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Ohio Supreme Court rules that a psychiatric condition must “arise from” a claimant’s physical injuries in order to be compensable under Ohio workers’ compensation law
  • Roetzel & Andress
  • USA
  • June 5 2013

On June 4, 2013, the Ohio Supreme Court issued its decision in Armstrong v. Jurgenson, Slip Opinion No. 2013-Ohio-2237. As previously published in


Ohio Supreme Court to rule on definition of a compensable psychiatric condition under Ohio workers’ compensation law
  • Roetzel & Andress
  • USA
  • May 20 2013

Armstrong v. Jurgenson, Case No. 2012-0244, is currently pending before the Ohio Supreme Court. Oral argument was held January 23, 2013. The case


Employers beware an award of attorney fees and costs to a successful workers’ compensation appellant is not dependent on how many claimed conditions are approveddenied
  • Roetzel & Andress
  • USA
  • January 30 2013

Late last year, in Holmes v. Crawford Machine, Inc., Slip Opinion No. 2012-Ohio-5380, the Ohio Supreme Court held that R.C. 4123.512(F) entitles a


Employee noncompete agreements transfer to the surviving company after a merger
  • Roetzel & Andress
  • USA
  • November 15 2012

In a recent decision, the Ohio Supreme Court reconsidered and reversed its earlier ruling addressing whether or not a post-merger successor company “stands in the shoes” of the original company with respect to enforcing employee noncompete agreements.