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As part of the District 4 annual meeting on Oct. 16, 2018 the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) recognized area attorneys for decades of service to the legal profession and the community.
A Columbus landlord and property manager engaged in the unauthorized practice of law while seeking to evict tenants and obtain money owed to trusts, businesses, and individuals, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Three longstanding LGBT legal activists will be honored by the American Bar Association Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity with its seventh annual Stonewall Award during a ceremony on Jan. 26, 2019, at the ABA Midyear Meeting in Las Vegas.
StarKist Co. has agreed to plead guilty for its role in a conspiracy to fix prices of packaged seafood sold in the United States, the Department of Justice announced recently.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently suspended a Columbus lawyer for two years, with six months stayed, for misconduct that included lying to his client about her legal matters and having consensual sex with the client while the cases were pending.
Gerald A. Lawson III, 31, of Warrensville Heights, Ohio, was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 60 months in prison for acting as a straw purchaser for Quentin L. Smith, a convicted felon who shot and killed two Westerville Police Officers on February 10, 2018.
(BPT) Did you know that many police departments have a community affairs officer whose primary goal is to build a strong working relationship with the community? That means you have access to a trained safety expert who wants to give you ideas to keep your home and neighborhood safe.
People with different backgrounds from different parts of the state who are bound by their criminal struggles with substance addiction came together to share their battles and triumphs during the 14th annual Ohio Supreme Court Specialized Dockets Conference.
The structure of Ohio's tax system ranked poorly in a recent report from the Tax Foundation, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank.
Under the leadership of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the Department of Justice charged the largest number of violent crime and firearm defendants in its history in Fiscal Year (FY) 2018.
Along with our age-based investment options, Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, offers age-based savings strategies for parents who want to select their own 529 investment options. No matter how old your child is, Ohio’s 529 Plan has guidance on what to do at this current stage of their life. It’s never too early and never too late to save for their higher education. In this first article of a six-part series, Ohio’s 529 Plan shares recommendations on what steps to take to build a 529 college savings account from when your child is a baby or toddler.
A health care CEO pleaded guilty recently to a superseding indictment as part of an investigation into a $300 million health care fraud scheme that involved the distribution of over 6.6 million dosage units of controlled substances and the administration of medically unnecessary injections that resulted in patient harm.
With a long, significant history in the field is should be of no surprise that Ohio is ranked among the top 10 states for aerospace manufacturing attractiveness.
An Ohio technology company that manufactures a gearing system for robotics and other applications continues to make waves in its target market: China.
Couch potatoes rejoice — there might be a way to get the blood pressure lowering benefits of exercise in pill form.
The United States of America, through its Departments of Justice, Treasury, and State announced today a series of measures to target and dismantle the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG) – one of the largest, most dangerous drug cartels currently operating in Mexico. These measures include the unsealing of 15 indictments, the State Department’s approval of large rewards, the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designations, and the establishment of a citizen tip-line.
A Cleveland man was indicted for robbing five banks in August and September.
Thurston Lewis Goodjohn, 34, of Springfield, was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 52 months in prison for illegally possessing a firearm.
The research on advance care planning suggests that people talk to their lawyers and doctors about advance directives, however the two professions see the planning through a different lens. A new guide, “Advance Directives: Counseling Guide for Lawyers,” by the American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging, is designed to assist lawyers, doctors and those in the medical profession, in thoroughly assessing the needs of a person in the hope that the end-of-life health decisions are understood and effective.
In a battle that went right down to the final minute, the University of Dayton Flyers had a comeback fall just short, with San Diego edging UD 36-34.