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By Sara Jodka
When healthcare providers are subject to a bad review on Yelp! or similar customer-review websites and apps, it can be difficult to hold back and not provide a response or at least attempt to clarify the situation
By Scot C. Crow, Benton Bodamer, Terrence O'Donnell, William V. Vorys
On October 9, 2019, the Ohio Department of Agriculture (the "Department") released proposed statewide regulations for hemp cultivation and processing.
By Geoffrey A. Fields, Christina McDonald
Contracting parties sometimes agree to designate a third-party to make determinations relating to their agreement.
By Mark R. High
The automotive industry has a long history in North America. For example, Ford started making cars in the US in 1903.
By Aaron Burrell
On July 23, 2019, the Michigan Court of Appeals affirmed dismissal of an age-discrimination complaint against a bank where the bank's internal investigation revealed that the plaintiff violated its code-of-ethics policy.
By Jennifer Ko Craft
While driving down the I-15, shopping in Summerlin or even strolling the streets of downtown, it's obvious that the business of sports is alive and well in the city.
By Daniel Ujczo
Two key issues impact whether Speaker Pelosi will proceed with the vote.
By Aaron Burrell
In a decision designated for publication, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued an order reaffirming the "less burdensome" standard for "material adverse actions"
By Sara Jodka
The Department of Labor ("DOL") unveiled the final version of its overtime exemption rule (the "Rule"), which sets the annual salary threshold for exempt employees to qualify for the Fair Labor Standards Act's
By Sharae' Williams
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled on September 19, 2019 that U.S. District Courts may order individuals and entities within the United States ...
By Leonce A. Richard
I recently had lunch with a non-lawyer friend who, like me, has been married over 30 years (34 years for me; 31 for him).
By Madeline P. Fleisher
HB 247 remains in the House Public Utilities Committee, where it could receive hearings as early as the Fall of 2019. Below we summarize its major provisions.
By Sara Jodka
his is referred to as "overtime" pay.
By Sharae' Williams
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled on September 19, 2019 that U.S. District Courts may order individuals and entities within the United States to produce discovery requested for use in private arbitrations abroad.
By Thomas Hammerschmidt, Jr.
Many charities feared that the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) would have an adverse impact on charitable giving during 2018 and after.
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