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Ohio divorce can include property division negotiations

The negotiations that take place between soon-to-be former spouses in Ohio can be contentious. This is especially true if one of the spouses has committed infidelity against the other. In such instances, evidence of such an action can be used as a negotiating tool in the property division discussions.

Employer's shifting explanations may evidence discrimination

The Sixth Circuit's age discrimination decision in Gaglioti v. Levin group, Inc., Sixth Circuit Case No. 11-3744 (Dec. 13, 2012), held shifting explanations for discharging an employee may constitute evidence of age discrimination.  Joseph Gaglioti worked in the employer's accounting department.  After ten months of employment, he was fired.  The employer initially reasoned that Gaglioti was fired because his temporary employment had ended.  But after Gaglioti filed suit and alleged that his employer fired him by considering his age, the employer argued that he was terminated due to poor performance.  The district court concluded that Gaglioti established a prima facie of age discrimination, but granted summary judgment in favor of the employer when it found that the employer presented a legitimate non-discriminatory reason for its discharge decision and Gaglioti failed to present any evidence that the decision was pretextual.

Ohio spouses discuss divorce property division at marriage end

There are about 3.7 million businesses in Ohio and across the nation that are owned by married couples, according to one report. Such businesses are often created because spouses wish to work together. However, when that particular marriage falls apart, some couples find that the business becomes part of a contentious property division negotiation.

Galeano Named Top 25 Women Columbus Super Lawyer

Mowery Youell & Galeano, Ltd. is pleased to announce Judith E. Galeano's inclusion on the Top 25 Women Columbus Ohio Super Lawyers Top List.  Ms. Galeano's selection recognizes her as one of the women lawyers receiving the highest point totals for Columbus attorneys in the Ohio nomination, research, and blue ribbon process. 

Congratulations 2013 Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars!

Mowery Youell & Galeano, Ltd. congratulates its Labor and Employment attorneys receiving inclusion in the 2013 SuperLawyers selections.  James S. Mowery, Jr., Judith E. Galeano, and Merl H. Wayman have been named as Ohio Super Lawyers, while Justin A. Morocco and Nicholas W. Yaeger received Rising Star designations.  Each attorney received the distinction after a rigorous selection process, which took into consideration peer recognition and professional achievement.

Ohio child support payments, when not paid, can lead to penalty

Readers in Ohio know that for some custodial parents of children collecting child support from their kid's other parent can be a challenge. This child support collection challenge leads many in our state and elsewhere to seek the help of the court system to get the payments to which they are entitled. These efforts sometime end with penalties for the non-paying parent.

Ohio readers learn of high asset divorce of celebrity

A long-time television star who may be familiar to readers in Ohio recently announced that's she is planning to end her marriage. Mayim Bialik starred in the 1990's sitcom, 'Blossom', and now plays Amy Farrah Fowler on the series 'The Big Bang Theory'. She and her husband plan to seek the divorce after nine years of marriage, a report indicates.

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