Author Archives: Subashi & Wildermuth

About Subashi & Wildermuth

Subashi & Wildermuth is a small firm of civil trial attorneys concentrating primarily in the defense of individuals, corporations, school districts, insurers, and governmental entities. We handle a wide variety of litigation including employment law, civil rights, school law, insurance coverage, professional liability, commercial litigation, product liability, nursing homes, employer intentional torts, and insurance defense.

Dayton's 40 under 40

On May 22, 2014, the Dayton Business Journal held its 40-under-40 awards banquet.  Attorney Anne Keeton and her husband, Mark, were both honored to receive this award on the same evening.  The 40-under-40 Award recognizes young professionals who are not … Continue reading
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CLE on Mediation

On May 13, 2014, Attorney Lauren Epperley and Magistrate Robert F. Cowdrey presented a CLE at the Dayton Bar Association about mediations.  The one-hour presentation discussed mediation from the perspective of the mediator, plaintiff’s attorney, and defense attorney.  During the … Continue reading
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OSBA Convention - Federal Courts and Practice Seminar

On May 2, 2014, Attorney Tabitha Justice was a panelist in a federal practice seminar at the Ohio State Bar Association’s annual convention.  The topic of discussion was a comparison between the legal practice in federal and state courts.  The … Continue reading
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Directed Verdict

On April 30, 2014, Attorneys Nick Subashi and Tabitha Justice obtained a directed verdict in the trial of a property damage case.  The case involved the installation of flexible gas pipe known as CSST.  The client was an HVAC professional … Continue reading
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“Oh No, Not Medicare” – Addressing Medicare in Personal Injury Settlements

By Lauren K. Epperley Settling personal injury cases seems simple enough once you get past that pesky question of how much money will be paid in exchange for a release.  If Medicare is involved, however, the parties must give consideration … Continue reading
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Real Property Valuation Complaints: Redefining “Recent”

By Andrew Rudloff The Ohio Supreme Court has long recognized that, once a party produces evidence of a “recent” sale in an arm’s-length transaction, the sale price is presumed to be the true value of the property.  The opposing party … Continue reading
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Wildermuth to become Ohio State Bar Foundation Fellow

S&W is pleased to announce that Brian Wildermuth has been selected to be a Fellow of the Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF). The OSBF is the charitable affiliate of the Ohio State Bar Association.  The OSBF gives grants, addresses specific … Continue reading
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Special Education Law: Parental Requests for an IEP Meeting

By Anne Keeton and Drew Rudloff The student’s annual review is months away.  The IEP has been followed to the letter.  And, all of the data shows good educational progress.  Then, an unusual number of e-mails start filling your inbox … Continue reading
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Special Education Law: A Reminder about ODE-OEC Memo #2013-1 and the Ripples

By Andrew E. Rudloff Late last year, the Office for Exceptional Children (“OEC”) distributed ODE-OEC Memo #2013-1.  The OEC detailed an immediate change, explaining that an IEP for a student no longer meets the definition of prior written notice.  As … Continue reading
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Volunteers Welcome

S&W believes that attorneys are obligated to give back to the community. Throughout the year, we participate in numerous volunteer activities – some related to the law and some not. On Sunday, February 16th, Attorney Lauren Epperley made a meal for … Continue reading
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