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The Ohio General Assembly passed Substitute Senate Bill 331 (S.B. 331), a bill that was originally introduced to set a state standard for the source of dogs sold in pet stores but became a vehicle for many last minute amendments in the lame duck session, on Wednesday evening. The bill contained multiple provisions that impact [...]
Calfee is proud to announce Teresa Metcalf Beasley, partner and chair of Calfee’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee, has been selected as a 2017 Woman of Achievement from the YWCA of Greater Cleveland. This prestigious award is presented to a select group of Northeast Ohio women who have achieved extraordinary accomplishments through career success, community service, [...]
Christie Angel, director of government relations and public affairs for Calfee Strategic Solutions, was recently appointed to the inaugural class of the Columbus Women’s Commission by Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and First Lady Shannon Ginther. The purpose of the Commission will be to dismantle barriers and reduce gender-based inequities to improve the economic position of [...]
Steven W. Day, Partner in Calfee’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation practice group, served on a panel hosted by The Foundation Center of Cleveland. The purpose of the panel was to discuss the pros and cons of starting a non-profit as well as the legal requirements involved.
Steven W. Day, Partner in Calfee’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation practice group, recently spoke at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Tax Institute on the Department of Labor’s new fiduciary rule. Steve’s practice focuses on executive and director compensation, employee benefits and executive compensation issues arising in mergers and acquisitions, and fiduciary and governance compliance [...]
December 2, 2016 ~ Calfee was proud to host The Presidents’ Forum Breakfast Series of The Entrepreneurship Institute on the morning of Friday, December 2. The event included a panel on the topic of “Attracting and Retaining Talent through an Engaged Workforce.” Panelists included: Dave Clifford, President of Avantegrity LLC; Jay Mellon, CEO of AtNetPlus; [...]
Sean S. Suder, partner in Calfee’s Real Estate Litigation group, recently wrote an article entitled “Six Ways to Get Out Ahead of Your Downtown Department Store Closure.” Sean’s practice focuses on land use, zoning, historic preservation, local government, and commercial real estate law. He crafts clear, consistent, usable and defensible zoning and land development ordinances [...]
December 1, 2016 ~ Teresa Metcalf Beasley, partner and chair of Calfee’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee, will join the 2016 Class of the Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School Hall of Fame on December 1. The Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School Hall of Fame was established to honor alumni, faculty members and others associated with the [...]
Malisheia Douglas, associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property practice group, held a luncheon with the committee chairs of the Intellectual Property Litigation Committee for the Cleveland Intellectual Property Law Association (CIPLA). The purpose of the luncheon was to discuss the role of the Intellectual Property Litigation Committee of CIPLA for the upcoming year. Malisheia co-chairs [...]
Jamie M. Ramsey and Kimberly Moses, partners in Calfee’s litigation practice group, recently gave presentations on managing cyber risks at an event of the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel. The presentation, entitled “Beyond Compliance 101: Managing Cyber Risks Created By Third Party Vendors,” was hosted at The Calfee Building. John R. [...]