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Second installment of Ohio State Cannabiz Roundtable scheduled for May 16

As noted in this post, in January I had the opportunity to participate in an exciting cannabis industry panel discussion, co-sponsored by the Ohio State Drug Enforcement & Policy Center (DEPC), under the heading "Cannabiz Roundtable." This coming week, on … Continue reading

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What’s an Employer to Do About its Standard Arbitration Agreement in all of its Employee Contracts in Ohio – Arnold v. Burger King and Jones v. Carrols, LLC d/b/a Burger King

If you’ve ever eaten at a Burger King in Ohio, it may well be one that is owned and operated by Carrols LLC, the largest franchisee of Burger King restaurants in the United States.  Carrols and its related entities own … Continue reading

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Ohio, Michigan legislators seek partisan-gerrymandering stays

At the end of March, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in two cases challenging federal congressional districts in North Carolina and Maryland as the product of unconstitutional partisan gerrymandering. A key question in both cases was whether courts should … Continue reading

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Marriage Based Petition and Adjustment of Status Green Card Approval for Brazilian Client in Tallmadge Ohio

CASE: Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status NATIONALITY: Brazilian                                                                                                LOCATION: Tallmadge, OH Our client is from Brazil who came to the U.S. on a B-2 visitor’s visa in June 2018. In September 2018, our client married her current U.S. citizen husband.  She … Continue reading

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Embryos are Property, Not Persons, at Least in Ohio

The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports on the case here. An excerpt: An appellate court Thursday ruled against a couple seeking a legal declaration that their embryos lost in a freezer malfunction last year were living persons and should have been … Continue reading

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