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Squire Patton BoggsFred Nance has built a career on resolving conflict

Fred Nance grew up in Cleveland during a time of great social unrest. It was the late 1960s and riots raged against the slow pace of civil rights development. Nance watched and then made a plan to do what he could to make the world a better place.

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Fred Nance has built a career on resolving conflict

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Deal me inWith trillions in capital available, it’s a great time to be a dealmaker

Talent and relationships are playing an increasing role in Central Ohio’s deal activity. Local dealmakers talk about the current market and what may lie ahead.

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Peoples Services Inc.Douglas Sibila stays steady at the wheel as Peoples Services pursues acquisitions

Gone are the days when organic growth was sufficient to fuel the 104-year-old Peoples Services Inc. Now acquisitions are key to success.

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Challenge acceptedBryan Putt picks up the gauntlet as Aires invests in technology

When the market changed, Aires put a renewed focus on innovation and technology. CEO Bryan Putt shares how the relocation company disrupted the disruptors.

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How sales tax nexus, bolstered by the Wayfair decision, affects your business

Kreischer Miller's Thomas Frascella takes a close look at sales tax nexus, how and when it applies, and what the Wayfair decision will mean for businesses.

Federal law and LGBTQ+ employee workplace discrimination protections

Frank P. Spada Jr., an attorney with Semanoff Ormsby Greenberg & Torchia, LLC, explores how courts are interpreting employment discrimination for LGBTQ+ individuals.

Ruling brings major change to out-of-state sales tax collection

Nicholas Schatte, tax manager at Clarus Partners, breaks down the Wayfair decision and how it affects businesses of all types and sizes.

Questions for business owners to consider when estate planning

“Regardless of whether the owner decides to maintain the business or sell it and divide the profits, the time to consider and lay plans is early on,” says McCarthy Lebit's Kimon P. Karas.

How to cost-effectively navigate the tightening logistics market

The logistics industry is being affected by two divergent trends: a driver shortage and growth in the U.S. economy. The confluence of factors has greatly reduced capacity, leaving shippers with the uncomfortable choice to either take an expensive option or to have their materials sit, says AMWARE's Matthew Fink.