May
1st 2017

Kyle Weigand Elected President of Northwest Ohio Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators

Kyle Weigand was elected President of the Northwest Ohio Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators ("ALA") for a two-year term commencing May 1, 2017... Read More

April
28th 2017

Labor & Lactation: Employer Requirements for Nursing Mothers

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has said, “Women will only have true equality when men share with them the responsibility of bringing up the next generation.” As involved as a father may be in childrearing, men will never face the logistical dilemmas of breastfeeding working mothers. Federal and some state laws impose requirements on employers to provide breaks and a space for nursing mothers to express milk. These measures that attempt to level the playing field for women benefit employers by allowing them to retain high quality employees who are also mothers. However, our current political landscape may alter the requirements that currently exist.... Read More

March
14th 2017

It’s Time to Think About Discovery

Since the 2015 amendments to Rules 26 and 34, numerous cases provided guidance that parties should be familiar with in order to: (i) understand the impact the amendments to Rule 26 have on the scope of discovery; and (ii) ensure they are complying with amended Rule 34. Parties that rely solely on pre-amendment cases, motions, arguments, or responses do so at their own peril.... Read More

May
1st 2017

Kyle Weigand Elected President of Northwest Ohio Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators

Kyle Weigand was elected President of the Northwest Ohio Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators ("ALA") for a two-year term commencing May 1, 2017... Read More

April
28th 2017

Labor & Lactation: Employer Requirements for Nursing Mothers

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has said, “Women will only have true equality when men share with them the responsibility of bringing up the next generation.” As involved as a father may be in childrearing, men will never face the logistical dilemmas of breastfeeding working mothers. Federal and some state laws impose requirements on employers to provide breaks and a space for nursing mothers to express milk. These measures that attempt to level the playing field for women benefit employers by allowing them to retain high quality employees who are also mothers. However, our current political landscape may alter the requirements that currently exist.... Read More

March
14th 2017

It’s Time to Think About Discovery

Since the 2015 amendments to Rules 26 and 34, numerous cases provided guidance that parties should be familiar with in order to: (i) understand the impact the amendments to Rule 26 have on the scope of discovery; and (ii) ensure they are complying with amended Rule 34. Parties that rely solely on pre-amendment cases, motions, arguments, or responses do so at their own peril.... Read More

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