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BMD an Early Adopter of the City of Columbus' "Pay Equity Pledge"

"Over 50% of the population in Franklin County are women, and in Central Ohio, one in four women are economically insecure. Those are just a few examples of why the Columbus Women’s Commission is focused on the issue of the gender pay gap and has launched The Columbus Commitment: Achieving Pay Equity." 

As part of the firm's commitment to diversity and equality, BMD has become an early adopter of the City of Columbus' "Pay Equity Pledge".  Daphne Kackloudis, a partner in our Columbus office, is one of the inaugural members of the Columbus Women's Commission and has been instrumental in helping to facilitate and find solutions for the issue of the pay equity issue. 

 

 

 

BMD welcomes Chelsea Niggel to Akron office

BMD is proud to announce that attorney Chelsea M. Niggel has joined the firm as associate in the firm's Akron office focusing her practice on healthcare, business and corporate matters and intellectual property.

Journey of an International Attorney in Columbus

Journey of an International Attorney in Columbus

Brandon Pauley Represents Residents in Proposed Mixed Use Development Zoning Matter in Columbus

A group of neighbors has organized in opposition to a proposed mixed-use development in Schumacher Place. Brandon Pauley represents the residents.

Eviction? Foreclosure? Akronites Seek Legal Help at Free Clinic

Housing issues dominated a legal clinic over the weekend in Akron's Middlebury neighborhood, with people seeking free help on how to handle everything from foreclosures to evictions. The clinic was organized by Community Legal Aid and included more than a dozen attorneys who volunteered their time to work with close to 70 people, mostly from Summit County.

Akron law firm, Legal Aid co-hosting free legal clinic

For the second year in a row, Brennan, Manna and Diamond LLC is partnering with Community Legal Aid to become a law firm on wheels for low-income Summit County residents.