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Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 14 Dec 2017

8th District Court of Appeals Allows City of Cleveland to Continue With Its Residency Requirements

Updating earlier blog postings on this topic, the Eighth District Court of Appeals followed earlier court rulings and prohibited the State from

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Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 1 Dec 2017

Ohio’s Statute of Repose Does Not Apply to Breach of Contract Claims

The Third District Court of Appeals (Seneca County) recently ruled that Ohio’s statute of repose (R.C. 2305.131) does not apply to breach of contract

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Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 1 Dec 2017

General Incorporation or “Flow-Down” Language Cannot Trump Specific Language of the Subcontract

In a case from New Mexico, CentexWorthgroup, LLC v. Worthgroup Architects, 365 P. 3d 37 (2015), the Court of Appeals wrestled with whether the prime

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Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 1 Dec 2017

Three Lessons Learned in 2017

As we wrap up another year of improved construction activity, it is time to reflect upon a few legal trends affecting the construction industry

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Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 1 Dec 2017

False Statements Can Generate Personal Liability

Many in the construction industry, and the practitioners serving it, do not appreciate that false statements made by an officer or employee of a

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Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 1 Dec 2017

Disputes with Counties Can Require Jurors from Neighboring Counties

Counties - like any other public authority - often encounter construction disputes. Some practitioners assume that the County will have a “home court”

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Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 21 Nov 2017

Certain Contract Indemnity Provisions are Unenforceable

It has become increasingly common for those in the construction industry to encounter indemnity provisions in their contracts. Indemnity provisions

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Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 10 Nov 2017

What You Need to Know About New Ohio Workers’ Compensation Legislation

Sub. H.B. 27, containing numerous Workers’ Compensation provisions, became fully effective on 9292017...

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Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 31 Oct 2017

Ohio Supreme Court to Consider What Makes for a Specific Reference

On September 18, 2017, Ohio’s Seventh District Court of Appeals granted a Motion to Certify a Conflict to the Ohio Supreme Court stemming from its

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Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 25 Oct 2017

Surety and Broker Face Liability for Principal’s Alleged Violations Under the False Claims Act

A United States District Court ruled that there are instances where a surety and its broker could face liability for its principal’s violation of the

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