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I-9 Form Updates and Minimum Wage Changes

By   |  January 11, 2017

There are two important changes that may impact your business in 2017: updates to the I-9 Form and minimum wage changes.

Estate Planning for Parental Nightmares: What if Junior is a Substance Abuser?

By James Lanham   |  December 29, 2016

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration tells us that in 2014, 22.5 million Americans aged 12 and older self-reported needing treatment for alcohol or illicit drug use.

Estate Planning and Elder Law: When Do I Need a Trust

By Ann Salek   |  December 12, 2016

In my estate planning and Elder Law practice, I am often asked, "Do I need a trust?" Many people hear about their friends or family that have a trust and they think maybe they need one too.

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Approves Nexus Route Through Medina County

By Daniel Plumly   |  December 5, 2016

On November 30, 2016, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, approved a route for the Nexus Gas Transmission pipeline project that will take it 23.38 miles across Medina County. The approved route will bring the Nexus pipeline into the northern part of the county to the south of State Route 57 in a southeast direction, exiting the county near Wadsworth.

Overtime Rule Change Halted

By Sarah Baker   |  November 23, 2016

The Fair Labor Standards Act overtime rule, which was to take effect on December 1, is officially on hold.

Reflections on the 2016 Presidential Election

By Daniel Plumly   |  November 9, 2016

American politics has always been a rough and tumble business. Those with thin skins are better off distancing themselves from the fray. Whether Republican, Democrat or Independent, do not lose sight of our core values as a country and as a people.

Employers Required to Give Employees Time Off to Vote

By Susan Baker   |  November 4, 2016

ORC 3599.06 requires that all employers give their employees a reasonable amount of time off to vote. So if the employee cannot make it to the polls before or after their regularly scheduled shift, the employer must allow them time to vote.

Amendments to Ohio's Foreclosure Processes

By Zachary DiMarco   |  November 2, 2016

The new and improved foreclosure rules in Ohio have the potential to improve the process for mortgagees resulting in lower costs and faster results.

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CCJ Welcomes New Attorney, Monica E. Russell

October 31, 2016

Russell, who will focus her practice on matters relating to real estate, is a Certified Specialist in Residential Real Property Law by the Ohio State Bar Association.

Susan E. Baker Appointed to the Ohio State Bar Association Workers' Compensation Law Specialty Board

October 19, 2016

Susan E. Baker, a member at Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd, has been appointed to the Ohio State Bar Association Workers' Compensation Law Specialty Board for a four year term.

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