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Sales Effectiveness Challenges with Limited Inventory

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Sales Effectiveness Challenges with Limited Inventory

Speaking today before the Greater Cleveland Automobile Dealers Association, Weston Hurd partners Robert Poklar and Matthew Miller addressed the very real issue of inventory supply in their presentation, “Sales Effectiveness Challenges with Limited Inventory.” Bob and Matt discussed the legal ramifications regarding automobile dealers inability to fulfill obligations under their franchise agreements with limited or […]

Weston Hurd Welcomes New Partner Richard J. Stahl III

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Weston Hurd Welcomes New Partner Richard J. Stahl III

Weston Hurd LLP is pleased to welcome Richard J. Stahl III who joins the firm as a Partner. Rick has extensive experience in family law/domestic relations matters from commencement through appellate proceedings. Rick is an AV Preeminent®-rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell and is certified as a Specialist in Family Relations Law by the Ohio State Bar […]

You Auto Know! – Lease Terminations

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You Auto Know! – Lease Terminations

Scenario: A customer comes to the dealership at the termination of his lease and wants to purchase the vehicle. Since it is a very desirable vehicle, the sales person and manager increase the purchase price by $5,000 and since it was eligible for a CPO program, they tacked that on to the purchase price and charged registration […]

Weston Hurd Attorneys Prevail in Landmark Tax Decision in the Sixth Circuit – Mann Construction, Inc. v. United States

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Weston Hurd Attorneys Prevail in Landmark Tax Decision in the Sixth Circuit – Mann Construction, Inc. v. United States

Listed Transaction Notice and the IRS’s Failure to Follow Notice-and-Comment Rulemaking Procedures – In a case being followed by tax practitioners and others throughout the country, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in a unanimous opinion, reversed a district court ruling in the matter of Mann Construction, Inc. v. United States, No. 21-1500 (6th Cir. 2022). […]

PhyNet Dermatology enters partnership with Ohio-based clinic

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Congratulations The Parker Skin & Aesthetic Clinic, Inc. on its new partnership with PhyNet Dermatology LLC. The Parker Clinic was represented in the transaction by Weston Hurd partners Mark Kruse, Scott Kahn, and Jerrold Goldstein. Read the full news release: Parker Skin & Aesthetic Clinic Partners with PhyNet Dermatology  

REMINDER REAL ESTATE VALUES ARE UP: APPLICATIONS FOR PROPERTY TAX REDUCTIONS DUE MARCH 31, 2022

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REMINDER REAL ESTATE VALUES ARE UP: APPLICATIONS FOR PROPERTY TAX REDUCTIONS DUE MARCH 31, 2022

Back in December, we sent an advisory that certain Ohio counties were due to revise real estate tax values, whether by estimated update or full re-appraisal. These revised tax values for 2021 affect the amount of taxes paid in 2022 and thereafter. The advisory also served as a reminder that property owner challenges to their property values and the […]

Some Churches Might Consider Official IRS Exemption Recognition

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Some Churches Might Consider Official IRS Exemption Recognition

As a rule, organizations operated for religious purposes, commonly churches, are not required to file an application for tax exemption under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (this application is a “Form 1023”) but can still receive deductible contributions. However, where no application is made, the church will not receive a written IRS determination validating its tax-exempt […]