Matt joined Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co., L.P.A. in 2016 after graduating at the top of his law school class and was named a Director-Shareholder of the firm in 2023. Matt serves as the chair of the firm’s Recruiting Committee. His practice focuses on serving small and medium sized business owners and their companies. Matt routinely serves as outside general counsel for many companies on a wide range of business transactions and works closely with other practice sections within the firm that specialize in workers’ compensation, labor and employment, litigation, tax matters, and estate planning to ensure that his clients are supported and well represented across all areas of the law.
General Information The Ohio Revised Limited Liability Company Act (ORC Chapter 1706 – the “Revised Act”) will become applicable to all LLCs in Ohio as of February 11, 2022 (see §1706.83). After that date, the Revised Act will govern all LLCs formed (or qualified to do business as foreign LLCs) […]Read More
The Corporate Transparency Act The National Defense Authorization Act (“NDAA”) was passed by Congress at the end of 2020. Included within the NDAA is what is known as the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) which was enacted into law as of January 1, 2021. However, required compliance with the reporting requirement […]Read More
In April of this year, $100 billion in CARES Act relief funds were allocated to businesses, hospitals, schools, and citizens affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Another round of federal funding under the CARES Act was approved by the Ohio Controlling Board in August. Many of those businesses, citizens, and institutions […]Read More
Senate Bill 252, better known as Lindsay’s Law, was passed by the Ohio General Assembly and signed into law by Governor John Kasich, and recently took effect on August 1, 2017. The law is aimed at combating the sudden cardiac arrest in high school and youth athletes and is similar […]Read More
On December 19, 2016, Governor John Kasich signed Senate Bill 199 which, among other provisions, provides for the expansion of the concealed carry of handguns. These changes will take effect March 20, 2017. This legal summary will focus on three major changes to the law: who may carry a concealed […]Read More