MK to Offer Seminar Detailing Ohio's New Fast Track Foreclosure Law

The half day program led by Michael Stultz, partner with the Meyer & Kerschner law firm, will provide all you need to know about Ohio’s new foreclosure law and how to update your financial institution’s practices to take advantage of… Read More
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Ohio’s Lenders Score Major Win in Secured Transactions: A Review of Recent Appellate and Ohio Supreme Court Authority

Authority is the engine of effective business lending. Without it, businesses are powerless to act. They cannot borrow, offer collateral, or even sign loan documents. So how do inanimate, formless businesses borrow money? They do so through people—… Read More
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Karl Kerschner to Lead 2nd Annual OBL Senior Lender Forum

The 2016 OBL Senior Lender Forum for Community Bankers will again offer an ongoing platform for senior lenders to discuss relevant topics and exchange ideas relating to the lending functions within their organizations. The forum, which will be facili… Read More
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Preserving Creditors’ Rights in Tax-Foreclosure Sales: A Review of Recent Ohio Supreme Court Authority

Mortgage loans are the lifeblood of lending in Ohio. They provide relatively safe, steady income to financial institutions while offering borrowers ready access to one of life’s necessities. But mortgage lending is not without its complexities—we… Read More
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Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: Solidifying Loan Participation Relationships In Light of Recent Federal Case Authority

Loan participation between Ohio’s community banks is a powerful tool. It can open access to new, large-scale markets while significantly distributing risk for those involved. Through participations, Ohio’s community banks can further compete with… Read More
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Return of the Performing Mortgage Debt After Judgment: Complying With the Ohio Supreme Court’s Recent Authority to Resolve Troubled Assets in Litigation

Foreclosures are tricky things. Probably in no other area of litigation do the plaintiff and defendant both wish there were another way. Many forces compel us to seek alternatives, both before and during the lawsuit: our own financial concerns, gover… Read More
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Discharging Credit Cards in Bankruptcy: Not Always a Sure Thing

Of all the debts discharged in bankruptcy, credit card debt may sting the most. According to the Department of Justice, some $20 billion in credit card debt is discharged annually in chapter 7 bankruptcy cases alone.i This is because credit cards are… Read More
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Sailing Into a Safe Harbor: Ohio’s Courts Uphold Protections For Financial Institutions When Responding to Certain Account Garnishments

We all know that checking and other account garnishments can be a source of frustration when they don’t work. And no one wants to be left empty-handed knowing that funds exist to collect. In those cases, we’re not without options: we may ask a co… Read More
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M&K Provides Garnishment Program to Ohio Bankers League via Webinar

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LOCAL ATTORNEY APPOINTED TO THE ASSOCIATION OF OHIO COMMODORES

Attorney Karl C. Kerschner was inducted into the Association of Ohio Commodores on Thursday, January 17, 2013. The Association of Ohio Commodores held a Cabinet Luncheon in Columbus, Ohio at The Athletic Club. Karl was sponsored for induction by Kare… Read More
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