Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur

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URL: www.porterwright.com
Main Office: Columbus
Participating Offices: Cleveland; Columbus; Dayton; Naples, FL; Washington, D.C.
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Firm News

PR Newswire (press release)
Porter Wright announces Sports Law Practice with addition of attorney Luke FedlamPR Newswire (press release)Porter Wright's Sports Law Practice Group will provide professional athletes the resources to address issues that they face on a daily basis, such as marketing contract analysis, immigration issues, investment opportunity due diligence, asset …
Columbus Business First
Porter Wright launching new sports law practice to advise athletesColumbus Business FirstA Columbus law firm is branching into the realm of sports business with the hiring of a former Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. executive. Subscribe to get the full story. Already a subscriber? Sign in. Subscribe to get the full story. Already a subscriber? Sign …and more »
The State
Will Palmetto Health merger with Greenville system increase health care costs?The State“Monopolists get to charge high prices,” said Jay Levine, co-chair of the anti-trust group of the Washington, D.C.-based law firm Porter Wright. “The question is whether this causes a monopoly in any form.” The concern is that along with a monopoly on …
CNBC
How your financial advisor can help thwart elder fraudCNBCWell before you need it, have a family discussion about roles and responsibilities should an aging parent someday need help, said Marve Ann M. Alaimo, a partner at Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP in Naples, Florida. Knowing who's going to manage the ...
Journal of Accountancy
Cognitive impairment does not necessarily have to derail your clients' planningJournal of AccountancyHowever, an Alzheimer's or dementia diagnosis doesn't automatically mean you can't make a financial plan for these clients, Alaimo, a partner with the law firm Porter Wright Morris & Arthur in Naples, Fla., said. Speaking at the AICPA ENGAGE conference …
Daily Business Review (registration)
Porter Wright Sued for Legal MalpracticeDaily Business Review (registration)Two Russian brothers have filed a legal malpractice lawsuit against Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur and its Naples managing partner, alleging they should have disclosed the existence of millions of dollars in real estate judgments against another …and more »
The Statehouse News Bureau
Clean Fuels Group Wants Open Competition For $30M In Settlement FundsThe Statehouse News BureauOhio Legislature. Gov. John Kasich has vetoed a bill that rolls back state requirements on electric utilities and clean energy. Supporters. Ohio Education Association; Porter Wright Morris and Arthur LLP; Medical Mutual. © 2017 The Statehouse News …
Columbus Business First
PUCO seats go to Porter Wright attorney and IGS Energy VPColumbus Business FirstKasich chose Daniel Conway, a lawyer at Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP for more than 30 years, and Lawrence Friedeman, vice president of regulatory affairs and compliance for Dublin's IGS Energy, to fill two of the five seats on the Public Utilities ...Kasich fills two open seats on PUCOColumbus Dispatchall 3 news articles »
Porter Wright is proud to congratulate three associatesPR Newswire (press release)COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP is proud to announce that associates Adam Bennett, Emily Taylor and Mitchell Prentis have passed the Ohio State Bar Exam. The Ohio Bar exam is administered twice ...
Dayton Business Journal
Guest Column: It's never too early — Estate planning for millennialsDayton Business JournalDue to its inherent nature, many young adults do not think about the circumstances that may arise if they were to suddenly pass away. But, as millennials grow older and take on more responsibility, there are important questions to consider in case the ...
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