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SHOULD I ADD ONE OF MY CHILDREN TO MY BANK ACCOUNT?

By Ann Salek   |  October 17, 2016

If your intention is to give someone access to your accounts so that you have someone to help you with your finances in the event you are unable to independently handle your own finances, you can accomplish that goal through a Power of Attorney.

CCJ Welcomes New Attorney, Ann E. Salek

September 19, 2016

Attorney Ann E. Salek has joined the law firm Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd. ("CCJ")

Ohio Supreme Court Rules the Dormant Mineral Act of 1989 was Not Self-Executing

By Andrew Lycans   |  September 16, 2016

On September 15, 2016, the Ohio Supreme Court issued decisions in twelve cases concerning the proper interpretation of the Dormant Mineral Act of 1989 (the "1989 Act").

What is a Fair Payment for a Pipeline Easement?

By Eric Michener   |  September 12, 2016

Rather than viewing the proposed payment as a final offer, you should consider the initial offer as a starting point in negotiations and bargain for the best deal possible.

Personal Injury and Impact of Subrogation

By Adam Landon   |  September 8, 2016

Ohio law has recently been amended providing greater leverage for an injured party’s counsel to negotiate a reduction of a subrogee’s claim.

Court Refuses To Allow Local Communities To Curtail Oil And Gas Drilling

By Clint Leibolt   |  August 12, 2016

The Court held that the ODNR has the sole and exclusive authority to regulate oil and gas drilling in Ohio, and that this exclusive authority prevents local government interference with such development.

Keywords: oil & gas

CCJ Welcomes Veteran Litigator, Eric T. Michener

August 8, 2016

A veteran litigator, Michener will advise the firm's clients on litigation matters.

The Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act; a consumer’s dream come true, a supplier’s worst nightmare

By Ralph Streza   |  July 22, 2016

There is a consumer protection law in Ohio that is designed to protect all consumers, no matter their socio economic status. The law relates to consumer transactions, and applies to transactions where a consumer buys goods or services

CCJ Announces New Associate, Jacob E. Dean

July 19, 2016

Jacob E. Dean, a tax and corporate attorney, has joined the law firm of Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd. (“CCJ”). Dean will advise the firm’s clients on a variety of corporate, tax and related matters.

Removing Oil & Gas Leases From Your Land

By Daniel Mathie   |  July 5, 2016

There is more than one option for the removal of oil and gas leases encumbering your land. You should consult with an attorney with knowledge of oil and gas law to determine which option makes the most sense for you given the history of your property and your particular situation.

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