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Journey of an International Attorney in Columbus
April 22, 2019
Shweta Chaubey, Attorney, BMD's Columbus Office
BMD welcomes Chelsea Niggel to Akron office
May 20, 2019
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.
Brandon Pauley Represents Residents in Proposed Mixed Use Development Zoning Matter in Columbus
April 1, 2019
A group of neighbors has organized in opposition to a proposed mixed-use development in Schumacher Place. Brandon Pauley represents the residents.
This Week Community News, Gary Seman, Jr., March 29, 2019
Eviction? Foreclosure? Akronites Seek Legal Help at Free Clinic
March 25, 2019
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.
Kabir Bhatia, WKSU
Akron law firm, Legal Aid co-hosting free legal clinic
March 25, 2019
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.
Tracey Blair, Akron Legal News
The Massive Medicare Appeals Backlog is Significantly Harming Providers, What You Can Do To Stop It
March 20, 2019
Few occurrences in healthcare billing and coding will bring instant anxiety as receiving an overpayment demand from one of CMS’ contractors. We all know that we are lucky if we make it through the first two levels of appeal (Redetermination-Level 1 and Reconsideration-Level 2) with 100% success on all claims, even if every claim was billed correctly.
Bryan Meek, Esq.