Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP

Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP is a large law firm that traces its roots to 1846 in Ohio. With offices in Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Dayton, Ohio; Washington, D.C.; Naples, Florida; Chicago, Illinois; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Porter Wright provides strategic legal counsel to a worldwide base of clients.

Porter Wright partners with clients to help them take advantage of opportunities and achieve business goals. We’ve worked with clients that form the backbone of the U.S. economy — advising them as they’ve grown, helping them adjust to a globalized economy, and to evolve to meet new demands and seize opportunities. Not only do we help clients resolve legal challenges, we strive to be a trusted business advisor and steady ally.

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More states are working on comprehensive consumer privacy laws that could impact how companies share data, there have been more ransomware and supply chain attacks and there’s news of a messaging app used as a Trojan horse by the FBI.
Continue Reading New consumer privacy laws, big developments in ransomware attacks and the FBI’s Operation Trojan Shield

More states, including Ohio, are working on comprehensive consumer privacy laws that could impact how companies share data. In our August 2021 Privacy and Security Roundup, we cover the nuances in the various legislation, more ransomware and supply chain attacks
Continue Reading Privacy and Security Roundup: New consumer privacy laws, big developments in ransomware attacks and the FBI’s Operation Trojan Shield

The Colorado Supreme Court recently settled a debate among employers and employees: Are employers required to pay accrued but unused vacation pay to employees upon separation, even if the employer’s policy contains a forfeiture clause? In Nieto v. Clark’s Market
Continue Reading Colorado Supreme Court issues ruling regarding payment of accrued but unused vacation pay at separation

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently updated its Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Audit Techniques Guide (NQDC). It released Publication 5528 (NQDC guide) on June 1, 2021. The IRS last updated the NQDC Guide in 2015. Interestingly, the 2015 NQDC Guide was
Continue Reading IRS updates Nonqualified Plan Audit Technique Guide—Is a new enforcement initiative on the horizon?

Probably never before has there been introduced in Congress so many bills relating to antitrust.  At last count, over 25 different pieces of antitrust legislation have been introduced just this year, covering antitrust in general and distinct industries in particular,
Continue Reading New Brandeisians keep their promise: New antitrust legislation reflects movement in role of antitrust laws