Strauss Troy is proud to congratulate Shareholder Matthew Fellerhoff on being on being selected to be a member of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Leadership Cincinnati Class 42.
Strauss Troy has been accepted into The International Society of Primerus Law Firms, a highly selective society of the world’s finest independent law firms. Strauss Troy is the only Primerus member firm in southwest Ohio.
Strauss Troy’s Make A Difference Team is pleased to sponsor Cincinnati’s Inner City Youth Opportunities (ICYO) kids to attend a full week of summer camp at Camp Ernst in Burlington, Ky.
Jim Heldman was recently elected as President of Rockdale Temple, the oldest Jewish congregation west of the Allegheny Mountains, founded in 1824.
Strauss Troy Welcomes Richard L. Crosby, Eric J. Beecher and Carrie R. Waide to the firm.
Elizabeth M. Reeder has been named a Business Law Fellow by the American Bar Association.
By William O. Williamson Do you need a review of your estate plan? Many life events can bring people to take another look at their estate plan: marriage, the birth of a child, an upcoming medical procedure or upcoming travel. Another common trigger could be a prior or pending divorce. On June 11, 2018, the …Read More
Strauss Troy attorney Elizabeth Reeder has been named a finalist for the 2018 Next Generation Leader Award. The award, presented by LEGACY, Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati’s Young Professional Organization, salutes the region’s young professionals under the age of 40 for significant accomplishments in their chosen professional field, demonstrated leadership, as well as their contribution to the community.
Onglyza (saxaglyptin) and Kombiglyze XR (saxaglyptin/metformin HCl) are prescription medications used to treat Type 2 diabetes. In April 2016, the FDA added new safety warnings to the two medications, indicating that saxaglyptin is associated with an increased risk of heart failure, as well as a higher risk of death from all causes.
Prevagen, a supplement made by Quincy Bioscience, is one of the most heavily-advertised and expensive supplements on the drugstore shelves today. Prevagen claims in its advertising, and on its label, that the pill can improve memory. If Prevagen could really do that, it might be worth the high price, which is more than $60 for 30 pills of the extra-strength version of the product.
However, recent evidence submitted to a California court raises serious questions about whether Prevagen has any benefit to memory at all.