up Your Real Property Tax Bill

January 31, 2019

Does your Ohio real estate tax bill need reviewed? Has your real property tax valuation gone up? There is good news! Spring is right around the corner. It is a time for owners of Ohio real estate to spruce up and perform maintenance on their assets. Periodic review of Ohio real estate tax values can… Read More

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5 Questions to Consider Before Listing Your Property for Short-Term Rental | To AirBNB or Not to AirBNB

January 23, 2019

Recently, Airbnb touted that it generated over 1 Billion Dollars in revenue for the third quarter of 2018 by offering over 5 million short term rental listings in thousands of places across the world.  With this boom of accessible, short-term rentals, and the recent uptick in individuals seeking supplemental income (think Uber drivers and Rodan+Fields… Read More

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Federal Arbitration as an Alternative to Litigation Does Not Apply to Transportation Workers

January 22, 2019

Last week, employees received a rare victory that punches a sizable hole in previous laws that supported allowing arbitration in place of litigation. Recently, a unanimous Supreme Court determined that the regulation does not apply to those who work in transportation. For the last decade, employers have basked in victories as the U.S. Supreme Court bolstered… Read More

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