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Since our founding in 1915, the Dayton Law Firm of  Pickrel, Schaeffer & Ebeling has represented businesses and individuals throughout the Greater Dayton area. Our attorneys are committed to providing legal help in a cost effective manner while maintaining the highest quality standards of service and integrity. We assess each situation and then develop innovative ideas which identify potential risks, opportunities for savings and growth, and strategies to aggressively protect your interests. With a broad range of skills, PS&E’s professional team works together to provide our clients the combined strength and knowledge of all of our attorneys. Read more

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Update 9/20/2016 The Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Professional Conduct issued a non-binding opinion on August 5, 2016, stating that due to existing Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct, lawyers may not advise a client regarding medical marijuana issues because lawyers cannot  engage in conduct that violates ...

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For many years, the general rule on whether Medicare would pay for the cost of a stay in a long-term care facility was as follows:  if the person spent 3 “midnights” in a hospital then went to a long-term care facility for therapy for the same ...

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Can a lawyer represent you ...

The Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Professional Conduct issued a non-binding opinion on August 5, 2016, stating that lawyers may not advise a client to engage in conduct that violates federal law, or assist in such conduct, even if the conduct is authorized by state law. ...

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