One Man’s Opinion on the Forgiveness of Student Loans

LNL recently assisted a small Ohio university in a sale of its assets to another accredited university. Our client was suffering from unresolvable financial problems from many causes, but one of its primary sources of revenue was the proceeds of student loans (which were insufficient to overcome its financial problems.). Billionaire investor Mark Cuban recently […]

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Brett Renzenbrink Joins LNL

LUPER NEIDENTHAL & LOGAN is proud to announce the addition of Brett Renzenbrink as Managing Attorney of the firm’s Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky group.  Brett focuses his practice in the areas of complex commercial and business litigation, corporate formation/governance, real estate, and A-Z banking representation. Prior to taking over the firm’s Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky responsibilities, Brett spent a […]

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President’s Executive Action Expands Deferred Action Benefits for Childhood Arrivals in the U.S.

On November 20, 2014, the President announced a series of executive actions to expand the eligibility of immigrants who are in the United States without proper immigration documentation. These initiatives include: Expanding the population eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to young people who came to this country before turning 16 […]

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Major Commercial Real Estate Appellate Victory for LNL

On November 25, 2014, Luper Neidenthal & Logan attorneys won an important decision in the Ohio 10th District Court of Appeals in a hotly-contested, high dollar value (millions) commercial lease case wherein each of LNL’s client’s assignments of error were sustained. The important holdings of the decision are: (1) that a dissolving corporation’s Wind Up […]

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U.S. Supreme Court Finds that a Search Warrant is Generally Necessary to Search a Suspect’s Cell Phone

In a June, 2014 opinion, the U.S .Supreme Court decided 2 cases questioning whether the police may conduct a warrantless search of digital information on a cell phone seized in connection with an arrest.  The Court found that digital data stored on cell phones presents neither a risk of imminent physical danger to the police, […]

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Mortgage Lenders in Bankruptcy: Know Your Rights and Anticipate Upcoming Changes

No creditor wants to receive a notice that its customer, client, or vendor has filed a bankruptcy case.  At best, the bankruptcy filing means delay and increased expense.  At worst, it means the reduction or extinguishment of a debt.  Secured creditors, however, have many rights and advantages over other creditors.  Secured creditors must, however, be […]

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