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Oct 6, 2005 | Should I Copyright My Drawings? Part I
This is one of a four part series written by Tom Rosenberg for The Daily Reporter, Columbus. It was featured in the insert for The American Institute of Architects.
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Oct 3, 2005 | Bid Readers Beware: Don't Pay Twice for the Same Project
Cities, county commissioners, townships and even school boards have always been able to escape paying "twice" for an improperly awarded competitively bid project - once for the actual work and once to the disappointed bidder. That is until now. Dep...
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Fall 2005 | Time to Think About Saving Tax Dollars
Tips for making nontraditional charitable contributions.
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Summer 2005 | What is Planned Giving?
Most charitable donors engage in "checkbook philanthropy" - sporadically donating small amounts when solicited. Planned giving is an organized approach to charitable giving, based on your values, that maximizes your tax benefits.
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Mar 24, 2005 | Legislative Efforts in Handling Industry-Wide Litigation
An emerging trend which has gained some attention as of late is the attempt to handle industrywide litigation through legislation. Most notably, the Ohio General Assembly has enacted groundbreaking legislation aimed at asbestos and silica/mixed dust...
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March/April 2005 | Obtaining Permission
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1994-2005 | Lobbying, PACs, and Campaign Finance
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2005 | Legislative Efforts in Handling Industry-Wide Litigation
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Jan 1, 2005 | Applying Geneva Convention to Suspected Terrorists, Battlefield Detainees, and Enemy Combatants
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Jan 1, 2005 | What are the limits of United States Coast Guard Vessel(s) crossing the Canadian border? What are the limits on the United States Coast Guard's ability to maneuver and what exceptions are there as to territorial sovereignty?
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Nov 12, 2004 | Position of Wired Glass in the 2004 IBC Supplement
Wired glass still remains the top-performing fire-rated glazing material in the United States. Unfortunately, it has fallen victim to a weakness that exists in our code development process. For at least the last 10 years, competitors have sought to i...
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Mar 22, 2004 | For Better, For Worse, For Richer, For Poorer
A premarital agreement is not reserved exclusively for the wealthy and famous. Although much publicity surrounds premarital agreements of high-profile couples, a premarital agreement is appropriate for anyone with property, debt, a degree, a certific...
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Mar 2, 2004 | Clean Water Act Section 404/401 Permitting
Residential, commercial and industrial development projects, plant expansions, utility and infrastructure projects, often involve impacts to streams and/or wetlands. Generally speaking, however, before discharging dredged or fill material into wate...
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Jan 21, 2004 | Apples and Oranges - Ohio and Florida Homestead Exemptions
You've seen the estate planning scenario a dozen times. In reviewing a copy of the deed to a new client's house, you discover that the educated, retired, time-wealthy gentleman prepared the last transfer document, using forms he found on the internet...
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Spring 2003 | State Benefits Under the Pike Balancing Test of the Dormant Commerce Clause: Putative or Actual?
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2003 | Mold - A Small Business Concern
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2003 | A Guide to Guardianship: Elderly the Most Frequent Beneficiary
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Jan 1, 2002 | Corporate Antitrust Liability and Compliance Programs
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Jan 1, 2002 | An Effective Compliance Program Under The Sentencing Guidelines
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Mar 1, 2000 | Estate Planning Using Sales To "Defective" Trusts