Employers Must Play by New Overtime Rules
June 24, 2016
Most Employees Paid Less Than $47,476 a Year Will Get Overtime Pay
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has announced its final
regulations making major changes to the definitions of executive,
administrative, and profession...
Steve Szuch Becomes Certified Specialist in Family Relations Law
June 3, 2016
Steve Szuch has successfully completed the process through the Ohio
State Bar Association (“OSBA”) to become a Certified Specialist in
Family Relations Law. OSBA certification is a voluntary process through
Spengler Nathanson Completes Annual Firm Service Projec
December 11, 2015
Each year, Spengler Nathanson’s attorneys and staff choose a service
project to work on together. This year, the firm selected Lucas County
Canine Care & Control.
Lucas County Canine Care & Control serves all of Lu...
Sarah Skow Selected for Statewide Community Service Award
December 4, 2015
The Ohio State Bar Foundation selected Sarah Skow as the 2015
recipient of the Statewide Community Service Award for Attorneys 40
& Under. As the daughter of a judge, Sarah understands that the
bedrock of democracy is...
Jim Jeffery Celebrates 50 years with Spengler Nathanson
December 1, 2015
Fifty years ago in 1965, the #1 song was a Beatles song entitled
“Help!,” which included John Lennon’s lyrics of “Help, I need somebody.
Help, not just anybody.” It was during this same year, on October 27,
1965 to be exac...
Spengler Nathanson Attorneys Named to 2016 Edition of “Best Lawyers in America”
November 27, 2015
Spengler Nathanson P.L.L. is pleased to announce that a number of
its attorneys have been named to the 2016 Edition of “Best Lawyers in
James R. Jeffery in the areas of Litigation-Construction, Litigation-Land Us...
Timeshares in Mexico – Buyer and Seller Beware
September 4, 2015
The lure of sunny weather, beautiful beaches and relative
affordability has persuaded many American and Canadian citizens to
purchase timeshare vacation packages in Mexico. While such purchases
work well for some, many peo...
Anticipated Overtime Regulation Changes: What Now?
August 7, 2015
The federal Fair Labor Standards Act exempts from its minimum wage
and overtime pay requirements persons employed in a bona fide executive,
administrative, or professional capacity, as such terms are defined
from time to t...
Broader Protection Against Workplace Bias
June 26, 2015
In EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc., decided
June 1, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court held that job applicants – and, by
extension, employees – have broad protection against workplace bias.
Employers must take noti...
Spengler Nathanson Welcomes Bill Meyer
June 8, 2015
Long-time Toledo attorney Bill Meyer joined Spengler Nathanson in May
2015, in an of-counsel capacity. Bill practices primarily in the areas
of immigration and nationality law and has represented thousands of
Sixth Circuit Issues Telecommuting Decision Favorable to Employers
June 5, 2015
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently considered the Equal
Employment Opportunity Commission’s claims under the Americans with
Disabilities Act involving a telecommuting request from a Ford employee
who suffered from...
Gerry Kowalski Named “Distinguished Toledo Lawyer”
June 3, 2015
On May 8, 2015, Gerry Kowalski received the “Distinguished Toledo
Lawyer” award during the Toledo Bar Association’s Law Day Luncheon.
Each year on this occasion, an attorney is recognized who has
contributed to the communi...