Tag Archives: Business Law

Are You Suffering? Congratulations, You’re Employed!

Portrait of Brian W. Fox

Winston Churchill once remarked: “To work is to suffer a small death every day, unless you work for yourself.” Actually, in full disclosure, Churchill never said that – I just dreamed that quotation up.  Nevertheless, if you are like many …

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Dr. Rayan Coutinho Recently Presented at the 15th Biennial Business Associations Law Institute

Dr. Rayan Coutinho presented at the 15th Biennial Business Associations Law Institute hosted by the University of Kentucky, Office of Continuing Legal Education in cooperation with the Kentucky Bar Association Business Law Section. The two day seminar was held at The …

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Ohio’s Oil and Natural Gas Market Update – March 10, 2015

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Eastern Ohio is becoming known for the natural resources lying beneath the surface of its ground – oil, natural gas, and wet gas.  Recently, Dow Chemical decided to invest $6 billion to enlarge manufacturing facilities in the United States.  This …

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Comma for Sale! Only $750 Million!

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What is the value of a comma?  No, I do not mean the intrinsic value of the Oxford comma.  I am talking about the cash value of a comma.  That is a question you should must ask yourself whenever you …

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Signatures Matter in the World of Business Succession Planning

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A recent decision from a Texas appeals court serves as a reminder to small business owners that it is vital to follow through and sign a buy-sell agreement. Even though we live in the 21st century where emails and text …

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EB-5 Presentation

Wood & Lamping LLP continues in its efforts to educate local and regional businesses around immigration issues.  Group members, Jing Zhang and Robert Malloy recently presented to a major accounting firm in the Cincinnati area concerning the opportunities around EB-5s.  …

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Fair Use in the Copyright Context

Sections 107 through 118 of Title 17 of the United States Code dealing with copyright law impose certain limitations on the right of a copyright owner to reproduce or to authorize others to reproduce a work in copies or phonorecords. …

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Starting A Small Business In The United States

Introduction One of the critical determinations to be made when someone intends to start a new business is the choice of entity. Financial situations, future plans, nature of the proposed business, personal liability for debts and obligations of the business, federal income tax …

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Doing Business In India

India, the world’s largest democracy with a population in excess of one billion, 54% of the population under the age of 25 and a growing middle class, presents lucrative and diverse business opportunities for tri-state companies. While poor infrastructure and high tariffs …

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Best Practices of Confidentiality In the Digital Workplace

Our clients routinely enter into agreements with their customers and licensors which include provisions related to confidentiality and ownership of intellectual property. Employees, vendors, freelancers or independent contractors of the client may be entrusted with confidential information, intellectual property and …

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