Gallagher Sharp

The firm primarily practiced in the areas of corporate law, tax, and bankruptcy, and was actively involved in the bankruptcy litigation arising from the collapse of the Van Sweringen empire. The firm also represented Cyrus Eaton (Eaton Co.) and William Daly (Otis & Co., and a principal owner of the Cleveland Indians) in tax litigation in connection with the development of Steep Rock Iron Mines in Ontario, Canada. In the 1960's, after the deaths and retirements of the firm's founding members, Frank Cull, and under his tutelage, Michael Gallagher, Clarence Mollison, Burt Fulton, Forrest Norman ...


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