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Bricker & Eckler LLP


Contract enforced without signature of all parties

USA - November 2 2012 Generally, to be valid and enforceable, a contract must be signed by all parties

Submittals: things you always wanted to know, but were afraid to ask

USA - November 16 2009 Often on construction projects, little thought is given to submittals for the project

Frequently asked questions regarding supplemental executive retirement plans (SERPs)

USA - June 14 2011 Now that baby boomers are approaching retirement, we are receiving a number of inquiries regarding SERPs

Loan modifications: the lender’s perspective

USA - January 8 2008 In today’s real estate market there are many real estate loans that will not be repaid strictly in accordance with their terms

HIPAA settlement with University of Washington Medicine highlights need for organization-wide risk analysis

USA - December 15 2015 On December 14, 2015, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that it had entered into a $750,000 settlement agreement with

Riddell moving jobs from Elyria to new facility in North Ridgeville

USA - July 7 2016 Football helmet manufacturer Riddell is moving from its current facility in Elyria to a larger one to be built in North Ridgeville, after that city

PACE financing used for $3.3 million upgrade of downtown Columbus tower

USA - July 5 2016 Recently, the owner of the 24-story, 360,000-square-foot PNC Plaza office tower, which is located in downtown Columbus, Ohio, wanted to upgrade the

Credit union’s downtown Dayton presence will grow with $2.5 million expansion

USA - July 5 2016 CODE Credit Union Inc. will expand its downtown Dayton headquarters with the purchase of land adjacent to its West Monument Avenue building, as part

Penalties in health care fraud cases to nearly double on August 1, 2016

USA - July 5 2016 As if the penalties for violations of the federal False Claims Act (FCA) weren’t already substantial enough to bankrupt a health care provider, on

Tiffin Pointe project will move forward with $800,000 in tax credits

USA - July 1 2016 A project to construct new affordable housing in Tiffin will help fill a need in the community, according to Seneca Industrial and Economic