Your employee benefit plan might be hiding a problem. The payments made by your employees for optional insurance benefits might – without your knowledge – be used to subsidize or reduce your cost for other insurance benefits. If this problem is found during an audit by the Department of Labor (“DOL”), monetary penalties could be significant.
Ten Strauss Troy attorneys have been honored as 2015 Best Lawyers by Best Lawyers®.
Business law firm Strauss Troy (@StraussTroy) recently honored Greater Cincinnati’s All Star companies. The 55 fastest-growing, privately-held companies were recognized by the Business Courier at the annual #Fast55 awards program presented by Strauss Troy.
Strauss Troy Celebrates 2015 Business Courier Fast 55. Photo Album.
Strauss Troy Attorney Corey Hamilton will present copyright and trademark issues in today’s digital environment to students in the University of Cincinnati’s Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP) program on April 1 as part of its “Spring 2015 Professional Practices for Fine Artists” course.
Strauss Troy announces that Attorney Chris McDowell has joined the firm.
Three Strauss Troy Attorneys will present at upcoming National Business Institute (NBI) seminars.
Strauss Troy announces that attorneys Corey Hamilton and Theresa Nelson have joined the firm.
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.
As 2014 comes to a close, now is the time to start considering next year’s property tax bills. This year represents a significant period as the valuation reappraisal period is in process for three Southwest Ohio counties. Butler and Clermont County are currently in the midst of completing their required sexennial reappraisals, which often result in a whole-scale of changes in values which will be provided to taxpayers by the end of September.