A Newspaper of General Circulation in Montgomery County, Ohio
The International Bar Association Global Employment Institute (IBA GEI) and the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) have pooled their expertise to provide companies with further guidance and clarity on an area of increasing importance to business: International Labour Standards (ILS). The ILS are legal instruments, set by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and agreed by ILO tripartite constituents, which protect basic worker rights, taking into account, inter alia, the need for sustainable enterprises to create jobs. They are either conventions, which are legally binding international treaties upon ratification, or recommendations, which serve as non-binding guidelines.
Evidence-based strategies deployed in key communities to reduce black infant mortality
A Cleveland man was indicted for lying about his conviction for domestic violence three times this year while trying to purchase a firearm.
Overpayment to Richland County company is largest since Auditor Yost took office in 2011
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently offered tips for consumers following Marriott’s recent announcement of a data breach affecting as many as 500 million guests who made a reservation at a Starwood brand hotel, which includes Sheraton Hotels & Resorts and Westin Hotels & Resorts, among others.
A former candidate for Hocking County prosecuting attorney who had sex with a court-appointed client, trespassed onto his neighbor’s property to use a hot tub, and lied about his actions to the presiding judge has been suspended by the Ohio Supreme Court for two years with 18 months stayed.
When it comes to paychecks, Ohio residents' are a lighter than most other states, according to a recent survey.
Caterers and party professionals suggest a company's party-planning committee spend a little more time on the annual end-of-year celebration of the holidays to ensure its success, in addition to making it a memorable occasion for partygoers.
All three defendants in a child pornography case have pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court.
Despite enduring some poor weather, hunters in Ohio checked 60,557 white-tailed deer during the 2018 weeklong deer-gun season, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Last year, hunters checked 72,814 deer over the same period.
A northeast Ohio lawmaker recently told fellow members of the Ohio House of Representatives that police officer morale and public trust have suffered long enough at the expense of ticket and arrest quotas.
A dozen recreational trails throughout the Buckeye State will share in excess of $1.5 million in federal funds through the federal Recreational Trails Program, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources announced recently.
"Misinformation" is Dictionary.com's word of the year. The site defines it as "false information that is spread, regardless of whether there is intent to mislead" and is careful to distinguish it from disinformation, which does require a deliberate intent to mislead. Note that that the word of the year is not "fake news." That's SO 2016.
Ohio law did not permit a Cuyahoga County trial court to consider a post-conviction petition from a man on death row since 1985, who was convicted of rape, burglary, and murder, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently. The high court reversed decisions by the trial court to vacate the man’s rape charges and order a new trial for the remaining charges.
Second conviction for both employers
With some clients needing assistance to pay their legal fees for either civil or criminal matters, the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility has issued Formal Opinion 484 that outlines model rules for lawyers who refer clients to fee financing companies or brokers.
Physicists at The University of Toledo are part of an international team of scientists who discovered a single material that produces white light, opening the door for a new frontier in lighting, which accounts for one-fifth of global energy consumption.
Ten people were sentenced to prison for their roles in a conspiracy to install credit-card skimmers on gas pumps in at least five states, including several locations in Northeast Ohio, and steal account information from thousands of people.
The Hamilton County Clerk of Courts must respond to one of three records requests a state prison inmate accused the clerk of failing to provide. However, the inmate is not entitled to financial damages from the office for the lack of response to the request, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
A statewide survey of health-care options for the average consumer revealed that such a consumer is likely to try an in-store clinic at the nearest supermarket or drugstore for convenience's sake.