Strauss Troy announces that attorneys Corey Hamilton and Theresa Nelson have joined the firm.
Strauss Troy is committed to the growth and success of businesses in our community. As title sponsor of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s annual Emerging 30 awards, Strauss Troy is proud to honor our region’s fastest growing companies. Join us for a celebration of these top 30 local businesses at an awards ceremony, which will be held on Thursday, October 23 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the METS Center.
The IRS has issued a new Notice that may help employees who would benefit by being covered for health insurance under an exchange rather than under their employer’s group health plan. Enrollment in an exchange plan is not available to those covered under an employer plan.
According to Alison Frankel reporting for Reuters, there were at least two reasons why U.S. Supreme Court watchers were paying attention to a petition for review by Jack Kirby’s heirs. The first is obvious: Kirby was a legendary comic-book artist and writer who had a big role in the creation of the X-Men, Thor, the Hulk and the Fantastic Four – enduring characters that continue to generate big returns for Marvel Entertainment and its parent, the Walt Disney Company.
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
Understanding The Fundamentals Of Franchise Law By: Jim Heldman, Strauss Troy Co-Chair I. REGULATION OF FRANCHISING Franchising is regulated by the Federal Trade Commission Franchise Rule (“FTC Franchise Rule”) and by various state agencies. A state’s franchise laws usually apply only if the offer or sale of a franchise is made in the state; or …Read More
Ten Strauss Troy attorneys have been honored as 2015 Best Lawyers by Best Lawyers®.
Startup companies face many challenges. One of the primary concerns most startups face is access to capital. On July 23, Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear visited Covington-based business accelerator program, UpTech, and signed a bill that will increase access to private capital for startup companies.
Strauss Troy Attorney Brian Eviston has been chosen to serve on the judging panel for UpTech III. UpTech,is a Covington-based business accelerator program designed to provide emerging informatics companies access to resources, community connections, and the start-up tools needed to fuel early-stage growth. In its third year, the program has attracted entrepreneurs of information-driven businesses from across the U.S.
Now that the United States Supreme Court has determined that cell phones, or mobile devices, fit squarely under the protection of the 225 year old Fourth Amendment to the Constitution, here’s what you need to know.