Author Archives: Subashi & Wildermuth

About Subashi & Wildermuth

Erin Mullett joined Subashi & Wildermuth as the firm’s Office Administrator in 2004. She received both her Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science, summa cum laude, from Urbana University, where she was co-valedictorian of her graduating class.

Wills for Heroes

The Dayton Bar Association will offer free wills and other estate planning documents to area emergency personnel in Huber Heights on March 8, 2014.  They are still looking for additional attorney volunteers. Contact Tabitha Justice or Lauren Epperley at S&W … 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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Landlord Owes a Legal Duty to Tenant’s Guest

The Ohio Supreme Court recently concluded that a landlord owes the guests of a tenant the same dues that the landlord owes to the tenant.  Mann v. Northgate Investors, LLC. Back in 2007, a 16-year-old girl visited her friend who lived … Continue reading
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Insurance Law - Jurisdiction

Being sued is scary enough.  Being sued in another state, where you haven’t engaged in any conduct, and based solely on the actions of your insurance company is probably worse.  On February 13, 2014, in a 5-2 decision authored by Justice … Continue reading
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DBA – Civil Trial Committee

One of the great things about practicing law in Dayton, Ohio is the collegiality amongst the attorneys and judges.  This afternoon, the Civil Trial Committee for the Dayton Bar Association brought together plaintiff’s lawyers, defense lawyers, judges, and staff attorneys to … Continue reading
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Special Education Law – Tips on “Bet-the-District” Cases

By Andrew E. Rudloff, Esq. Disclaimer – This newsletter contains very general information about recent school law developments.  You should not rely upon it as an alternative to legal advice.  If you have specific legal questions or concerns, you should … Continue reading
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2013 Education Law Update: Year In Review

By Tabitha Justice, Esq. Disclaimer – This newsletter contains very general information about recent school law developments.  You should not rely upon it as an alternative to legal advice.  If you have specific legal questions or concerns, you should contact … Continue reading
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