H. Joseph Cohen will be presenting at the Northeast Indiana Human Resources Association's (NIHRA) meeting on January 8, 2018 discussing the top ten employment issues and challenges confronting employers and HR managers in 2018.
Employee benefit plans are subject to numerous legal requirements, including complicated—sometimes confusing—eligibility requirements. Those requirements are never more confusing, or more important, than during an employee’s medical leave of absence.
Trisha Paul and Emily Szaferski will present at the Allen County Bar Association's Probate, Trust and Tax Section's Continuing Legal Education seminar about assessing a client's mental capacity and legal competency.
William Ramsey authored an article titled "Keeping the Record Straight: The Rule Against Supplementing the Record on Appeal and Exceptions Thereto" that appeared in the fall edition of The Appellate Advocate.
When it comes to discrimination in the workplace, employers sometimes ask themselves, “How could a decision to fire an employee be biased when the same supervisor made the decision to hire the employee?”
Barrett McNagny LLP is proud to announce that four firm attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2018 as “Lawyer of the Year” in their respective practice areas.
The sole shareholder (“Shareholder”) of the Borrower signs a personal guaranty for his Company’s loan. Due to circumstances unrelated to the Company, the Shareholder files for bankruptcy, eventually receiving a Chapter 7 discharge.
A patent is a Constitutionally-authorized “deal” between inventors and the federal government. Congress is empowered to make laws to grant patents to inventors under Article I, section 8 of the U.S. Constitution.
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