Protecting Your Business When Terminating an Employee

Running a business is all about making difficult decisions, but perhaps the most difficult task is terminating a problematic employee. However, one of the most unfortunate parts of terminating an employee is the fact that if you go about it the wrong way or for the...

When Will a Child’s Preference Matter in Custody Cases?

There are many factors that affect how custody of a child will be awarded in the event of a divorce. However, rest assured that the courts will always act in your child’s best interest. They will examine every facet of your family dynamic to decide how custody...

Tips to Avoid Outstanding Balances From Customers

One of the worst parts of running a business is collecting payments. Though you may expect payment immediately, many businesses also send out bills once a week or even monthly. These can be harder to manage; months may go by before you get the money that you were...

When You Should and Should Not Refuse a Breathalyzer Test

When it comes to OVI arrests in Ohio, the internet is flooded with seemingly conflicting information. Should you refuse a breathalyzer test? Should you submit to avoid harsher penalties? What happens if you refuse? It can all be very complicated and if you don’t...

Tips for Mitigating Your Risk of Employment Litigation

Most business owners understand that occasionally being sued by a prospective, current, or former employee is an unfortunate but somewhat unavoidable fact of business life. Still, there are steps you can take as an employer to mitigate your risk of facing employment...