March
19th 2018

Business Litigation and Insurance Recovery Attorney Nicholas J. Kopcho Joins TRZ Law

Thacker Robinson Zinz LPA is pleased to welcome business litigator Nicholas J. Kopcho as an Associate in the Cleveland office.... Read More

March
13th 2018

Is Advice You Seek from Brokers Protected?

When they have questions about insurance claims, a policyholder’s first instinct is often to ask their insurance broker for advice. Is this going to be covered? Why or why not? What amount, if any, will I have to pay out-of-pocket? The broker’s specialized knowledge about the policyholder’s claim history and insurance program make them a valuable resource.... Read More

February
16th 2018

Choice of Law in Ohio: Two Steps Routinely Missed

Ohio is among the sizeable minority of states that refer to the Restatement (Second) Conflict of Laws for at least some of their choice-of-law rules. Ohio has gone further than other states, however, in the extent to which it accredits the Restatement (Second) of Conflicts. The Ohio Supreme Court some time ago announced and, later, separately reaffirmed that the Restatement (Second) applies “in its entirety” to all conflict-of-law questions in civil cases.... Read More

March
19th 2018

Business Litigation and Insurance Recovery Attorney Nicholas J. Kopcho Joins TRZ Law

Thacker Robinson Zinz LPA is pleased to welcome business litigator Nicholas J. Kopcho as an Associate in the Cleveland office.... Read More

March
13th 2018

Is Advice You Seek from Brokers Protected?

When they have questions about insurance claims, a policyholder’s first instinct is often to ask their insurance broker for advice. Is this going to be covered? Why or why not? What amount, if any, will I have to pay out-of-pocket? The broker’s specialized knowledge about the policyholder’s claim history and insurance program make them a valuable resource.... Read More

February
16th 2018

Choice of Law in Ohio: Two Steps Routinely Missed

Ohio is among the sizeable minority of states that refer to the Restatement (Second) Conflict of Laws for at least some of their choice-of-law rules. Ohio has gone further than other states, however, in the extent to which it accredits the Restatement (Second) of Conflicts. The Ohio Supreme Court some time ago announced and, later, separately reaffirmed that the Restatement (Second) applies “in its entirety” to all conflict-of-law questions in civil cases.... Read More

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