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Estate Planning: The Millennial Legal Oversight

Millennials are generally defined as those aged 18 to 34. Estate planning is rarely a priority for people in this age group, especially those who don’t have children or own a sports car collection. Even those who have started families or own significant assets tend to avoid the notion of a sudden health scare. However, …Read More

FDA Requires Black Box Warning for Invokana® Due to Risk of Foot or Leg Amputations

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just issued a warning that JOHNSON & JOHNSON’S diabetes drug Invokana® presents a significant risk of causing foot or leg amputations. The FDA’s warning comes after two clinical trials showing foot and leg amputations occurred about twice as often in patients taking the diabetes drug Invokana®. The FDA …Read More

Strauss Troy Shareholder Marty Butler Receives NKU’s Distinguished Service Award

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Strauss Troy shareholder Marty Butler received Northern Kentucky University’s Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes alumni who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and service to Northern Kentucky University through their time and talents. Jeffrey Standen, dean of the Salmon P. Chase College of Law noted that Marty is an indispensable part of the NKU community. In 2014, …Read More

Is Talcum Powder Linked to Ovarian Cancer?

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JOHNSON & JOHNSON is now facing thousands of lawsuits by women with ovarian cancer (or their estates) who have used Johnson’s baby powder or Johnson’s Shower to Shower talcum powder product for feminine hygiene. Despite the ever-increasing proof of the connection between the use of talc products and ovarian cancer, Johnson & Johnson decided not …Read More

Strauss Troy’s Theresa Nelson Featured Speaker In Ohio Bar Webinar

Strauss Troy Shareholder Theresa Nelson will be a featured speaker at an Ohio State Bar Association webinar on March 24, titled “Putting Intent Into Ohio’s Employment Intentional Tort.”  For decades, Ohio’s employment “intentional tort” claim wasn’t really intentional. Rather, the General Assembly and the Supreme Court kicked various iterations and interpretations back and forth, all …Read More

Strauss Troy Presents Commercial Real Estate Seminar on June 7

Strauss Troy will present an in-house seminar, “Advanced Topics in Commercial Real Estate” on Wednesday, June 7, beginning at 9 a.m.  The presentation qualifies for 6.0 CLE Credit Hours; 6.0 Business, Commercial and Industrial Real Property Law. The presentation will be via a DVD provided by the Ohio State Bar Association.   To register, please contact …Read More