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Weston Hurd Attorneys Named Best Lawyers in America® and “Lawyers of the Year”

Weston Hurd Attorneys Named Best Lawyers in America® and “Lawyers of the Year”

Weston Hurd LLP is Pleased to Announce EIGHT firm attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2020, the only purely peer-review™ guide to the legal profession. TWO of the attorneys, W. CHARLES CURLEY and JOHN G. FARNAN, have also received “Lawyer of the Year” recognition. W. CHARLES […]

Weston Hurd Welcomes New Partners JONATHAN A. GOOD and JAMES (JAY) L. NABORS, III

Weston Hurd Welcomes New Partners JONATHAN A. GOOD and JAMES (JAY) L. NABORS, III

JONATHAN A. GOOD brings extensive experience in employment and labor, health care, business, and transactional matters. Specifically, Jon represents his clients in FLSA, retaliation, ERISA, workers’ compensation, and related employment claims. He also advises on medical board issues, long term care matters, and HIPAA compliance. In business litigation and transactional matters, Jon provides counsel on breach […]

You Auto Know!® – Insurance Coverage

Posted on in Automotive/Transportation, News
You Auto Know!® – Insurance Coverage

Recently I received an e-mail from a colleague of mine in the southeast. The scenario is as follows: Dealer sells and delivers a new Jeep. It is a cash deal. “Customer” pays with a check, the funds are not verified and a new title clerk immediately titles the vehicle. Shortly thereafter, the same customer visits […]

OHIO SUPREME COURT UPDATE – CONSTRUCTION STATUTE OF REPOSE

Posted on in Architects and Engineers, Insurance, News
OHIO SUPREME COURT UPDATE – CONSTRUCTION STATUTE OF REPOSE

Ohio Supreme Court holds that the construction statute of repose applies to claims sounding in breach and in tort.  A summary of: New Riegel Local School District Board of Education, et al. v. The Buehrer Group Architecture & Engineering, Inc., et al., 2019-Ohio-2851 On Wednesday, July 17, 2019, the Ohio Supreme Court held that the construction […]

2019 Architects & Engineers Newsletter

Posted on in Architects and Engineers, News
2019 Architects & Engineers Newsletter

In this issue of Weston Hurd’s 2019 Architects & Engineers Newsletter, editors David Patterson and Fred Bills weigh in on: Copyright Law and the Case for Registering Architectural Works Upon 100% CDs OFCC “Exhibit A – A/E Standard Terms & Conditions” Revisited Contact Information: David T. Patterson Editor-in-Chief 614.280.1120 dpatterson@westonhurd.com Frederick T. Bills Assistant Editor […]

Find law firm that’s right for your needs

Weston Hurd Partner, Fred Arnoff, was recently quoted in the Cleveland Jewish News article “Find Law Firm That’s Right for Your Needs” (April 19, 2019). Selecting a law firm that fits your legal needs is so important and Fred offers practical advice, “You want to inquire what is the lawyer’s expertise, background and skillset and […]

SCOTUS Rules That Express Authorization is Required for Class Arbitration

Posted on in Business, Employment, Employment, News
SCOTUS Rules That Express Authorization is Required for Class Arbitration

On April 24, 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States decided Lamps Plus, Inc. v. Varela, No.17-988, holding that courts may not compel class-wide arbitration based on an arbitration agreement that is ambiguous as to whether the parties agreed to arbitrate on a class basis.  Varela sued Lamps Plus in federal district court. The parties […]