Impact Winter 2018 is now on the Virtual Shelf

The Winter 2018 issue of Impact is now available, featuring stories about defamation, spotting trouble in real estate transactions, sexual harassment, and new business partnership tax laws. You’ll also see stories about Strauss Troy achievements and other happenings. To read more, and to see past issues of Impact, visit our Newsletter page.

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

Strauss Troy Co-Chairman Jim Heldman Shared Franchise Law Fundamentals At Cincinnati Bar Association Seminar Series

Strauss Troy Co-Chairman James Heldman recently presented the fundamentals of Franchise Law at the Cincinnati Bar Association’s “Brown Bag – Learn During Lunch” series. The series is planned and hosted by the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Young Lawyers’ Section and consists of year-round one-hour programs. His presentation included a summary of federal franchising regulations as well …Read More

Join Strauss Troy For The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra’s 20th Summer Concert Series

Strauss Troy is proud to continue its support of the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra as they celebrate their 20th free summer concert series at Devou Park. Concerts are held rain or shine, and parking is free throughout the park. T.A.N.K. shuttles run from Covington Catholic to the band shell from 6:00-7:30 p.m. for $1 each way. Bring blankets …Read More

HIPAA AuditsNet Millions In Fines
Are You In Compliance?

If your business involves health care, or services to health care providers, you may not be sure if you could pass a HIPAA audit. On May 7, 2014, the US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) announced that it had levied a fine of $4.8 million against Columbia University and New York and Presbyterian …Read More

Does Your Personal Umbrella InsuranceGive You The Coverage You Need?

Umbrella policies are most often thought of as the ultimate protection if you face a claim or lawsuit based on liability arising from the use of your personal vehicle. But, like anything else, it pays to be a wise consumer and understand the basics of what is and isn’t covered. In Ohio, you’re required to …Read More

Bitcoin’s Future And IRS Tax Compliance

The dirge for bitcoin may have been a bit premature. Just last week, Dish Network announced that it will begin accepting bitcoin as a form of payment later this year. Bitcoin mining hardware manufacturer, BitFury, also just announced $20 million in new financing that it’ll use to further strengthen its international market presence while accelerating …Read More

Strauss Troy Welcomes Attorney Brian O’Connell As A New Shareholder

Strauss Troy, one of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s leading law firms, announced that Brian O’Connell has joined the firm as a shareholder. O’Connell concentrates his practice in the areas of complex commercial litigation, construction litigation, intellectual property litigation, products liability, regulatory and tort law. “The firm is continually adding new expertise to help us …Read More

Eight Strauss Troy Attorneys Recognized As 2013 Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars®

Strauss Troy congratulates its six attorneys who were recently named 2013 Ohio Super Lawyers®. Cincinnati attorneys named are: Claudia Allen, Anthony Barlow, William Flynn, James Heldman, R. Guy Taft and Richard Wayne. Three of these Super Lawyers (Ms. Allen, Mr. Heldman, and Mr. Wayne) have the unique distinction of being named to this prestigious list …Read More