Jeffrey A. Marks, a partner in the Vorys Cincinnati office, authored a chapter for Inside the Minds: Creditors’ Rights in Chapter 11 Cases. Marks’ chapter was titled “Real Estate Chapter 11 Filings: Key Issues.”
Vorys attorneys Daniel Buckley, Lisa Babish Forbes, Elizabeth Weinewuth and Elizabeth Davis Conway authored an article for the Probate Law Journal of Ohio titled "Important Guidance for Ohio Trustees: Newcomber V. National City Bank."
Jonathan Ishee, of counsel in the Vorys Houston office and a member of the health care group, authored “The Rise of Hospital Outpatient Departments in the Era of Decreased Provider Reimbursement” for the April 2013 edition of the American Health Lawyers Association’s Business Law & Governance publication.
Evelyn Lundberg Stratton, who prior to joining Vorys served for 16 years on the Ohio Supreme Court, authored an op-ed on the proposed expansion of Ohio’s Medicaid program for the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Zachary Brumfield, a staff attorney in the Vorys Columbus office, authored an article for the March 2013 edition of the Real Estate Law Journal. The article focused on how the new FHFA short sale rules promote economic efficiency.
Evelyn Lundberg Stratton, of counsel in the firm’s Columbus office who before joining Vorys served for 16 years on the Ohio Supreme Court, authored an op-ed for the Columbus Dispatch in support of Ohio Senate Bill 350. According to her op-ed, the proposed legislation would allow probate judges to order outpatient treatment for somebody who does not need a full, expensive and often unavailable hospitalization.
G. Ross Bridgman, a partner in the Columbus office and chair of the Vorys health care group, co-authored an article with Scott R. Mote, the executive director of Ohio Lawyers Assistance Program, for the January/February 2013 edition of the American Bar Association's GP Solo.
Jackie Ford, a partner in the Vorys Houston and Columbus offices, authored an op-ed for the Houston Chronicle about a proposed Texas law that would prohibit employers from asking employees and job seekers for passwords to their social media accounts
This article, published in The Evaluator, explains tax reforms endorsed by the OSBA Council of Delegates. These reforms are focused on efforts to both improve the efficiency of the BTA while also addressing several areas of concern with the operation of the BTA.
Alycia Broz and Robert Krummen, partners in the litigation group of the Vorys Columbus office, authored an article entitled “Flash Cookies Litigation: The Next Wave or a “Flash” in the Pan?”for the Winter 2013 edition of What’s in Store, a publication of the American Bar Association’s Section of Antitrust Law’s Consumer Protection Committee, Privacy and Information Security Committee, and Private Advertising Litigation Committee.
Jeffery E. Smith, a partner in the Columbus office, published this article in The Bankers' Statement, and it details why institutions should review their policies and procedures for buying and selling loan participation interests.