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Fox Rothschild LLP | USA | 17 Apr 2017

Animal care standards discussed at the National Institute for Animal Agriculture’s annual meeting

I recently reconnected with colleagues at the Annual Meeting of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture in Columbus, Ohio on April 6, 2017


Fox Rothschild LLP | USA | 6 Feb 2013

Working during meal break controversy continues: what employers should do

In December, I blogged about off-the-clock work in my post Unreported, Off-the-Clock Work. Off-the-clock work includes meal break time, and issues


Fox Rothschild LLP | USA | 4 Jan 2013

Are employers required to accommodate veganism?

Does an employer's obligation to accommodate employees' religious beliefs extend to veganism (i.e. the belief that it is immoral to consume or use animal


Fox Rothschild LLP | USA | 12 Jan 2012

More on the posting of allegedly racially offensive signs at a community pool

Many of you read the blog post about the Cincinnati, Ohio landlord who claimed an African American girl’s hair product “clouded” an apartment community swimming pool.


Fox Rothschild LLP | USA | 21 Dec 2011

Here is what can happen if management posts a racially offensive sign at a community pool

We here at the Fair Housing Defense blog write over and over that we know there are always two sides to every case and that both stories deserve to be heard.


Fox Rothschild LLP | USA | 24 Jan 2011

Solo doctor guilty of healthcare fraud and tax evasion

As proof that no fish is too small for the wide health care fraud nets being cast by government authorities, a Columbus, Ohio internist has pleaded guilty to health care fraud and tax evasion arising out of health care services billed out of his medical practice between 2005 and 2007.


Fox Rothschild LLP | USA | 26 Mar 2010

Design patent infringement - no experts please

There is some concern about a recent decision from the Southern District of Ohio in which the court, with little evidentiary analysis, relied on an expert opinion to bolster its own analysis that summary judgment should not be granted for the defendant because a jury could find infringement.

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