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Arthur Law Firm Co., LPA.


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Brian G. Miller Co., LPA


Bordas & Bordas, PLLC


Christian R. Patno


Crandall & Pera Law


Eadie Hill Trial Lawyers


Elk & Elk


Garson Johnson, LLC


Geiser, Bowman & McLafferty, LLC


The Gervelis Law Firm


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Kitrick, Lewis & Harris Co.,. LPA


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Leeseberg & Valentine


Leizerman & Associates, LLC


Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty, LLC


Meyer Wilson Co., LPA


Murray & Murray Co., LPA


Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy Co., LPA


O'Connor Acciani & Levy, LPA


Rittgers & Rittgers


Robert J. Wagoner, Co., LLC


Rourke & Blumenthal


Spangenberg, Shibley & Liber, LLP


Slater & Zurz, LLP


Tittle & Perlmuter


Tzangas Plakas Mannos Ltd.


Young and McCarthy LLP




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JUNE 20, 2019

Senate will remove amendments from BWC budget bill 
The Ohio Senate is poised to pass a “bare bones” Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) budget bill.  OAJ supports several positive amendments that the House added to the same bill and urges the Senate to retain most of the House amendments.  However, OAJ opposes one House amendment requiring the BWC to collect data about whether a claimant has the legal right to work in the US.   The bill is likely to wind up in a conference committee where the House and Senate will work out their differences. 

Click here to link to HB 80 – BWC budget bill

Click here to download testimony by OAJ legislative chair Chelsea Fulton Rubin

Contracts – Reducing SOL to 3 years
OAJ raised several practical and legal concerns about legislation reducing the statute of limitations for contracts to three years.  OAJ presented its concerns in testimony before the House Civil Justice Committee.  The existing SOL for written contracts is eight years and for oral/implied contracts is six years.

Click here to link to HB 251

Click here to link to testimony by Mark Abramowitz

Click here to link to testimony by John Van Doorn

June 30 deadline to enact state budget
The Ohio General Assembly is racing to complete work on the general appropriations budget bill (HB 166) before June 30, which ends the state fiscal year.  Once the budget is enacted, the legislature is expected to recess until after Labor Day. 

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