Legal News

Legal Updates on Employer Confidentiality Rules During Workplace Investigations: Protecting Employees and Employers On December 16, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”), in Apogee Retail LLC d/b/a Unique Thrift Store (“Apogee”), held that employer rules that require employees to maintain confidentiality during workplace...

Read MoreRead More

The Fifth Appellate District Affirms the Implied Duty to Act in Good Faith in Contract Matters It is well established in Ohio that “public policy dictates that every contract contains an implied duty for the parties to act in good faith and to deal fairly with each other.”  Gator...

Read MoreRead More

Subcontractor Dispute Highlights the Significance of Accurate Verbiage in a Construction Contract Between Two Subcontractors. For clients engaged in the construction field, the use of “pay-when-paid” and “pay-if-paid” provisions in construction contract documents is likely a common occurrence.  However, a recent decision from the Summit County...

Read MoreRead More

Ohio Attorney General, Dave Yost, recently announced the office’s agreement with twelve phone service providers to adopt anti-robocall procedures as part of a statewide initiative to combat this increasing issue. This agreement is part of a larger, nationwide response to illegal robocall activity. In his...

Read MoreRead More