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Initial Claim Does Not Limit Damages for Construction Delay

Published: May 31, 2017

A Court of Appeals ruled that a contractor may recover proven damages, even though the initial claim was for less than the court ultimately awarded. An electrical contractor experienced impact damages when the general contractor repeatedly missed deadlines for temporary building enclosure. The electrical contractor…

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Electric Separation Statute Enforced

Published: May 31, 2017

In a precedent-setting decision, the Ohio Supreme Court held that the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio failed to enforce Ohio’s Corporate Separation Plan Statute by allowing a utility to offer non-utility electrical services in a competitive market. A provider of competitive retail electric service challenged…

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Fanduel WANTS Fantasy Sports Regulated in Ohio!

Published: May 25, 2017

Fanduel sent me an e-mail the other night. They want me to “tell Ohio lawmakers that Ohioans support fantasy sports.”  They even had a link for me to click on, “a simple tool to contact my legislators.”  Fanduel does not want to see fantasy sports…

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What are the New Pharmacy Technician Registration Requirements in Ohio?

Published: May 25, 2017

In Ohio, pharmacy technicians must be well trained. They complete extensive coursework, practice a range of duties, and learn about the complexities of psychopharmacology. Some even obtain certification through a nine or 12-month course. While the requirements for this career path can be intensive, there…

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How Ohio Nurses Facing Disciplinary Charges Should Address the Board

Published: May 19, 2017

The nursing license defense attorneys at Graff & McGovern have represented hundreds of nurses in helping them through the Ohio Board of Nursing’s hearing process.  In doing so, our attorneys are always learning of different ways in which nurses without legal counsel, nurses with inexperienced…

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Defaulting Contractor Entitled to Quantum Meruit

Published: May 16, 2017

Defaulting Contractor Entitled to Quantum Meruit The Trumbull County Court of Appeals has found that a defaulting contractor still may collect the net value of work installed, under the equitable doctrine of quantum meruit. In the case, a homeowner terminated the construction contractor’s work “after…

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Are You Interested in the New Federal Projects in Ohio?

Published: May 02, 2017

Federal agencies in Ohio announced several new construction projects specifically with prime contracts for the specialty trades. The federal government is seeking contractors for the following projects: Solar Panel Installation, Federal facilities in Monclova and Whitehall, Ohio, $1 to $5 million. Chiller replacement in VA…

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