Our Insight

Part of providing practical solutions to our clients involves sharing information of value and interest. To review articles assembled by our attorneys, please click below.

The materials set forth below are published as a service to our clients and friends. They should be viewed only as a summary of the law and not as a substitute for legal consultation in a particular case. We encourage you to contact us to discuss your specific situation.

On January 22, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (“Court”) issued its opinion in the case of Office Depot, Inc. v. Secretary of Finance for the State of Delaware.
Employers may be tempted to access an employee’s or former employee’s personal email account (an email account used by the employee that was not provided by the employer), particularly after ...
Since the inauguration of President Donald Trump in January, employers have been anxiously awaiting action regarding a list of pro-employer campaign promises.
Too often we think that the best settlement can be achieved only through overly aggressive and blustery tactics.  The meaner the lawyer, the better the result.  That's sometimes true, but not always.
On April 19, 2017, the Ohio Supreme Court, in Wilson v. Lawrence, imposed strict requirements on creditors attempting to be paid from a decedent’s estate.  Now, all claims must be in writing ...
Effective business lawyers who receive trusted advisor status from their clients often wear more than one hat.
“Simply put, we're here to serve our clients. To that end, we remain accessible and responsive, when and how they need us.”
Michael P. Mahoney, Member