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Strauss Troy welcomes Kiley M. Beale

Strauss Troy Attorney Kiley M. Beale

Strauss Troy welcomes Kiley M. Beale to the firm, where she joins the Domestic Relations practice group. Kiley focuses her practice on family law, including divorce and dissolution, child support, and child custody matters. Kiley graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 2019 and is licensed to practice law in the state …Read More

Changes to Kentucky’s Adoption Leave Law

Kentucky employers, don’t forget that recent changes to Kentucky’s Adoption Leave Law take effect today! HB 210, which was signed by Governor Beshear on March 23, 2021, makes several amendments to Kentucky’s Adoption Leave law (KRS 337.015) which become effective as of July 29, 2021. The law previously required employers to provide reasonable unpaid personal …Read More

Leveraging Technology with the New SEC Marketing Rule

Strauss Troy Attorney Bo Howell

By: Bo J. Howell The SEC New Marketing Rule and Compliance Technology: Where We Are Conducting an advertising review is often a laborious process. Why? Most advisers have become accustomed to trudging through these manual steps to ensure compliance. Some advisers have adapted this process to simplify their advertising review. Basic workflow tools, like network chat and file storage, automate parts of the process by facilitating content collaboration, version control, and ad …Read More

Was your business harmed by COVID-19? You could be eligible for property tax relief.

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If your business was negatively impacted by COVID-19, you might be eligible for a property tax reduction. On April 27, 2021, Ohio enacted a special law that allows commercial property owners (and certain tenants) to apply for reductions of their 2020 property tax bill if their income-producing properties were affected by COVID-19. The law is intended to alleviate the financial impact of COVID-19 on Ohio businesses. The application process is intricate, and an experienced attorney can navigate it to optimize this valuable opportunity for a tax bill reduction.