Join Strauss Troy attorney Theresa Nelson as she discusses reasonable accommodations for employees, including the Kentucky Pregnant Workers Act that requires all Kentucky employers with 15 or more employees to provide reasonable accommodations for an employee’s pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions.
Effective July 27, 2019, the Kentucky Pregnant Workers Act (the “Act”) requires all Kentucky employers with 15 or more employees (for 20 or more calendar weeks) to provide reasonable accommodations for an employee’s pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions. It is not novel that both federal and state law prohibit employers from discriminating against a …Read More
Move your career forward at Strauss Troy. We are currently seeking an ERISA Attorney with portable book of business. Qualifications: The ideal attorney will have a portable book of business and a minimum of five years of experience in employee benefit plan matters, health and welfare benefit plans, and qualified retirement plans. This candidate should have …Read More
Marshall Dosker, president of Strauss Troy, was recognized by Cincinnati Magazine as one of the 300 most influential leaders in the area. The Cincinnati 300 list was announced in a special issue of the magazine released in late February 2019.
Strauss Troy congratulates attorneys Elizabeth M. Reeder and Stephen E. Schilling, who have been named Shareholders of the firm. Reeder is a member of the firm’s Corporate|Business and Tax Planning|Compliance groups; Schilling is a member of the Litigation group. Reeder focuses her practice on business and tax law, counseling individuals and businesses from start-ups to established, …Read More
U.S. News – Best Lawyers® has recognized Strauss Troy among the Best Law Firms of 2019. Strauss Troy has earned eleven metropolitan rankings and was nationally ranked in Project Finance Law. National Tier 3 Project Finance Law Metropolitan Tier 1 – Cincinnati Commercial Litigation Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions – Plaintiffs Project Finance Law …Read More
Strauss Troy attorney Larry Neuman received the Center for Respite Care’s Transformation Award at a banquet on Thursday, October 11 at the Cintas Center.
The Transformation Awards are held annually to honor those who have made a difference in the lives of people in our community. Honorees are selected based on their commitment to both the Center for Respite Care and improving life for adults who are ill and homeless. Two of the past honorees are Father Michael Graham, President of Xavier University, and Dr Santa Ono, former president of University of Cincinnati. The Center for Respite Care’s is a 20 bed licensed facility in Over-the-Rhine, whose mission is to provide quality, holistic medical care to homeless people who need a safe place to heal, while assisting them in breaking the cycle of homelessness.
Strauss Troy Attorney Bill Williamson won the 78th Annual Northern Kentucky Amateur Championship last week at Traditions Golf Club. This is his second time winning the tournament since 2016. Around the links in Northern Kentucky: Williamson joins exclusive company by winning tournament
With a new year comes new tax rules that have significant impacts on your operating agreements and LLCs. If you haven’t updated your operating agreement for some time or if you are entering or exiting an LLC, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (the “BBA”) has significant impact for the former “tax matter partner” provisions. These BBA provisions took effect January 1, 2018 and repeal the TEFRA and ELP procedures and applies to all partnerships that file a Form 1065 return. In implementing these rules, IRS hopes to increase audit activity and make it easier to assess deficiencies for unpaid taxes to your partnerships. It is critical to understand the new rules in order to better protect yourself and your partnership in future audit.
It is commonly understood that a case for defamation can arise from a false statement injuring a person’s reputation, business, or profession. But it is less well known that the same legal principles can apply to the ownership of real or personal property based on “slander of title.” Under Ohio law, slander of title is …Read More