Solutions Letters

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Fall 2017 Edition

  • Neil D. Schor: 3 Takeaways from Ohio Supreme Court Ruling in Lawsuit Over Injuries Caused by Dancer
  • Martin J. Boetcher: New Statute of Limitations Takes Effect for Ohio Workers Comp Injury and Death Claims
  • Alan D. Wenger: Oil & Gas: Protecting Landowners as Foxes Take Over Henhouses
  • Matthew S. Snyder: What is an Operating Agreement, and Why Does My LLC Need One?
  • Kevin R. Day: Social Media Policies: How A Recent NLRB Decision Could Impact Employer Rules
  • Patrick K. Wilson: New Digital Cell Tower Rules Leave Uncertainty for Public Entities
  • L’Italien Joins Board of Leadership Columbiana County
  • Rogers Elected to Counseling Center Board
  • Lawyers, Families Support Panerathon in Youngstown

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Spring 2017 Edition

  • Andrew S. Ledebur: 6 Things Employers Should Know About Ohio’s New Medical Marijuana Law
  • Jacqueline M. Johnston: Limit Social Media Content During Family Law Action
  • Kevin P. Murphy: Recognize Need to Accommodate Obese Employees
  • Shawna L. L’Italien: 5 Guidelines for Preparing to Sell Your Business
  • New Practice Area Focuses on SSD, Workers’ Comp
  • Abruzzino Backs Air Base at State Hearing
  • HHM Supports Streetscape in Youngstown

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Winter 2017 Edition

  • Martin J. Boetcher: New Law On Employee Handguns Takes Effect Soon
  • Vito Abruzzino: Estate Planning is for Dummies
  • Kellie Rogers Joins HHM in Salem, Brings New Capabilities
  • Matthew Ries Among 25 Under 35 MVPs
  • HHM Plays Key Role in Youngstown Hotel Project
  • Alan Wenger to Speak Thursday at Oil & Gas Briefing
  • Thomas Carey Elected to Children’s Services Board
  • Another Term for Shawna L’Italien as SOD Center President
  •  Neil Schor Reappointed to Commission on CLE

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Fall 2016 Edition

  • Alan D. Wenger: Some Issues Linger After Dormant Minerals Ruling
  • Paul M. Dutton: 6 Essentials Communities Need to Spark Growth
  • Martin J. Boetcher: New Overtime Rules Take Effect Next Month
  • Denise Glintasis Bayer: 3 Ways a Good Lawyer Can Boost Your Startup
  • New Lawyers Join HHM in Youngstown, Warren
  • Ries Named Among 25 Under 35 Honorees
  • Boetcher Briefs Non-Profits on New OT Rules
  • Abruzzino Speaks at Regional Defense Forum
  • Kiwanis Recognizes L’Italien for Service
  • 2017 Leadership MV Class Includes Bayer
  • HHM Establishes Presence on Facebook

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Summer 2016 Edition

  • Michael J. McGee: Follow These Steps in Response to Employee Theft
  • Martin J. Boetcher: New Ohio Law Eases Liability for Motor Carriers
  • Matthew M. Ries: 4 Strategies to Cut Risk of Wrongful Termination Suits
  • Neil D. Schor: Takeaways From Case of Driver Hit by Fleeing Suspect
  • Katie M. Kalbacher: Public Benefit Corp Option Conveys Good Intentions
  • Murphy Inducted as Fellow With State Bar Foundation
  • Bayer to Lead Seminar on Contracts, Copyright
  • HHM Lawyers Chip in With Streetscape 2016
  • Magician Society Recognizes Coombs

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Spring 2016 Edition

  • John L. Pogue: Is Estate Plan Complete? Add This Info to Be Sure
  • Kevin P. Murphy: Steps for Employers to Address Workplace Violence
  • Shawna L. L’Italien Elected President of SOD Center in Salem
  • Pogue Named Again to Inside Business Power 100
  • Frederick S. Coombs III on Panel for Student Loans Seminar

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Winter 2016 Edition

  • Alan D. Wenger: Oil & Gas Class Action Suits: 6 Critical Issues to Consider
  • Paul M. Dutton: Guidance for Public Agencies Hiring Architects, Engineers
  • William L. Hawley: 4 Defects That Can Help Document Product Liability
  • Frederick S. Coombs III, Matthew M. Ries Recognized Again By Super Lawyers
  • HHM Welcomes Katie M. Kalbacher, New Business Lawyer in Warren
  • Dutton Elected Vice Chair of ACH Foundation Board
  • Neil D. Schor Named to Board of Leadership Mahoning Valley
  • HHM Backs Local Events, Causes

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Fall 2015 Edition

  • Key Considerations for Doing Business with Public Entities
  • Takeaways from EEOC Ruling in Sexual-Orientation Case
  • Digital Evidence Must Clear Hurdles to be Used in Court
  • 4 Ways the Law Can Help Protect the Work of Artists
  • 3 Challenges Presented by Military Justice System
  • Gay Marriage Decision Has Impact on Ohio Employers
  • Vansuch Supports Defense of Landlord Rules in Boardman
  • Court, HHM, DeBartolo Sponsor Workshop on Teen Bullying
  • Wenger Leads Oil & Gas Seminar for Local Accounting Society
  • Bayer to Lead Seminar on Licensing, Copyright Law
  • Wilson Lands President’s Award from Trumbull Bar Association
  • State Bar Foundation Honors Ries for Community Service
  • HHM Supports Local Events, Causes

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Summer 2015 Edition

  • New Union Election Rules Will Challenge Employers
  • Failure to Preserve Evidence Can Bring Harsh Results
  • Take Caution When Land is Severed from Mineral Rights
  • Chamber Picks HHM, Abruzzino for Air Base Support Effort
  • Coombs, Panel to Discuss Student Loan Debt Crisis
  • Bayer, Legal Creative Boost Arts With Free Legal Clinics
  • Lawyers Move for New Additions
  • HHM Supports Local Events, Causes

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 Spring 2015 Edition

  • New OSHA Rules Require Better Processes to Track Accidents
  • Do Your Homework Before Requesting Info Under FOIA
  • Employers Must Follow New Direct Care OT Rules by July 1
  • Weigh Downside of Arbitration Clauses in Business Contracts
  • Wenger Honored With Chamber Spirit Award
  • Port Authority Wins Ruling in HHM Lawsuit Over Leases
  • Millich Chosen as Presenter for National Oil & Gas Webinar
  • Boetcher Discusses Employee Discipline at Salem Safety Council
  • Abruzzino Awarded Among Young Professionals
  • Coombs Elected to Leadership Post in Regional Scout Council
  • HHM Backs Community Events, Causes

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 Fall 2014 Edition

  • New IRS Form Speeds Tax-Exemption Approvals
  • Corporate Shield Law Offers Protection, But Has Exceptions
  • Gambling Not Always Deemed Misconduct in Divorce Cases
  • Nonprofit Bylaws Cover Much Ground, Require Attention
  • Ruling Could Free Some Managers from Personal Liability
  • 6 Ways for Nonprofit Directors to Minimize Liability
  • HHM Lawyers Sprout Movember Beards
  • HHM Honored by Community Legal Aid
  • Blomstrom, Coombs Make Super Lawyers List, Ries Named Rising Star
  • Murphy to Chair Bar Association Content Marketing Committee
  • Abruzzino Wins Young Professionals Award
  • HHM Backs Community Events, Causes

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 Summer 2014 Edition

  • Employee Lie Detector Tests Make Sense in Rare Circumstances
  • Recent Court Rulings Alter Treatment of Retirement Accounts
  • Employers Should Know the Law Before Conducting Employee Background Checks
  • Three Critical Factors Drive Recoveries in Wrongful Death Cases
  • Advanced Planning Needed for Effective Business Succession
  • Christian to Take Office Oct. 2 as County Common Pleas Judge
  • HHM Welcomes Denise Glinatsis Bayer
  • Abruzzino Wins Service Award
  • Wilson Chairs Health Foundation
  • Wean Nonprofit Summit Set
  • Vansuch is Voice of Howland Band
  • HHM Supports Community Events

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 Spring 2014 Edition

  • Ruling Impacts Employers in Some Disability Cases
  • ’Preferential’ Label Adds Insult to Injury in Bankruptcy Cases
  • Is the Valley Missing the Royalty Rapture?
  • Ohio BWC Shifts to Progressive Billing
  • Wenger Speaks to Citizens Group
  • Murphy Joins Ohio Lawyer Editor Panel
  • Christian Named to State Bar Commission
  • Dutton, Wilson Join Board Leadership Panel
  • Hospital Board Welcomes Abruzzino
  • Wilson Wins JFK Catholic Eagle Award
  • Remembering Colleague Mike Marando
  • HHM Backs Community Events, Causes

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 Winter 2014 Edition

  • New Law Changes Procedures for Regaining Dormant Mineral Rights
  • Landowners With Unit Size Limits Can Resist Moves for Larger Units
  • Strengthening Defense Against Claims of Medical Malpractice
  • Oil & Gas Leases Offer Potential To Help Creditors Pursue Old Debts
  • Millich Elected to Firm Membership
  • New Power 100 List Includes Pogue
  • Blomstrom, Coombs Selected Again for Super Lawyers List
  • Howland Voters Re-Elect Vansuch
  • Abruzzino Joins Salem Chamber Board
  • Ohio Commission Reappoints Schor
  • Kaufmann Retires From HHM Post
  • HHM Supports Community Events

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 Fall 2013 Edition

  • HHM Lawyers Sprout Facial Hair to Advance Movember Movement
  • HHM Oil & Gas Group Addresses Landowners at Carrollton Seminars
  • Millich Discusses Obamacare on Vindy Radio
  • Wenger Speaks at National Royalty Owner Convention
  • State Bar Association Picks Millich for Community Service Award
  • Wilson Elected Trumbull Bar Association Treasurer
  • Dutton Appears on Radio Talk Show
  • Coombs Speaks at Bankruptcy Events
  • L’Italien, Millich Cover Business Succession
  • Abruzzino Joins Kennedy Catholic Board of Trustees
  • HHM Supports Community Events

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 Summer 2013 Edition

  • Affordable Health Care Act: Navigating ‘Play or Pay’ Waters
  • Landowners Should Resist Threats of Eminent Domain for Pipelines
  • Changes Stiffen HIPAA Requirements
  • New Ohio Rules on Forced Unitization Require More Documentation
  • FMLA Notices Need an Update
  • Association Picks Wenger for Distinguished Service Award
  • HHM Adds Litigator Matt Ries
  • Penelec, Dellick Defend Lawsuit Over Flood Damage
  • Millich Analyzes Obamacare for Clients, Media
  • Abruzzino Joins Hope House Board
  • HHM Supports Community Events

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Spring 2013 Edition

  • HHM Advances Leadership on Oil & Gas Matters
  • Port Authority Seeks Ruling to Define its Mineral Rights
  • HHM Welcomes Vito Abruzzino
  • Millich Speaks on Obamacare
  • Pogue to Speak on Trust Law
  • Dutton Addresses Ethics For Insurance Professionals
  • Blomstrom, Coombs on Super Lawyers List
  • HHM to Match WYSU-FM Donations During Drive Time Thursday, April 25
  • Hawley Named Vice Chair of Trumbull Y Board
  • Schor Joins Continuing Ed Panel
  • HHM Backs Community Events, Causes

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 Fall 2012 Edition

  • Oil & Gas Group Advances Landowner Protection Initiatives
  • Boetcher, L’Italien Cover Employment Issues at Salem Seminar
  • Coombs Addresses Bankruptcy Matters at Youngstown Event
  • Millich Covers Estate Planning, Taxes at Hospital Seminar
  • Employee Handbooks Can Bring Advantages, Downsides
  • Christian Leads Bar Association Announcement on Judgeships
  • HHM Lawyers Grow Beards to Back Prostate Cancer Awareness
  • HHM Sponsors Community Events

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 Summer 2012 Edition

  • Christian Elected President of Bar Association
  • HHM Oil & Gas Seminar Informs Trumbull Landowners
  • Litigation Attorney Graff Joins HHM
  • HHM Adds Oil & Gas Lawyer Strickland
  • Millich Presents at Seminars

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 Spring 2012 Edition

  • HHM Negotiates Massive Oil & Gas Lease with BP in Trumbull
  • HHM Lawyers Plan Free Legal Clinics for Low-Income Residents
  • Vienna Township, Vansuch Prevail Before Appeals Court
  • L’Italien Joins Board of Columbiana Counseling Center
  • Dutton Remarks Highlight Community Foundation Report

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