According to the Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity recently released by the Remodeling Futures Program at Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies, strongly accelerating growth in home improvement and repair is expected heading into 2017.
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The Board of Professional Conduct has received two requests from attorneys seeking ethical guidance regarding H.B. 523, signed by Gov. John R. Kasich on June 8. The law permits Ohio doctors to prescribe marijuana for qualified patients and permits the cultivation, processing, and dispensing of medical marijuana through the issuance of various state-regulated licenses.
The Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Division of Emergency Medical Services reminds Ohioans to take extra precautions this week and the rest of the summer as the mercury rises and heat advisories are issued.
The University of Toledo three-game "mini plans" for the 2016 football season are on sale now. Mini-plans start at $81 and include a sideline seat for three games.
The Ohio Center for Law Related Education’s Law & Citizenship Conference this year will have an election-based theme: “Democracy in Action: Teaching Students About the 2016 Election.”
Judge Solomon Oliver, Jr., Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, announced that two persons have been selected by the Court to serve eight-year terms as Magistrate Judges, subject to standard FBI and IRS investigations. Jonathan D. Greenberg, Esq., was selected to replace Magistrate Judge Nancy A. Vecchiarelli, who retires effective July 22, 2016. David A. Ruiz, Esq., was selected to replace Magistrate Judge Kenneth S. McHargh, who retires effective September 30, 2016.
Q: I’ve heard that competing companies sometimes make agreements to fix prices and rig bids. Does Ohio law allow this?
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced that eligible consumers in Ohio and across the U.S. will begin receiving their share of Apple Inc.’s $400 million consumer compensation payout, the result of a multistate e-books price-fixing case.
An Ashtabula County man who was sentenced to four consecutive life sentences for the rape of his minor daughter will receive a chance for new trial according to a recent ruling from the 11th District Court of Appeals.
As part of the Kasich Administration’s efforts to combat infant mortality, the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) has announced new investments in four community initiatives in Lucas County aimed at reducing infant mortality.
The Ohio Supreme Court has published for comment proposed changes to court rules governing commercial dockets. The suggested revisions would alter the process for appointing judges to these dockets, which handle business-to-business litigation. It would also adjust the judges’ qualifications, term lengths, and education requirements.
Toledo recently released its 2016 schedule and contests against Atlantic Coast Conference member Louisville (8-8-2, 4-5-1 ACC) and NCAA Women's College Cup participant Oakland (8-6-7, 6-1-2 Horizon) highlight the slate.
The Toledo Police Department has adopted and implemented state standards established by the Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board as part of the state’s efforts to strengthen community and police relations.
(BPT) What's the state of your estate? Robert Fishbein, a vice president and corporate counsel in Prudential Financial's Tax Department, says now's a good time to find out.
Toledo announced the signing of Anna Dunphy (Victoria, BC) to the women's swimming and diving program. Dunphy will join the Rockets at the start of the 2016-17 academic year.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) wants Ohioans to remember that when hiring a moving company, you have rights guaranteed by law and enforced by the PUCO.
Ohio courts that possess the requisite technological capabilities have one week to connect to the Ohio Courts Network or risk being out of compliance.
Exports are a pillar of Ohio’s economy and a new U.S. Department of Commerce report shows Ohio companies exported approximately $50.7 billion worth of goods last year.
As a result of an investigation conducted by the Ohio Inspector General, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio has obtained a federal grand jury indictment of a former employee of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services and the chief executive officer of an Ohio software development company.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted recently contacted the Voter Participation Center in Washington D.C. to make them aware of a number of recurring errors surrounding the group’s voter registration drive. Both the Secretary of State’s Office and Boards of Election across Ohio have reported an unusually high number of voter complaints regarding the effort, which is attempting to contact unregistered individuals via U.S. Mail with a voter registration form.