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Governor DeWine Signs Bill Creating Four-Year Statute of Repose for Legal Malpractice Actions

On March 16, 2021, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill 13, which will amend R.C. 2305.11 and enact R.C. 2305.117 to create a four-year statute of repose for. Read More...
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Steven Strang, Richard Rezie, & Steven Keslar Participate In Webcast For The Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) Insurance Coverage Law Section

Gallagher Sharp was proud to have attorneys Steven Strang, Richard Rezie, and Steven Keslar participate in a recent webcast for the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) Insurance Coverage Law. Read More...
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Themis Advocates Group Kicks Off “Themis Thursdays” With Webinar Featuring Christopher Darden

Gallagher Sharp is proud to be the Ohio and Michigan representative of Themis Advocates Group, a network of premier law firms who offer their clients trust, value, and innovation.. Read More...
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Joe Pappalardo Joins The CLM Alliance Interactive Town Hall Discussion As Panelist On December 8th, 2020

Gallagher Sharp Partner Joe Pappalardo is on the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM Alliance) Transportation Committee and was a featured panelist during an interactive discussion. Read More...
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Joe Pappalardo Discusses Hours of Service Rules & How To Improve Them On MADGAINES Live

Gallagher Sharp Partner Joe Pappalardo was recently invited as a guest on the MADGAINES Live podcast with Cassandra Gaines where Joe and other professionals in the transportation industry discussed. Read More...
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Partner Monica Sansalone Co-Presents “Lawyers in Trouble and Ways to Stay Out” For The Ohio State Bar Association

Gallagher Sharp Partner Monica Sansalone co-presented “Lawyers in Trouble and Ways to Stay Out” during the Ohio State Bar Association’s virtual webinar held on November 11th, 2020. Read More...
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Partner Thomas Cabral Co-Presents For the CMBA’s 42nd Annual Real Estate Law Institute on November 6, 2020

Gallagher Sharp Partner Thomas Cabral was a co-presenter during the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s (CMBA) 42nd Annual Real Estate Law Institute on November 6, 2020. The title of the. Read More...
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By Steven D. Strang, Adam P. Sadowski

U.S. Supreme Court Holds That Firing At and Striking Fleeing Suspect Amounts To A Seizure Even If Not Successful In Apprehending The Individual

On March 25, 2021, the Supreme Court in Torres v. Madrid, 592 U.S. ___ (2021) found that firing at a fleeing suspect constituted a “seizure” under the Fourth Amendment.  The plaintiff. Read More...
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Supreme Court of Ohio Appoints Monica A. Sansalone As Chair of the Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection

We are extremely pleased to announce that the Supreme Court of Ohio has appointed Partner Monica A. Sansalone as Chair of The Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection. The Fund. Read More...
By Adam C. Zwicker

Michigan Supreme Court Limits No-Fault PIP Liability for Out-of-State Vehicles and Their Insurers

On January 29, 2021, the Michigan Supreme Court decided, Turner v. Enterprise Leasing Corporation of Detroit, LLC, __ Mich __ (Docket No. 159660) (2021), and held that a self-insured rental. Read More...
By Steven D. Strang, Gary L. Nicholson

Northern District Of Ohio Issues Two Major COVID Decisions, Supreme Court Of Ohio To Take Up Issue

Last week there were major developments in the Ohio Covid-19 legal landscape. The same day that United States District Judge Dan Aaron Polster of the Northern District of Ohio,. Read More...
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Ohio Governor Signs New Law Streamlining Employment Discrimination Claims

On Wednesday January 13, 2021, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed House Bill 352, the Employment Law Uniformity Act, enacting major changes in employment discrimination lawsuits in the state. This. Read More...
By Adam P. Sadowski

U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Allows Railroad to Invoke Liability Protections of Maritime Contract to Insulate Itself From Liability for Damage to Cargo

The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a railroad’s ability to invoke the protections of a maritime through bill of lading to insulate itself from liability for. Read More...
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Eleven Gallagher Sharp Attorneys Recognized In 2021 Ohio Super Lawyers & Rising Stars

We are pleased to announce that eleven of our attorneys are recognized as 2021 Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars, with Partner Monica Sansalone also named as one of. Read More...