Most people in this area remember the former Middletown Regional Hospital that was located off Central Avenue in Middletown, Ohio. The hospital was moved in 2007 near I-75 and became Atrium Medical Center. The former hospital building was demolished and converted into vacant land totaling approximately 19 acres. A two story, brick office building remained on the property comprising approximately 20,000 square feet.
Dustin Hurley has been selected to Ohio Super Lawyers, Rising Stars for 2016 in the area of corporate/business law.
The American Society of Legal Advocates has included attorney Dustin Hurley among its list of Top 40 litigation lawyers in Ohio under the age of 40 for 2016. Mr. Hurley has previously received this award in 2015 and 2014. This exclusive award is offered to only the top 1.5% of attorneys. You can learn more about the nomination process here .
Hurley Law served as counsel to Buyer and the closing agent for a $1.3 million purchase of a commercial property located in Middletown, Ohio. The transaction was a Section 1031 Exchange for the Buyer. This transaction is expected to be among the largest real estate transactions in the City of Middletown in 2015.
Dustin Hurley, a small business attorney located in Middletown, Ohio, has received the 2014 Clients' Choice Award from Avvo. This award recognizes a small number of attorneys who have the highest level of client satisfaction based on client reviews. You can view Mr. Hurley's full Avvo profile here.
Attorney Dustin Hurley was again selected by the American Society of Legal Advocates as one of the top 40 litigation attorneys in Ohio under the age of 40. ASLA's exclusive membership includes less than 1.5% of attorneys nationwide. Members must be identified by their peers as being the most skilled in their practice.
A landmark restaurant located in Middletown, Ohio since the 1930's closed its doors and listed the business for sale. Attorney Dustin Hurley represented the restaurant owners in the transaction involving the sale of real estate, restaurant fixtures and equipment, and the brand name. The new owners have since re-opened the restaurant and our firm wishes them wild success.
The owners of a long standing Middletown, Ohio based machine tool business decided it was time to retire. Their son, a long time employee, and his wife retained Hurley Law to represent them in purchasing the business from their parents. Our firm formed a new closely held S-Corp. and drafted all the necessary agreements to purchase all the assets from the existing corporation. We also helped our clients secure a blend of SBA financing and seller financing.