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Ogletree Deakins | USA | 21 Feb 2019

Is Telecommuting a Reasonable Accommodation in Ohio?

In the recently issued decision in McDaniel v. Wilkie, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio considered whether telecommuting


Sebaly Shillito + Dyer, A Legal Professional Association | USA | 20 Nov 2018

The Miller Criteria: A 3 Step Test for Reimbursement

If you deal with workers’ compensation in Ohio, you need to know about the “Miller Criteria.” The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (“BWC”) takes


Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter | USA | 27 Jun 2017

Commission Finding of Abatement of Substantially Aggravated Condition Goes to Claimant’s “Extent of Disability”

Senate Bill 7, which became effective in 2006, required that for a pre-existing condition to be recognized in a claim by way of aggravation, a


Thompson Hine LLP | USA | 20 Apr 2017

What if? Ohio board issues succession-planning guide for lawyers

What if you suddenly became disabled and couldn’t handle your law practice? Or, if you were to die, who would deal with your pending matters? Who has


Barnes & Thornburg LLP | USA | 15 Dec 2016

Ohio Employers May Soon See Employees Packing Heat in Their Cars

Ohio employees with concealed carry licenses may soon be legally allowed to bring firearms onto their employers’ property. Currently, Ohio law allows


Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronoff LLP | USA | 3 Jun 2016

Drug-Testing Dilemma: How Ohio’s Forthcoming Medical Marijuana Law and a New OSHA Rule Combine to Make Headache for Employers

With the Ohio Senate’s passage of House Bill 523 on May 25, 2016, Ohio is poised to become the nation’s 25th state to legalize medicinal marijuana


Dinsmore & Shohl LLP | USA | 25 Feb 2016

What Every Ohio Employer Should Know About Light Duty Job Offers

Having an employee on disability due to a work-related injury can be a very costly and troublesome part of a workers’ compensation claim. A light duty


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 22 Feb 2016

Court Finds No FMLA Violation, Disability Discrimination Where Hospital Terminates Nurse with Migraine Who Slept While On Duty

A federal court in Ohio has dismissed Family and Medical Leave Act and disability discrimination claims filed by a nurse who was caught sleeping


Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC | USA | 20 Jan 2016

Disabled girl fights to keep miniature horse as a "service horse" at a city home

Can a disabled teenager keep a miniature horse in an urban location as a “service horse”? That was the issue in an interesting lawsuit that was


Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 19 Apr 2015

Quitting employment for personal reasons precludes temporary total disability compensation

In State ex rel. Hildebrand v. Wingate Transp., Inc., the Ohio Supreme Court recently ruled that an employee who quit his job for reasons unrelated

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