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Reese Pyle Meyer PLL Welcomes Nathaniel Hurst

Newark, Ohio (April 26, 2019) – Reese Pyle Meyer PLL is pleased to announce that Nathaniel H. Hurst has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Mr. Hurst is a lifelong resident of Licking County, Ohio. He graduated from Capital University Law School and was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 2014 and the U.S. District […]

Meyer, Heckman and Stickradt recognized by Super Lawyers

          Reese Pyle Meyer is pleased to announce that three attorneys were recognized in the 2019 edition of Ohio Super Lawyers. Christopher R. Meyer – Top Rated Personal Injury – Medical Malpractice, Super Lawyer 2012-2014, 2017-2019 Lee D. Heckman – Top Rated Estate Planning and Probate, Rising Star 2015-2019 Bethany A. […]

The Loss of a Legend, Remembering J. Gilbert Reese

On November 20th, 2018 the firm’s founder, J. Gilbert Reese, passed away at 93 years old. Mr. Reese was the  driving force in the development of the firm we now call Reese Pyle Meyer PLL. His legacy as both a philanthropist and an attorney has left a mark on Licking County for future generations to […]

Chris Meyer honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

On behalf of the firm, we would like to congratulate Chris Meyer on receiving the Licking Memorial Health Systems 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award. Mr. Meyer was honored by the Community Relations Committee of the Licking Memorial Hospital Development Council on November 3rd at the Lifetime Achievement Reception. We celebrated his achievement in the office with a party […]

Aretha Franklin Showed No R-E-S-P-E-C-T for Estate Planning

Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, died in August with a reported net worth of approximately $80 million. Amazingly, she left no Will or Trust. So what does this mean for her, and what lessons can we learn? For her, it means that she has given up an incredible amount of control over the process […]

The “Joint Employer” According to the NLRB

The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) is an independent federal agency tasked with governing private-sector labor relations, primarily by enforcing the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”).  The NLRA grants and limits employees’ rights to engage in collective bargaining, and proscribes covered employers and unions from engaging in “unfair labor practices.”  In other words, […]


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