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Toledo Legal News - News Court of Claims: University police files and Title IX investigation ruled public records

 

Certain police and college records related to a former University of Cincinnati student who is a sex offender and was honored by the university are public records that must be released, the Ohio Court of Claims has ordered.

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Kathleen Maloney, Supreme Court of Ohio

Former police officer convicted for workers’ comp fraud

A retired police officer for the city of Canton pleaded guilty to workers’ compensation fraud recently after the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) discovered him working two jobs while claiming to be permanently disabled.

Date Published: December 1, 2020

Steps everyone can take to help prevent a ‘twindemic’

(StatePoint) In the 2019-2020 flu season, influenza caused up to 22,000 deaths in the U.S. This year, with so many medical resources being used to care for COVID-19 patients, it’s especially important to protect yourself from the flu.

Date Published: December 1, 2020

Young hunters gain invaluable experience during youth weekend

Ohio’s young hunters checked 5,795 white-tailed deer during the 2020 two-day youth gun season on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 21-22, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. All of Ohio’s youth hunting opportunities are available to anyone who is 17 years old or younger during the season dates.

Date Published: December 1, 2020

Kindergartner bullying case: Toledo educators cannot be sued

Toledo educators did not act with a “perverse disregard of a known risk” when one kindergartner allegedly punctured the face of another with a pencil, and the injured child’s parents cannot sue the staff for failing to address alleged bullying, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.

Date Published: November 30, 2020

OSU study finds birds reproduce better in warm, urban areas

When Ohio State University researchers wanted to evaluate the effects of growing cities on central Ohio wildlife, they set their sights on tree swallows — a species which has benefited from urban dwelling with some risks.

Date Published: November 30, 2020

AG Yost announces $113 million settlement with Apple over iPhone throttling

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, along with a coalition of over 30 other attorneys general, announced a $113 million settlement with Apple, Inc. regarding Apple’s 2016 decision to throttle consumers’ iPhone speeds in order to address unexpected shutdowns in some iPhones.

Date Published: November 27, 2020

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, stop the spread of flu

(StatePoint) Amid the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, with hospitals and health care workers already overburdened, medical experts say it’s more important than ever to slow the spread of the flu. In a typical year, the flu causes tens of millions of illnesses, hundreds of thousands of hospitalizations, and tens of thousands of deaths in the U.S.

Date Published: November 27, 2020

New DNA technology solves missing person case

The Bureau of Criminal Investigation has utilized a new DNA technology to link previously unidentified human remains with a missing persons case from 2013, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp announced recently.

Date Published: November 26, 2020

Ohio's mineral resources valued at more than $1.5 billion in 2019

Ohio’s mineral resources produced more than $1.5 billion worth of geologic commodities in 2019, according to a newly released report from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The total value of all nonfuel industrial minerals exceeded $1 billion for the sixth straight year.

Date Published: November 26, 2020

5 ways to become a better remote citizen

(BPT) Whether working from home for the first time, helping kids navigate the new madness of Zoom classes, or simply trying to connect online with relatives, our newfound pandemic-driven remote lifestyles are creating a completely new relationship between ourselves, our homes and our technology. Regardless of your current work/home situation, we can all be better virtual remote citizens to ensure a less stressful, more fruitful experience. Here are five ways to ensure you are creating a virtual space that works for everyone.

Date Published: November 25, 2020

Court of Appeals upholds conviction of man who tried to join ISIS

U.S. Attorney David M. DeVillers announced the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday in favor of the government, upholding the conviction of Laith Waleed Alebbini. The 29-year-old Jordan citizen was convicted of conspiring and attempting to join ISIS following a bench trial in Dayton in November and December 2018 before U.S. District Judge Walter H. Rice.

Date Published: November 25, 2020