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New OSHA reporting requirements come with a catch?

USA - March 10 2015 Most employers are aware of the new Federal OSHA reporting requirements for certain injuries effective January 1st. While previously employers were...

William L. S. Ross, Ronald M. McMillan.

Ohio Supreme Court limits workers’ compensation psychological allowances

USA - July 30 2013 Last month, the Supreme Court of Ohio limited psychological (and psychiatric) allowances in workers' compensation claims to mental conditions that...

Christopher M. Ward, William L. S. Ross.

Senate passes budget bill; conference committee to begin deliberations

USA - June 14 2013 The Senate passed its version of the biennial budget bill - House Bill 59 - on Thursday, June 6, after considering a raft of amendments and hours of...

Ohio . . . once again “the heart of it all”

USA - May 17 2013 Who would have dreamed that when the first commercial well was drilled in Ohio in 1860, that 150 years later Ohio would once again become "The Heart...

Donald P. Fischbach.

JobsOhio and liquor transfer move forward

USA - February 8 2012 JobsOhio, the state’s private enterprise for economic development, took a step forward last month as officials moved to transfer the state’s liquor enterprise and sign over economic development functions to the entity....