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Thomas A. McCormack
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Thomas A. McCormack has practiced law in Northeast Ohio for more than thirty years. A member of the Family Law Section of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, he volunteers for the CMBA's 3Rs program in Cleveland high schools, and the Legal Aid Divorce Clinic. Fore more than seven years, he served as a trial magistrate in the Medina County Domestic Relations Court, where he heard thousands of cases involving parenting, property division, support and domestic violence issues, divorce and
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Cavitch Familo & Durkin
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Order of the Coif. Member, National Moot Court Team. Note Editor, Case Western Reserve Law Review, 1970-1971. Member, Adjunct Faculty, Real Estate Planning, Case Western Reserve Law School, 1985-1986.
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Thomas M. Cawley focuses his practice on the representation of privately-held businesses and their owners. He helps his clients in the purchase and sale of companies, formation of new entities, corporate governance, shareholder disputes, contract negotiations, and all types of legal matters that arise in connection with the operation of a business. Tom also devotes a significant portion of his practice to employee benefits, including qualified plans, stock option programs, employment contracts,
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Harold O. (“Hal”) Maxfield, Jr. is a shareholder and member of the Board of Directors. Hal has 25 years experience in all aspects of corporate and real estate business practices. Hal’s corporate experience includes contract negotiation and preparation, tax planning, mergers, acquisitions, and related transactions. He represents public and privately-held companies, individuals, and numerous non-profit organizations on a wide variety of legal issues, which include choice of entity, financing, ven
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Stephen E. Pigott’s diverse business practice focuses on general corporate and business matters, succession planning, partnerships and limited liability company law, and issues related to nonprofit organizations. Steve also has extensive experience with corporate and personal tax law. In addition to assisting clients with tax planning, he has years of experience with tax controversy and has represented many clients under audit, at Internal Revenue Service appeals, and in Tax Court. Steve often
After adjudication, the likelihood of out-of-home placement in 2008 was greater for black youth (32%) and American Indian youth (31%) than for white (26%) or Asian youth (25%).
National Center for Juvenile Justice
For person, property and public order offense cases, the proportion of cases adjudicated delinquent that resulting in out-of-home placement was smaller in 2008 than in 1985 for all races.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
For adjudicated person offense cases involving American Indian youth, the likelihood of out-of-home placement decreased 14 percentage points from 49% in 1985 to 35% in 2008; the decrease was less for black youth (from 36% to 34%), white youth (from 33% to 29%), and Asian youth (from 36% to 31%).
National Center for Juvenile Justice
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