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Advocates Circle Firms

Arthur Law Firm Co., LPA.

 

Barkan Meizlish
Handelman Goodin DeRose
Wentz, LLP

 

Bordas & Bordas, PLLC

 

Brian, Zwick, Marchisio & Associates

 

Elk & Elk

 

Geiser, Bowman & McLafferty, LLC

 

The Gervelis Law Firm

 

Kisling Nestico & Redick

 

Kitrick, Lewis & Harris Co.,. LPA

 

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

 

Plevin & Gallucci Co., LPA

 

Rourke & Blumenthal

 

Slater & Zurz, LLP

 

Robert J. Wagoner, Co., LLC

 

Tzangas Plakas Mannos Ltd.

 

Young and McCarthy LLP

 


 

                       

 
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OAJ SIDEBAR

OCTOBER 11, 2018

Supreme Court rules that contractor insurance doesn’t cover faulty workmanship
In a case where a contractor held both a general liability insurance policy plus a special rider to cover damages “arising out of completed operations” on work performed by subcontractors, the Ohio Supreme Court held an insurer is not required to defend a policyholder against suit by a property owner because subcontractor faulty workmanship is not an occurrence. 

Click here to link to: Ohio N. Univ. v. Charles Constr. Servs., Inc. Slip Opinion No. 2018-Ohio-4057

OAJ registers concerns with a rule amendment limiting requests for admission
Thank you to all OAJ members who submitted comments to the Supreme Court objecting to a proposed rule amendment to Civil Rule 36 that limits the number of requests for admission to forty (40).  Comments were due by late September.  OAJ opposes the rule change for several reasons, as explained in a comment letter penned by OAJ President Sean Harris.   OAJ will report when we learn what the Court decides. 

Click here to download OAJ President Sean Harris’ comment letter 

OAJ PAC supports Judges Donnelly and Stewart for Ohio Supreme Court
After interviewing all four candidates for the Ohio Supreme Court, the OAJ PAC Board decided to lend its support to Judge Melody Stewart, who serves on the 8th District Court of Appeals, and Judge Michael P. Donnelly, who serves on the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.  OAJ urges all members to support Judges Stewart and Donnelly.

Click here to link to Stewart for Ohio Supreme Court

Click here to link to Donnelly for Justice

2018 Winter Convention: Less than 2 weeks away!
Time is running out to register for the 2018 Winter Convention! Registration closes Friday, October 19th. Don't miss out on your chance to see this year's incredible lineup! Click here to register and view lineup.

OAJ Nursing Home Webinar
Nursing Home Negligence cases are document intensive and it is easy to find yourself quickly buried under mounds of institutional paper and client records. Join OAJ member, Nancy Iler, on November 15th to learn about the documents you need to open the doors to streamlining your litigation, clarifying your cause of action, and strengthening your Nursing Home Negligence case. Click here to register.

Webinar with Robson Forensic Expert
On December 3rd, Certified Master Arborist, Mark Webber will discuss some of the forensic techniques utilized when investigating devastating tree incidents. Some of the topics for discussion include investigating tree conditions after the incident and corresponding cleanup have occurred, utilizing publicly available information to discern growth rates and changing conditions, and understanding the responsibilities of property owners and municipalities to manage vegetation growth. Click here to register.

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