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2/3/2022
Gallagher Sharp LLP

Gallagher Sharp Is Pleased To Announce That Steven A. Keslar and Drew D. Price Have Been Elected Partners

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce that Steven A. Keslar and Drew D. Price have been elected partners. Located in Gallagher Sharp’s Columbus office, Mr. Keslar is a member. Read More...
1/18/2022
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Tim Roth Serves As Vice-Chair & Seminar Speaker At The 2022 Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) Advanced Seminar

Gallagher Sharp was pleased to have Partner and Transportation Practice Group Manager Tim Roth participate in the 2022 Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) Advanced Seminar in Nashville, TN. Tim. Read More...
1/3/2022
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Thirteen Gallagher Sharp Attorneys Recognized As Ohio Super Lawyers & Rising Stars For 2022

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce that thirteen of our attorneys are recognized as Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars for 2022, with Managing Partner, Monica A. Sansalone, also. Read More...
11/17/2021
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Partner Joe Monroe Discusses Liquor Liability Claims With Local NBC Affiliate

Gallagher Sharp Partner Joe Monroe was recently interviewed by our local NBC affiliate (WKYC Channel 3 – Cleveland) during which he discussed liquor liability claims and exposure homeowners could. Read More...
11/9/2021
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Gallagher Sharp Addresses A Variety Of Professional Liablity & Legal Malpractice Topics At The 2021 Professional Liability Services, Inc. Seminar

Managing Partner Monica Sansalone and Partners Markus E. Apelis, Shane Lawson, Maia Jerin, and Teri Richthammer presented at the annual Professional Liability Services, Inc. Seminar on November 5, 2021,. Read More...
11/3/2021
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Managing Partner Monica Sansalone Joins OSBA “Lawyers in Trouble and Ways to Stay Out” CLE Program As Featured Speaker

Gallagher Sharp was thrilled to have Managing Partner Monica A. Sansalone as a featured speaker at the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) “Lawyers in Trouble and Ways to Stay. Read More...
11/2/2021
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Partner Rob Boroff Moderates The “From Nuclear Verdicts to Pandemic Verdicts – What You Need To Know” TIDA Webinar

On November 1, 2021, Gallagher Sharp Partner Rob Boroff served as moderator of the “From Nuclear Verdicts to Pandemic Verdicts – What You Need To Know” webinar hosted by. Read More...
GS Publications
5/18/2022
By Joseph W. Pappalardo, Devin A. Bembnister

FMCSA Revives Proposal For Speed Limiters On Heavy Trucks

On May 4, 2022, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published a proposed rulemaking to require speed limiters on commercial motor vehicles (CMVs), as defined in 49 CFR 390.5, with. Read More...
4/6/2022
By Gary L. Nicholson

Supreme Court of Ohio Holds Damage Caused by a Contaminated Product Incorporated into a Larger Product Is “Property Damage” Caused by an “Occurrence”

On March 23, 2022, the Supreme Court of Ohio decided that damage caused by a contaminated product incorporated into a larger product is “property damage” caused by an “occurrence”. . Read More...
4/1/2022
By Joseph W. Pappalardo, Devin A. Bembnister

FMCSA Withdraws Proposals Impacting Efficiency of CDL Tests for Aspiring Truck Drivers

On March 9, 2022, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) withdrew two rule-making proposals that would have streamlined the testing process for driver applicants seeking a Commercial Driver’s. Read More...
3/7/2022
By Robert D. Boroff, Sean D. Drake

New Legislation Could Be A Game Changer For The Trucking Industry

In what many hope will be a new trend around the country, Iowa’s state legislature recently proposed three significant bills that would curb the unfortunate trend of “nuclear” verdicts. Read More...
3/2/2022
By Joseph W. Pappalardo, Joseph S. Center

DOT Proposes Oral Fluid Testing For Controlled Substances

On February 28, 2022, The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) published a proposed rule for new drug testing guidelines, to include the use of oral fluid samples as. Read More...
1/26/2022
By Jennifer Fewell Phillips

Private Employers’ Ability To Enforce Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policies

On January 13, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the rule of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that mandated that businesses with more than 100 employees: (1). Read More...
1/24/2022
By Donald G. Drinko, Gary D. Baker Jr.

Can the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) Regulate Employee Healthcare Policies Concerning COVID-19?

On January 13, 2022, the United States Supreme Court, by a 6-3 vote, blocked the current Presidential administration’s attempt to enforce a vaccine-or-testing mandate for large employers. NFIB v.. Read More...