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David T. Bules, associate in Calfee’s Litigation group, has joined the planning committee for the Mayfield Education & Research Foundation’s “Art & Science of Healing 2017 Event.” The Mayfield Education & Research Foundation is the non-profit fundraising arm of the Mayfield Clinic, a leading neurosurgery clinic. The purpose is to raise money for the advancement of [...]
December 28, 2016 ~ Robert N. Rapp, senior counsel in Calfee’s Securities and Capital Markets group, presented at the Longbow Research 2016 Analyst Compliance Conference on “Disclosing Unpublished Views and Analyses and Appreciating the Plain Meaning of SEC Regulation AC.” The presentation focused on significant 2016 SEC enforcement initiatives directed to the research analyst community [...]
James M. Lawniczak, Head of Calfee’s Bankruptcy Litigation practice, spoke on the topic of small business bankruptcy at the Ohio State Bar Association. At Calfee, Jim represents secured and unsecured creditors, debtors, liquidators, receivers and unsecured creditors’ committees in all aspects of corporate and insurance insolvency and workout proceedings. Jim’s practice also includes working with domestic [...]
December 21, 2016 ~ On December 19, 2016, Ohio Governor John Kasich signed into law Senate Bill 199, a law which makes various amendments to Ohio’s existing law regarding concealed handgun license holders and their firearms. Among other things, the new law specifies circumstances under which active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces do [...]
Jamie M. Ramsey, partner in Calfee’s Litigation practice group, recently served on a panel at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Center for Cyber Security and Privacy Protection. The presentation was entitled “Insurance and Cyber Risk Management.” At Calfee, Jamie represents both private and public companies in complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts throughout the [...]
December 13, 2016 ~ The focus of the 21st Century Cures Act (the Act) is on pharmaceutical and medical device research, development, and regulatory oversight and approval. But there are also several key provisions that will greatly benefit hospitals and physicians in the near term. Mid-Build Off-Campus Provider-Based Departments: Very good news for hospitals: The [...]
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.