By: F|G Marketing / Date: 05, March 2020
Flannery | Georgalis is excited to announce it has opened a third office in Charlotte, North Carolina. F|G Charlotte, like the Firm’s offices in Cleveland and Pittsburgh, focuses on handling sensitive matters and trial work, including complex criminal defense, corporate investigations, tax controversy, and anti-money laundering and Bank Secrecy Act matters. The team includes Perry Mastrocola, David Brown, and Jimmy Messer. They add significant depth to F|G's experienced team of former prosecutors and former law enforcement investigators.
By: F|G Marketing / Date: 03, March 2020
The application period is now open for Ohio licenses to cultivate and process hemp. Flannery | Georgalis has experience preparing and submitting applications for regulatory licenses in Ohio, including in the related field of medical marijuana. If you are considering throwing your business’s hat in the ring for an Ohio hemp license, we would be happy to discuss how our Firm could counsel your business on the state regulations and assist you in putting your best foot forward in an… Read more
By: F|G Marketing / Date: 02, March 2020
On February 22nd, Flannery | Georgalis lawyers Colin Callahan and Justin Withrow presented at the American College of Legal Medicine’s 2020 Annual meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona. Colin and Justin presented on Government enforcement trends affecting the dental practitioner focusing specifically on the increased use of data analytics by Government investigators to identify healthcare fraud. Colin and Justin regularly speak to dental organizations of all sizes regarding criminal, regulatory and licensure enforcement.
By: F|G Marketing / Date: 21, February 2020
The Ohio Facial Recognition Task Force was selected to advise the Ohio Attorney General ("AG") on how to use facial recognition software as an effective law enforcement tool while still maintaining and protecting privacy and civil liberties. Yesterday, the Task Force released 13 recommendations to the AG on the use of the software including auditing, access, accuracy and reliability, and monitoring. A few of the recommendations were as follows: - The Ohio Attorney General should appoint a Facial Recognition Advisory… Read more
By: F|G Marketing / Date: 19, February 2020
Flannery | Georgalis hosted a booth at the Baldwin Wallace Career & Internship Expo on Tuesday, February 18, 2020. The firm was represented by Mary Ann Kuilder, the Firm Administrator, and Ryan Bowers, an Analyst at the firm. The expo attracted nearly 100 companies and hundreds of students, many of which stopped by the F|G booth. The firm is excited by the vast representation of majors that came to discuss their career goals with us, and we look forward to… Read more
By: F|G Marketing / Date: 11, February 2020
Paul Flannery and Colin Callahan will speak on Compliance Enforcement from the Defense Perspective at the 2020 Healthcare Compliance Columbus Regional Conference on May 1st 2020. The one-day Regional Compliance Conference provides attendees with a forum to interact with local compliance professionals, share information about compliance successes and challenges, and create educational opportunities to strengthen the industry.
By: F|G Marketing / Date: 06, February 2020
Flannery | Georgalis is now licensed to represent individuals and businesses with sensitive matters in Michigan. On January 24th, Senior Associate Justin Withrow was sworn in as a member of the Michigan Bar by Macomb County Circuit Court Judge Rachel Rancilio. Justin and the rest of the firm are excited by the opportunity to provide sophisticated representation in complex criminal and civil matters in Michigan.
By: F|G Marketing / Date: 30, January 2020
On January 24th, The Department of Homeland Security ("DHS") released its Combatting Trafficking in Counterfeit and Pirated Goods Report. Counterfeit trafficking poses significant health, safety, and national security risks to individuals as well as the economy, and the report emphasizes the DHS’s commitment to implementing an effective plan to combat trafficking. It plans to increase inspections and seizures at U.S. ports of entry, increase scrutiny of Section 321 Environment, suspend and debar repeat offenders, and analyze enforcement resources, among others.… Read more
By: F|G Marketing / Date: 21, January 2020
Ed Fadel once again lead the Mayfield High School Mock Trial Team into competition this past Friday at the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas. His students worked tirelessly to perfect their craft under his leadership, beginning in September to prepare their case. This year, the case focuses on whether it is permissible for a school to restrict a student’s First Amendment right to free speech in relation to a gun rights rally. The Wildcats fared well bringing in four… Read more
By: F|G Marketing / Date: 17, January 2020
One of the essential questions in establishing a body of law around the area of genetic information privacy is whether information can be truly anonymous. Researchers were recently successful in identifying the surnames of male individuals who had contributed purportedly anonymous genetic information for research purposes. Thus, in developing a regime of genetic privacy rights, one’s right to be anonymous should not form a central part of that law unless and until additional research makes clear that anonymization is possible.… Read more