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Toledo Legal News - News 1,027 Ohio attorneys served as poll workers as part of Lawyers for Liberty


Even ahead of the onset of COVID-19, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose was focused on recruiting new poll workers for the 2020 elections. Beginning with a Working Group of select leaders from county boards of elections, plans were put in place early in 2019 to provide innovative and intensive efforts to ensure polling locations were fully staffed on election day. With the dangers of COVID-19, these efforts became exponentially more important.

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DOJ applauds passage of the Criminal Antitrust Anti-Retaliation Act

On Dec. 23, 2020, President Donald J. Trump signed into law the Criminal Antitrust Anti-Retaliation Act (the “Act”), which prohibits employers from retaliating against certain individuals who report criminal antitrust violations. The Act was sponsored by Senator Chuck Grassley, passed the Senate on Oct. 17, 2019, and passed the House of Representatives on Dec. 8, 2020.

Date Published: January 18, 2021

Ohio EPA completes testing drinking water under Ohio PFAS Action Plan

The Ohio EPA announced late last year that it has received the final testing results for the presence of certain per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water from Ohio’s public water systems, bringing to a close the Agency’s statewide sampling initiative of almost 1,550 public water systems under Ohio’s PFAS Action Plan.

Date Published: January 18, 2021

OSHP launches online resource

State troopers want Ohio motorists to have more data at their disposal when it comes to work zone crashes near their homes and throughout the Buckeye State.

Date Published: January 18, 2021

Driving safety tips that could save you money

(BPT) Bad driving habits aren't just obnoxious, they're also dangerous - motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death in the U.S., with more than 38,000 people having lost their lives and nearly 4.4 million injured in collisions in 2019, according to the National Safety Council.

Date Published: January 15, 2021

How to pay your mortgage off faster

(BPT) Buying a home is a major life step. Homes are by nature expensive and most home buyers cannot afford to purchase a home outright. Because of that reality, most home buyers finance a home purchase with a mortgage. A mortgage allows you to spread the payments for a home loan across many years. The result? Mortgages can make home ownership much more attainable for the average home buyer.

Date Published: January 15, 2021

Navigating important family decisions with a financial advisor

(StatePoint) Recent historic economic downturns and significant unemployment numbers and job losses have created considerable financial worries for families across the country. Health and safety concerns about returning to schools, childcare facilities, and office settings have only added to the uncertainty and stress that Americans are currently feeling.

Date Published: January 15, 2021

ABA sections release comments on European Union’s data protection recommendations

The American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section and the International Law Section have jointly released comments on the Brussels, Belgium-based European Data Protection Board’s Recommendations on measures that supplement transfer tools to ensure compliance with the EU level of protection of personal data.

Date Published: January 14, 2021

BWC sending 23 million Ohio-made masks to employers

Working with Ohio companies and nonprofits, the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) is distributing 23 million face masks to Ohio’s employers and workforce to weaken the spread of COVID-19.

Date Published: January 14, 2021

Doctor’s admission to medical board can be used in criminal case

A state medical board investigator did not violate the constitutional rights of an Allen County doctor by providing police with the doctor’s admission that he inappropriately touched patients, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.

Date Published: January 14, 2021

BGSU graduate enrollment grows significantly

When Kaylani Othman graduated with her bachelor’s degree in education in May 2020, she knew she wanted to pursue her studies even further. The North Ridgeville, Ohio, native decided to stay at Bowling Green State University to obtain her Master of Education in Curriculum and Teaching.

Date Published: January 13, 2021

ABA releases comprehensive survey report revealing key drivers of judicial stress

A comprehensive report released in the 2020 Journal of The Professional Lawyer surveying more than 1,000 judges across the United States suggests job stress has become a serious health concern in the state judicial ranks, with about one-third or more reporting fatigue and low energy, sleep disturbance or disturbed attention and concentration.

Date Published: January 12, 2021

Battelle snags $46.3 million carbon contract

Columbus-based Battelle recently announced that the research institute successfully landed a contract in excess of $46 million to jumpstart an initiative to accelerate the production of carbon and carbon composites.

Date Published: January 12, 2021

Keep kids safe from medicines around the house this cold and flu season

(StatePoint) During the cold and flu season and amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be more medicines in homes being used to treat all kinds of symptoms. It is important to remember that you can keep curious kids safe by keeping medicine up and away and out of sight and reach.