Strauss Troy Attorney Christopher McDowell Named Chairman of River City Correctional Center

Christopher R. McDowell has been named chairman of River City Correctional Center’s governing board. During his term, McDowell will be charged with helping River City carry out its mission of assisting residents in recognizing and overcoming substance abuse dependency and other obstacles preventing them from leading happy, full, and productive lives.

Strauss Troy Shareholder Bill Williamson Invited to Speak at Estate Planning Seminars

Bill Williamson was been invited to speak at two seminars for private companies in October. The seminars focused on basic estate planning matters for professionals and employees of the host companies. Bill’s practice focuses on the areas of real estate law, corporate law and entity formation, estate planning, probate and general business law. Bill’s business …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 Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation

On October  27th, 2016, Strauss Troy filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of all purchasers of Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation (“Cognizant” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: CTSH).  The Complaint was filed in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey on behalf of investors who purchased shares in Cognizant during the period …Read More

Strauss Troy Presents Two CLE Seminars On November 15

As part of Strauss Troy’s Professional Development Series, the firm will present TWO in-house seminars on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 beginning at 8 a.m. for registration, with the first program beginning at 8:15 am. The first presentation is titled, “Small Business Law Conference” and qualifies for 6.0 general hours of CLE credit.  The topics include: …Read More