Recent News and Updates
Employers must be careful when considering whether to terminate an employee who is unable to return to work after exhausting his/her Family Medical Leave Act ("FMLA") leave, without first considering another law - the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA")
Ohio has enjoyed a short-period of strong real estate sales. Many believe the trend will continue, despite the anticipated interest rate hikes and delayed participation in home ownership by millennials.
If you run a business, chances are that one day, OSHA will come tapping and rapping at your door, to paraphrase Edgar Allan Poe. How should you respond?
On this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio we give you a look inside the mind of an attorney via Chris Pycraft, an attorney with Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, a regional law firm headquartered in Wooster, Ohio. Maintaining a working relationship with a credible attorney is just good business sense.
Whether hiring a contractor for services or purchasing goods, it's important that you don't simply sign the contract presented to you with the attitude "it is just boilerplate."
How do you prevent your company from being sued? Nothing will prevent all lawsuits. Still, there are ways to lessen the risk of litigation and help protect your company if you do get sued. Here are five steps that anyone can take to do just that.
Two CCJ attorneys have been invited to speak at the Ohio State Bar Association's June 28, 2017 continuing education seminar, Titles to Real Estate in Ohio.
Before finalizing the name of the business and investing in things like signage, advertising, or website design, it's important to determine whether someone else may have prior rights to the name.
Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd. (CCJ) is pleased to announce that Andrew Lycans has been elected to serve on the Ohio State Bar Association’s (OSBA) Board of Governors.
Parents wishing to delay delivery of assets to their children beyond age twenty-five can do so by setting up a trust. A common misconception is that trusts are only for the ultra-wealthy. A trust can provide numerous benefits beyond simply delaying the age at which children receive assets.