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New Evidence Limited in Administrative Appeal

Published: Jul 11, 2017

The Court of Appeals for Cuyahoga County has denied a company from adding new evidence in its appeal of the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities’ revocation of its certificate to provide non-medical transportation services to individuals. The Department cited the provider company in 2012 and…


How Legislation Affects Small Project School Funding

Published: Jun 27, 2017

Legislation creating the School Facilities Option Program passed the Senate unanimously, and is reported out of House Education Committee favorably. As some schools do not qualify for the primary funding of the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission for a larger facilities project, sponsor Senator Randy Gardner…


Does Ohio Administrative Code 4723-16-07 (C) Violate Due Process?

Published: Jun 19, 2017

Nurses working their way through the Ohio Board of Nursing’s hearing process should be aware of Ohio Administrative Code 4723-16-07 (C), which the Board can apply in a manner that arguably deprives nurses of due process.  The nursing license defense attorneys at Graff & McGovern…


Legislation: Workers’ Compensation Overhaul

Published: Jun 13, 2017

House Bill 269 if passed would change the name of the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation to the Office of Worker Safety and Rehabilitation. State Representative Mike Henne (R, Clayton) claims the Bill as introduced would overhaul the system while remaining neutral in affecting worker…


Will Medical Marijuana Help The Opioid Crisis In Ohio?

Published: Jun 09, 2017

Amol Soin, M.D., President of the State Medical Board of Ohio and member of the Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee, sees medical marijuana assisting the fight against Ohio’s opioid crisis On March 30, 2017, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Governor John Kasich stated he didn’t…


Equine Boarding and Training: Protect Yourself!

Published: Jun 07, 2017

You take care of someone else’s horses.  Maybe they are boarded on your farm.  Maybe you train them.  The owner stops paying you.  What can you do?  This occurs all-to-often and the best way to protect yourself depends on your specific situation. Any person who…


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…