The American Bar Association House of Delegates, which determines association-wide policy, reviewed proposals at the upcoming ABA Annual Meeting to update model rules governing lawyer-client communications and to change rules and procedures affecting how the ABA accredits the nation’s 204 law schools.
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The defining feature of the facade of most homes is the front entry, specifically the door that opens to the home.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently reduced the assessed property tax value of a Worthington Kroger store connected to an outdoor shopping mall by $1.56 million.
Robert Steven Jones, 30, of Anna, Ohio, was sentenced to life (plus 10 years) in prison for sexually exploiting minors, including an infant, a seven-year-old girl and numerous teenage girls.
The University of Toledo men's basketball program will open and close its Mid-American Conference campaign inside Savage Arena, the league office announced as part of its schedule release. UT will open its league slate on Jan. 5 vs. Ball State before closing its regular-season schedule with home matchups against Western Michigan (Mar. 5) and Eastern Michigan (Mar. 8).
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced that his office has awarded grants totaling $357,435 to the Ohio Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs and other organizations across the state for new computers and other technology purchases.
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry of Central Ohio provided recommendations earlier this year on how to make one's remodeling budget go far.
A Cleveland man was indicted for having a firearm while trafficking fentanyl and crack cocaine.
First-year head coach Jenny Coluccio was hired in June and is beginning to get settled in her new role. She sat down recently to discuss her transition heading into the 2018-19 campaign.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, August 1st, heard three oral arguments, including an appeal from Affinity Medical Center which argues the damages it was required to pay to a former employee they defamed were too high pursuant to Ohio's comprehensive 2004 tort reform.
A South Euclid man was indicted in federal court for using a firearm while trafficking fentanyl, heroin and pills.
Manufacturing, health care, smart infrastructure and data analytics are four platforms in which Ohio should further invest to address the needs of its innovation ecosystem and accelerate the economy, according to a recently released plan from the Ohio Chamber of Commerce Research Foundation Inc.
Joe Abraham has been named the head softball coach at the University of Toledo, UT vice president and athletic director Mike O'Brien recently announced. Abraham is the 11th coach in program history and comes to Toledo after serving seven years as the head softball coach at Hillsdale College.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, July 31st, heard three oral arguments, including an appeal from James D. Tench of Brunswick, Ohio, who was convicted for the 2013 kidnapping, murder, and aggravated robbery of his mother.
Being the heart of the home and, therefore the most used, it's no wonder that today's kitchen is nearly always due a re-do.
Courts in Ohio are exploring how to leverage technological advances to better serve the public
An Ohio State University-led study on self-regulation - an individual's ability to change behavior in different social situations - highlights the differences between boys and girls and obesity.
The Downtown Coaches Association (DCA) of the University of Toledo is looking to add members to the organization for the 2018-19 academic year. For a small annual fee ($40 per person, $50 per couple), supporters can join a network of over 200 Toledo supporters while also gaining behind-the-scenes access to UT coaches and student-athletes at the DCA's weekly luncheons.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted recently certified the number of valid signatures collected by advocates for two separate citizen-initiated constitutional amendments. A proposed amendment concerning drug treatment and rehabilitation has met the necessary requirements and will be on the November General Election Ballot as State Issue 1. The proposed amendment regarding kidney dialysis failed to meet all of the necessary requirements to be placed on the ballot and petitioners have 10 days to address petition deficiencies.
Being the heart of the home and, therefore the most used room, it's no wonder that today's kitchen is nearly always due a re-do.