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Cleveland Jewish News
Consulting attorney early can be key in domestic violence case
June 17, 2022

Cleveland Jewish News
Custody cases deserve attention of attorney
April 22, 2022

Cleveland Jewish News
International case involving ‘get’ reaches Supreme Court
March 16, 2022

Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal
Women in Law
April 2020

Cleveland Jewish News
Supreme Court hears international residence case
December 13, 2019

The Spectrum, WCMH-TV NBC 4 – Video
Zashin & Rich International Child Custody Case to US Supreme Court
December 10, 2019

ABC 13 TV – Video
Supreme Court to hear international custody case involving Ohio mother
December 10, 2019
U.S. Supreme Court to hear international child custody dispute from Cleveland area
December 10, 2019

Case Western Reserve University School of Law
U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments in case briefed by CWRU law school faculty
December 9, 2019

Cleveland Jewish News
International residence case moves to US Supreme Court
June 21, 2019

Hollywood Life
Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson’s Custody Case Could Get ‘Very Messy’: Lawyer Explains
February 27, 2019

2018 Ohio Super Lawyers
Cleveland family law attorney Andrew Zashin gets a 6th Circuit ruling that brings consistency to cases involving vulnerable children
November 8, 2018

Your Teen for Parents: Guide to Parenting through Divorce
Advocating for Yourself During a Divorce: 3 Tips from a Divorce Attorney
October 2018

Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Adjunct Professors Zashin, Keating and Reynolds take on path-breaking Hague Convention Case
June 21, 2018

2018 Ohio Super Lawyers
Family law attorney Andrew Zashin asks the 6th Circuit to bring consistency to cases involving vulnerable children
June 19, 2018

Cleveland Jewish News
Landmark international residence case could impact those making aliyah
June 14, 2018

WJR Detroit – Audio Interview
Attorney Andrew Zashin chats with Guy Gordon to discuss the new Illinois law for dogs when parents are getting a divorce.
January 2, 2018

Cleveland Jewish News
Surrogacy, child custody laws develop as cases arise
November 21, 2017

Smart Business Cleveland
2017 Smart Business Family Business Achievement Awards
September 2017

Crain's Cleveland Business
Ohio Employers Confront Marijuana Use
July 22, 2017

Lake View Cemetery Heritage ReView
Trustee Spotlight: Andrew Zashin
Spring 2017

Sports Illustrated
Lane Johnson's Bold Move To Sue His Own Union Is Rare, But Not Unprecedented
January 11, 2017

Packers Player Drops NFL Drug Suspension Dispute
December 19, 2016

Sports Business Daily
NFL, NFLPA Appoint Das As Third Arbitrator In Michael Pennel Lawsuit
December 5, 2016

Sports Business Journal
Eagles Lineman Challenges NFL and NFLPA in NLRB Filings
December 5, 2016

Eagles Lineman Says Suspension Violates Federal Labor Law
November 29, 2016

The Business of Sports with Andrew Brandt
RTAB #30: Lane Johnson's Legal Team (Audio Interview)
November 29, 2016

Cleveland Jewish News
Ohio Woman Receives Orthodox Divorce Decree
January 14, 2016

BNA's Health Law Reporter
Surprise! The NLRB Says You Just Might Be a 'Joint Employer'
September 24, 2015

BNA's Health Law Reporter
NLRB Adopts New Joint Employer Standard; Ruling Could Affect Health-Care Industry
September 3, 2015

BNA's Health Law Reporter
Challenge to NLRB Election Rule Fails; Employers Urged to Prepare New Game Plan
June 11, 2015

American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law
Member Spotlight: George S. Crisci
April 13, 2015

The Plain Dealer
Attorney Goes To Bat for Northeast Ohio
January 18, 2015

Cleveland Jewish News
Profile on Andrew Zashin
January 15, 2015

"Here and Now" National NPR Show - Audio Interview
In A Divorce, Who Gets To Keep The Dog?
December 4, 2014

Crain's - Article and Video
Zashin & Rich embraces Cleveland roots and rock 'n' roll heritage
November 16, 2014

BNA's Health Law Reporter
Justices Reject NLRB Recess Appointments; Significant Health Care Decisions in Limbo
July 10, 2014

BNA's Health Law Reporter
The EEOC and FTC Turn Up the Heat on Employer Background Checks
April 2014

Zashin & Rich move marks big milestone
for E&Y Tower
November 2013
Zashin & Rich law firm leases last full floor of Ernst & Young Tower at Flats East Bank project
November 2013

Associated Press
US Claims Father Illegally Moved Kids to Gaza
May 2012

2012 Ohio Super Lawyers
Mentors | Andrew Zashin: Reminiscing About Robert Zashin
January 2012

CCH Employment Law Daily
NLRB NEWS - Controversy Erupts Over NLRB Recess Appointments
January 2012

Huff Post
Divorce's Impact On Small Businesses Can Be 'Immense'
October 2011

The Today Show - Video
Accused Facebook bigamist heads to court
September 2010

Facebook Busts Accused Bigamist - Woman Finds Her Prince Charming Has Married Another
July 2010

WKYC - Article and Video
Cleveland woman discovers husband's 'other' wife via Facebook
July 2010

Cleveland Jewish News
New custody center in Israel is Zashin’s passion
January 1, 2010

Worth Magazine
Top 100 Attorneys 2007
Andrew Zashin

Inside Business Magazine
Connecting Through Separation
Profile on Andrew Zashin
December 2007

Cleveland Jewish News
Valuing and dividing assets at the time of divorce
By Andrew Zashin, Esq.
February 2007

Case School of Law: In Brief
Plugged into Family, the Law, and Cleveland
Alumni Spotlight on Andrew Zashin
Spring 2005

Cleveland Magazine
The Divorcing Woman’s Best Friend
Feature Article Profiling Andrew Zashin
November 2004

Companies should consider coverage against employee-related claims
By Stephen Zashin | July 2004

ADR programs can save dollars and time
By Stephen Zashin | November 2003

COSE Update: Legal Ease
One Size Does Not Fit All
(Employment Practices Liability Insurance)
By Stephen Zashin

COSE Update: Legal Ease
Noncompete Agreements
By Michele Jakubs

COSE Update: Legal Ease
Ohio's 'Baby COBRA' Law
By Helena Oroz


Zashin & Rich move marks big milestone for E&Y Tower

Cleveland law firm will occupy the last full floor available at building in Flats

November 11, 2013 | By Stan Bullard

Cleveland law firm Zashin & Rich Co. has leased the last full floor available at Ernst & Young Tower in the Flats East Bank Neighborhood.

Zashin & Rich, which focuses on representing employers in workplace law and individuals in family law, will hike the size of its offices by 50% when it moves next June to the fourth floor of the office building on Main Avenue in downtown Cleveland.

The firm will exit a 14,000-square-foot office at 55 Public Square for the new, 21,000-square-foot office because its 25 lawyers and 20 staffers had long ago "overwhelmed" the available space, said Stephen Zashin, co-managing partner and head of the firm's employment and labor practice group.

Mr. Zashin said the expanded office space will ensure the firm has room to continue its growth for some time — accommodating at least another 14 lawyers — and will give it a chance to embrace a more effective office layout and new technology.

The new office will have eight conference rooms compared with four in the current space, and the firm will shed the last remnant of its law library with the move, Mr. Zashin said. The added conference rooms are needed for client meetings because offices of individual Zashin & Rich attorneys will not have doors, he said, which gives the space a variation on popular open-office designs.

Moving from 55 Public Square, which many firms prize because of its proximity to the Cuyahoga County Justice Center and federal courts, was not an issue because so much of the firm's practice takes it to locations around the country. It could have moved to the suburbs but decided to stay downtown because "we're a Cleveland firm," Mr. Zashin said.

However, Mr. Zashin said the move to the Flats from Public Square is a plus in terms of parking. He said the firm will not miss increased rates for parking and competition for parking spaces since the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland opened.

"Parking is a challenge there now," Mr. Zashin said of its current space, and the new office will be more accessible for clients and offer more visibility for the firm.

The firm's workplace and employment practice represents clients from publicly traded national corporations to small businesses in matters ranging from discrimination and harassment complaints to workers' compensation. The firm's domestic relations practice — which includes divorce representation for high net-worth individuals — is headed by Mr. Zashin's brother, Andrew, and the two co-manage the firm.

The lease is a milestone for Ernst & Young Tower, which opened last spring.

Adam Fishman, a principal at Fairmount Properties, which co-developed Flats East Bank with Wolstein Group, said in a news release that the lease takes the building's last full floor of available space. With it, the 23-story building is 91% leased, he said.

Stephen Zashin declined to disclose how much the firm's rent will be.

From our perspective, it's more about fit and opportunity," he said. "You want to be in a building with marquee tenants, and that's where we will be.

Cleveland-based Vocon will design the office with a "Cleveland-centric" theme to support local businesses and the city rather than hire one of the out-of-town architects it interviewed, Mr. Zashin said.

Zashin & Rich has grown from six lawyers when it expanded its practice to include employment law in 1996, Mr. Zashin said. It also has two lawyers in a Columbus office it opened in 1998.