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Author Archives: Daniel Cronin

SUCCESSFULLY FINALIZING A TRANSFER ON DEATH TRANSACTION

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Daniel T. Cronin, Esq., Thrasher, Dinsmore & Dolan, LPA Alert for Ohio Attorneys: In order to complete the property transfer envisioned when a decedent executed either a Transfer on Death Deed or a Transfer on Death Designation Affidavit, a Medicaid Estate Recovery Form must be submitted to the respective...

Accord and Satisfaction – Effectiveness of Writing “Payment in Full” on a Check

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Accord and Satisfaction – Effectiveness of Writing “Payment in Full” on a Check Author: Daniel T. Cronin, Esq.,Thrasher, Dinsmore & Dolan, a Legal Professional Association The doctrine of accord and satisfaction was recently revisited by both the Seventh and the Eighth District Courts of Appeals....

Post-Close Liability in an Asset Only Purchase

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Recently, in Hampton’s on King, Inc. v. Ohio Dept. of Job & Family Services, 10th Dist. Franklin No.  14AP-243, 2014-Ohio-5666, Ohio’s Tenth District Court of Appeals found that the purchaser of the assets of a business inherited the unemployment compensation contribution rates from the...

Problems of Proof in Contract Disputes: Online Terms and Conditions

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To read an article written by our very own Dan Cronin and Chelsea Shenton, and published in the most recent edition of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA) Journal, click below: Problems of Proof in Contract Disputes, Online Terms and Conditions

Did You Know? IRS Simplifies Process to Obtain Tax Exemption for Certain Types of Not-For-Profit Entities

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Recently, the Internal Revenue Service released Form 1023-EZ. Up until this point, every organization desiring to obtain tax-exempt status under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code had to file a full Form 1023. The full Form 1023, including all instructions and schedules, is currently over...

“The Motion In Limine as a Trojan Horse” Article Approved

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Dan Cronin and Mary Jane Trapp’s article “The Motion In Limine as a Trojan Horse” was approved by the Ohio Lawyer Board of Editors at the Ohio State Bar Association for inclusion as a Practice Tips column in the November/December issue! UPDATE: “The Motion In Limine as a Trojan...