Coolidge Wall Elects Herin and Osborn as Shareholders of the Firm

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Coolidge Wall Co., L.P.A. is pleased to announce that W. Chip Herin III and R. Michael Osborn have been elected as new shareholders of the firm. “Chip and Mike have developed deep experience within their practice areas and dedicated themselves to providing trusted counsel and excellent customer service,” said J. Stephen Herbert, President and CEO of Coolidge Wall. “They have worked hard, and we are proud to have them representing our firm as new shareholders.” Herin is an attorney in the firm’s Corporate and Real Estate Departments. He serves as a business advisor to his clients, assisting business and property …

Firm Hosts Court Camp Students

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On Tuesday, June 27, 2017, Coolidge Wall hosted a group of 19 students as part of the Montgomery County Court Camp Program. Most of the students are first generation college bound and serve in a government club or mock trial program at the school. Coolidge Wall attorneys Bud Seall, Chris Conard, Pat Friesinger, and Chip Herin participated in a session moderated by Coolidge Wall’s coordinator, David Pierce. Afterwards, the students toured the Firm’s offices before returning back to the Courthouse. It is our sincere hope that we helped these students on their journey to success.

Chip Herin Involved With Local Chapter of American Heart Association

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Coolidge Wall attorney Chip Herin is serving his third year as a member of the Executive Leadership Team of the Heart Ball, an event hosted by the Dayton Chapter of the American Heart Association. Each year, community members, medical professionals and corporate leaders come together to celebrate the lifesaving work of the American Heart Association. For years, the Heart Ball has helped to advance the lifesaving mission of the American Heart Association, a mission that has impacted the lives of thousands of men, women and children in the Dayton area. Contributions help support ongoing biomedical research and educational programs, which …

An Overview of the Process of Appealing a Decision of the Board of Revision

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The Board of Revision is traditionally the starting point for appealing the County’s valuation of your real property. But is a Board of Revision determination final, or is further review available? Further review is available; determinations of the Board of Revision may be appealed to either the Board of Tax Appeals or the Court of Common Pleas. Below are some fast facts regarding the appeals process. Timing. Regardless of whether the appeal is taken to the Board of Tax Appeals or to the Court of Common Pleas, the deadline to appeal is the same: thirty (30) days from the date …