Bookmark this page on your mobile

QR Code image

What is this?

Daily Court Reporter - News Court: Unions do not by default represent former members

 

Court: Unions do not by default represent former members

JESSICA SHAMBAUGH, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

A federal appellate panel recently ruled that retired former union members are not bound by a decision in an action involving their former employer and union regarding their retirement benefits.

This article is restricted per publishing limits. Soon we will offer the ability to buy the ability to read this content.

Date Published: November 14, 2012

 

Copyright © 2012 The Daily Reporter - All Rights Reserved

 

WSU Raiders announce nonleague basketball schedule

The 2016-17 Wright State men’s basketball home schedule will include a few familiar faces and a few new faces as the Raiders will host a Thanksgiving weekend invitational that includes three post-season teams as well as other home match ups with local foes Miami (OH) and Toledo. The strong road slate includes Southern Illinois, Kent State, Loyola (IL), Murray State, Georgia State and Penn State of the Big Ten.

Dayton Professor named visiting scholar for the SEC

University of Dayton finance professor Fukuo Albert Wang has been named a visiting scholar for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in Washington, D.C.

New brain imaging program offered as Sinclair’s fall semester begins

Sinclair College began its regular fall term on Monday, August 22, 2016 with numerous new programs available to students that will lead to filling in-demand jobs in the Dayton Region. Overall fall enrollment is projected to match last fall, with many more students enrolling in the 2nd and 3rd special fall terms starting in mid-September and mid-October respectively. Overall, Sinclair is on track to enroll at least 28,000 unduplicated individuals in college credit programs between summer, this current fall, and the end of the school year next spring.

University of Dayton offers course for tech savvy lawyers

Newly minted lawyers are facing 21st Century practices that include virtual law firms and court rooms as well as automated case management, document assembly and document review, so the University of Dayton School of Law is responding with what is believed to be the nation's first technology competencies credential.

Flyers football completes big weekend with scrimmage, media day

With 10 days of preseason camp in the books, the University of Dayton football team used last weekend to change gears, holding the Flyers' big preseason scrimmage on Saturday night and the team's annual Media Day on Sunday.

Five indicted for selling heroin or fentanyl that caused overdoses

Five Lorain County men were indicted in federal court for selling heroin and/or fentanyl that resulted in overdoses.

Bill would make electronic records official records

A pair of Ohio lawmakers recently took up one of the causes of the Uniform Law Commission by introducing legislation that would authenticate electronic legal material, preserve it and make it permanently available to the public.

Man convicted of murder as a juvenile loses appeal

In a per curiam opinion issued by the 11th District Court of Appeals, a three-judge panel held that a man convicted of murder as a juvenile in 1987 was properly bound over to a common pleas court and that he was not entitled to a writ of habeas corpus.

ODRC becomes first to receive national Lucy Webb Hayes Award for commitment to prison safety standards

The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (ODRC) has become the first prison system in the United States to receive the American Correctional Association’s (ACA) Lucy Webb Hayes Award. This award is presented to an agency that demonstrates a strong commitment to public safety by ensuring all areas of operations meet highly regarded and nationally recognized industry standards.

Supreme Court of Ohio reviewed when synthetic drugs were made illegal this week

Two state appeals courts disagree about whether the legislature made “analog,” or synthetic, drugs illegal in 2011 or 2012. The conflict involves two legislative bills that address controlled substance analogs, which have a similar effect to regulated drugs but are manufactured with a slightly different chemical makeup to evade drug laws. The Ohio Supreme Court heard arguments on the issue on earlier this week.

BCI, OPOTA, and BCI Crime Laboratories receive re-accreditation

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced recently that the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI), BCI's crime laboratories, and the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) all recently received re-accreditation.

Filing error costs sex offender his appeal

A man who was convicted of various sex offenses 15 years ago lost his appeal recently because he filed a motion to vacate his life sentence under the wrong case number.

AARP poll of Ohio women shows desire for action on Social Security

Immediate action on Social Security is what nearly three-quarters of Ohio female voters 50 years old and older want from their next president and U.S. Congress, according to the results of a new AARP Ohio poll.

New Minnesota firm to address alcoholism among attorneys

A new firm based in Minneapolis, Minn. aims to tackle rampant alcoholism in the legal profession.

Customer who blamed colorful snack display for fall loses appeal

The 1st District Court of Appeals recently affirmed a judgment in favor of a convenience store in a slip-and-fall case out of Cincinnati.

Layout, design of dental offices affects patients, staff

Dental offices vary from old-school to modern style, and a husband and wife duo in Ohio say the design can have a prominent impact on practices.

Ohio’s 2016 fall hunting seasons just around the corner

Ohio hunters are invited to enjoy early waterfowl seasons for Canada goose and teal that begin on Saturday, Sept. 3, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).

Convicted murderer's five-year delay costs him opportunity for an appeal

The federal 6th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that Charles Shorter, a North Central Correctional Institution inmate, was unable to adequately explain a five-year gap between his sentencing and his motion for a delayed appeal.

Accused murderer granted new trial

The 8th District Court of Appeals recently reversed a murder conviction based on an error during jury selection.

Grants available to help pay for field trips to Statehouse

Just as some Ohio school students return to the classroom for the new academic year, a pair of organizations associated with the Ohio Statehouse are readying a grant program that helps some students pay a visit to the seat of state government.