For over a decade, attorney Steve McHugh served on the Board of Directors of Choices in Community Living, a nonprofit agency that provides lifelong person-centered, community-based residential options and other services for people with developmental disabilities. Steve was honored at a special retirement ceremony and received a plaque from Executive Director Tom Weaver for his dedicated service.
Looking to reorganize your business? Focus on decisions
Any time a company is struggling to pull in a profit, stay competitive or achieve its goals, business owners may very well consider reorganization. This action can shake things up and potentially reveal problems that were hidden or causing avoidable setbacks, but it can also significant upset the daily and short-term capabilities of a company. With this in mind, it should be clear that reorganization should not be done on a whim or without a strategy in place. There are many different approaches to consider and it can be crucial to assess the changes and potential fallout that can be …
Sam Warwar Pens Dayton Bar Briefs Article on Charitable Giving
Tax Attorney Sam Warwar penned an article that appeared in a recent edition of Dayton Bar Briefs, a publication of the Dayton Bar Association. The article addressed charitable giving and using closely held stock to make a charitable gift. To read the article, click here.
Anti-trust laws and preventing monopolies
Merging with or acquiring another business can be a critical step in any company’s growth. However, they are complex and intricate processes that don’t just happen overnight. It can take considerable planning, valuation and negotiation to get to the point where a merger or acquisition can be considered and/or approved. Even at this point, there is the potential for the deal to be denied if the Federal Trade Commission believes it could violate antitrust laws that prevent monopolies. Most mergers do not raise any red flags. According to the Department of Justice and the FTC, just 5 percent of merger …