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Employees in Ohio are generally employed at the will of their employer, unless they have a contract that states otherwise. But the Ohio Supr…Read More
On September 8, 2018, when Ohio residents with a prescription can legally purchase medical marijuana from state-licensed dispensaries, emplo…Read More
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), when an employee requests an accommodation, employers are required to engage in an …Read More
In a previous post, we announced that Christmas came early for employers in 2017 after landmark decisions eradicated Obama-era rules enuncia…Read More
Over the last several months, we’ve been highlighting the ongoing debate between the federal circuits over whether Title VII of the Ci…Read More
Unfortunately, I spoke too soon back in December when I wrote about the National Labor Relations Board’s decision to overrule the Obam…Read More
On Monday, February 26, 2018, the 2nd Circuit became the second federal appeals court in the country to hold that Title VII of the Civil Rig…Read More
General Counsel of publicly-traded corporations have two masters: their companies (their clients) and the SEC. So what happens when you, as …Read More
Author’s Note: On February 26, 2018, the NLRB vacated its decision in Hy-Brand Industrial Contractors, Ltd. Please refer to the post d…Read More
Following the passage of Ohio’s Fair Hiring Act, which became effective in 2016, public employers in Ohio are prohibited from asking a…Read More