Michael W. Sandner

The American Arbitration Association, commonly referred to as the “AAA” provides numerous structures for dispute resolution.  What many businesses and contractors are unaware of however is that to leverage to the most beneficial set of rules they typically need to be specified in a party’s...

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Author:  Mike Sandner A common hurdle to clear when drafting non-compete agreements between business owners or sales and service professionals is to define the territory in which the non-compete agreement is to control.  Although a variety of methodologies exist to address this issue, such as zip...

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            For many homeowners, home improvements are not the type of activity for which they are inclined to contact their counsel.  It is likely equally true that most homeowners may reside in communities protected by a declaration of covenants, or...

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 In order to protect Ohio taxpayers from tax refund fraud related to identity theft, the Ohio Department of Taxation (ODT) is implementing safeguards.  These safeguards will cause some refunds to be delayed this upcoming tax filing season.  These safeguards are being implemented to bolster defense against...

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    In the case of Boone Construction, Inc. v. The. Village of Piketon, 2014 – Ohio – 2377 (2014) the Appeals Court for the 4th District dealt with both of the above issues. Have you ever heard the admonition: "Read the Contract?" Contractors do themselves...

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