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News / 14 December 2020

Weltman Attorney Ricardo Johnstone Selected to the 2021 OSBA Leadership Academy

We are pleased to announce the selection of attorney Ricardo Johnstone to participate in the 2021 Ohio State Bar Association Leadership Academy.
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News / 31 March 2020

New Real Estate Default Attorney Joins Weltman's Cincinnati Office

Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA, a full-service creditors' rights law firm in its 90th year in business, is pleased to welcome attorney Nathan R. Duvelius to its Cincinnati office.
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Alerts

Alerts / 25 February 2022

Student Loan Servicers Regulation: Proposed Kentucky Legislation

If passed, the new law would create an entirely new subsection under Chapter 286 of the Kentucky Revised Statutes that would require student loan servicers who operate in Kentucky to be licensed through the Department of Financial Institutions.
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Alerts / 4 June 2021

The Comprehensive Debt Collection Improvement Act and its Impact on Debt Collectors

On May 13, 2021, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 2547 also known as the Comprehensive Debt Collection Improvement Act (CDCIA). If passed by the Senate, the CDCIA would amend several existing consumer finance statutes and impose new requirements and limitations on debt collectors.
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Insights

Insights / 3 February 2022

City Income Taxes: How Remote Working Can Affect Your Refund Eligibility

When the COVID-19 pandemic fervently came in March 2020, Ohio like much of the United States, went on lockdown. As a result, employees were forced to pack up their computers and head home to work remotely. In 2021, a little more than half of the work force in Ohio was working remotely.
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Insights / 18 November 2021

Not Another Meeting...

It is likely fair to say that when most people hear the word meeting or see an appointment invite slip into their inbox, a few dreadful feelings fill their mind. Meetings tend to carry a negative connotation. Most individuals prefer control of their time throughout the day, and meetings interrupt this freedom.
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