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Cleveland Jewish News
Ulmer lawyers help win precedent-setting estate caseCleveland Jewish NewsUlmer & Berne LLP of Cleveland prevailed in a precedent-setting Ohio Supreme Court estate case showing the importance of filing correct paperwork. James Wilson sued the estate of Joseph Gorman, who died in 2013, for money he was owed.
Business briefsCleveland Jewish NewsULMER & BERNE RECEIVES HIGH MARKS IN CHAMBER USA'S RANKINGS: Chambers USA recognized Ulmer & Berne for the 15th consecutive year as a leading law firm. Chambers also recognized Michael Ungar,chair of the litigation department, with a ...
Cleveland Jewish News
Estate planning without spouse or children can get complicatedCleveland Jewish News... estate planning chair at Reminger Attorneys at Law in Cleveland; and Linda DelaCourt Summers, council and member of the trusts and estates practice group at Ulmer & Berne in Cleveland, all said many things must be considered when planning an estate ...
SEC In-House Judge Challenge Leaves Other Cases in LimboBloomberg BNAThe SEC wouldn't have agreed to stay administrative proceedings subject to the Tenth Circuit's jurisdiction if it didn't “legitimately fear” that the Supreme Court will affirm the Bandimere decision, Chicago securities lawyer Alan M. Wolper of Ulmer
Cincinnati Business Courier
Committee hits Cranley campaign with elections complaintCincinnati Business CourierAttorney Don Mooney, a Democrat and Cranley critic who worked with Simpson at the Ulmer & Berne law firm downtown but is now retired as a partner, filed the complaint with the Ohio Elections Commission on behalf of Charter. It asks for unspecified …
Financial Times
Focus on fiduciary standard puts adviser negligence in spotlightFinancial TimesDiscussion surrounding the implementation of the “fiduciary rule” — which calls on financial advisers to act in the best interest of their clients — has thrown into sharp relief the disparity in protection investors receive from different types of …
InvestmentNews
Finra CEO Robert Cook keeps low profile — for nowInvestmentNews... willingness to meet with Finra's member firms and others, they say it's time he put what he's learned into action. "He hasn't done anything," said Alan Wolper, a partner at Ulmer & Berne. "It's all just talk. Nothing has changed on the boots-on-the …
Experts advise craft breweries on avoiding legal pitfallsAkron Legal NewsStephanie Harley, a partner in the Employment and Labor Group at Ulmer & Berne, was asked to speak to members in November 2015 during one of the nonprofit organization's meetings, which was held at the Platform Beer Co. in Cleveland. Entitled “From ...
Washington Post
Supreme Court rules in favor of ex-Santa Fe investorSanta Fe New MexicanThe U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that former Santa Fe venture capitalist Charles Kokesh cannot be forced by the Securities and Exchange Commission to pay it nearly $35 million for misappropriating investor money. The Supreme Court's 9-0 decision ...Kokesh v. SEC - Supreme Court of the United StatesSupreme Court of the United StatesHoneycutt v. United States - Supreme Court of the United StatesSupreme Court of the United Statesall 107 news articles »
Crain's Cleveland Business
Ulmer & Berne is taking less 'cautious' approachCrain's Cleveland BusinessNew leaders at Ulmer & Berne LLP want to take a different, more aggressive approach to growing the business than has been seen in the legacy Cleveland firm's 109 years in the legal market. The change starts with newly elected managing partner Scott ...
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