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The Ohio Lake Erie Commission announces applications are available for the Lake Erie Protection Fund Grant for projects in the Ohio Lake Erie watershed. Grants up to $50,000 will be considered during the current grant cycle. Applications are due May 1, 2020 with selections to be announced at the Ohio Lake Erie Commission meeting on June 17, 2020. Projects should address at least one of the Draft 2020 Lake Erie Protection & Restoration Plan Strategic Objectives.
Supporters of a bill that would remove a citizen's duty to retreat when confronted by an assailant threatening his life say the change could mean the difference between life and death.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently allowed a 2019 law school graduate who filed dozens of civil proceedings — including some in which she engaged in the unauthorized practice of law — and with husband accumulated nearly $900,000 in student loan debt to take the July 2020 bar exam.
In response to the growing legal needs of ordinary Americans arising from the coronavirus pandemic, the American Bar Association has created a nationwide task force of volunteer lawyers and judges from across the legal profession.
On March 22, the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy held an emergency Sunday session to issue a rule prohibiting pharmacists from dispensing chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 unless a person has tested positive for the virus or is otherwise approved by the pharmacy board’s executive director.
With new COVID-19 cases diagnosed daily, you should know how this new coronavirus could impact your workplace. From travel policies to being sent home if you are sick, here are the basics of labor and employment law relating to the new coronavirus.
A federal jury has convicted a Southeast Ohio doctor of illegally prescribing controlled substances and defrauding health care programs.
As the world grapples with the growing coronavirus pandemic, The University of Toledo has created a fund to assist students during this unprecedented time.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost recently rejected a petition for a proposed marijuana-related constitutional amendment because petitioners did not submit the minimum number of valid signatures required.
In response to the developing public health situation with COVID-19 and the Ohio Department of Health’s (ODH) Stay at Home Order, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will be closing campgrounds, cabins, golf courses, restrooms, shower houses, playgrounds, and state park marinas at all ODNR properties to protect the health of both visitors and staff.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday, March 11th, heard four oral arguments, including one asking if a refugee can withdraw guilty pleas because of advice from an immigration lawyer.
The American Bar Association web program ABA Free Legal Answers, which surpassed 100,000 inquiries earlier this month, is available to handle coronavirus-related housing, unemployment and other civil legal questions for income-eligible users.
Fear and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic could give rise to an outbreak of scams, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost warns.
Prosecuting Attorney Mat Heck, Jr. announced today that TYLER ULM, 25, of Dayton, was sentenced to a total of 50 years‐to‐life in prison after being convicted of rape and gross sexual imposition.
Ohio maple syrup producers are expected to have a sweet harvest this year thanks to ideal conditions for producing sap in recent months.
A Cleveland lawmaker says it's time for Ohio's private-sector employers to stop asking prospective employees about felony convictions.
A bipartisan bill introduced in the Ohio House of Representatives last week seeks to remove the Buckeye State from a list of four U.S. states that may euthanize unwanted shelter animals in gas chambers.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 10th, heard three oral arguments, including one including one based upon conflicting interpretations of a single sentence in a 1998 Ohio Supreme Court ruling which have brought employer groups and personal-injury victim advocates back to the state’s highest court to determine if a person harmed by an employee must first pursue civil or criminal charges against the employee before being allowed to sue the employer for negligent hiring and supervision.