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Statement Against Anti-Asian Violence

On May 20, 2021, President Biden signed Covid-19 Hate Crimes Act into law. This legislation directs the U.S. Department of Justice to expedite review of hate crimes related to. Read More...
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Gallagher Sharp Partner Markus Apelis Discusses Maritime Law & National Maritime Day With NBC Affiliate

On Saturday, May 22, we celebrate National Maritime Day, a day to celebrate and commemorate the men and women who serve in the United States maritime industry. This industry. Read More...
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Monica A. Sansalone Elected As Gallagher Sharp’s Managing Partner

Gallagher Sharp announced today that Monica A. Sansalone has been elected as the firm’s managing partner. She succeeds Timothy T. Brick, who completed two terms as managing partner. Sansalone. Read More...
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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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By Jennifer Fewell Phillips

The “Dos” and “Don’ts” of Managing a Remote Workforce

Masks may be coming off, but many employees are not returning to the office.  Employers and employees alike have realized the benefits of remote work arrangements.  Employees have enjoyed. Read More...
By Donald G. Drinko, Gary D. Baker Jr.

Can Employers Withhold Accident Reports In Court Cases By Asserting Privilege?

Most employers have accident investigation reports filled out when an employee gets hurt on the job. These reports are often part of workers’ compensation file and can be used. Read More...
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Gallagher Sharp Managing Partner Monica A. Sansalone Receives The 2021 CMBA Professionalism Award

Gallagher Sharp Managing Partner Monica A. Sansalone is the 2021 recipient of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA) Professionalism Award, an award given to a lawyer or judge who. Read More...
By Donald G. Drinko, Gary D. Baker Jr.

Ohio Industrial Commission to Return to In-Person Hearings on July 6, 2021

For the first time since converting to hearings by telephone or video conference at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March, 2020, the Industrial Commission of Ohio has. Read More...
By Steven A. Keslar

“Occupying” Said To Have A Narrower Meaning When In Exclusion

The Plaintiff, Jazmine Washington, was struck by an uninsured motorist. The Plaintiff was residing with her grandmother who was insured by State Farm with an auto insurance policy with. Read More...
By Zoran Balac

Supreme Court of Ohio Accepts Certification of Question Involving Insurance Coverage for COVID-19 Related Losses

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Ohio businesses have suffered greatly as a result of government shutdowns, declining patronage, and increased expenses. Consequently, insurers and courts have had to grapple with. Read More...
By Nicholas G. Anhold

Sixth Circuit Finds That District Court Should Not Engage In “Leisurely Stop-Action Viewing” Of Recording In Police Shooting Case

On April 19, 2021, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cunningham v. Shelby County, Tenn., No. 20-5375, reaffirmed and clarified that a court must view. Read More...