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Gallagher Sharp Partner Rob Boroff Secures Big Wins For Rideshare Industry

In a big win for the rideshare industry, Partner Rob Boroff with the assistance of Associate Sam Dodoo received summary judgment in three separate cases on behalf of Uber Technologies,. Read More...
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Partner Maia Jerin Discusses How To Avoid Legal Trouble When Buying/Selling A Home With Local NBC Affilliate

Gallagher Sharp Partner Maia Jerin recently sat down with our local NBC affiliate (WKYC Channel 3 – Cleveland) to discuss avoiding legal trouble when buying/selling a home. Prior to her. Read More...
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Eight Gallagher Sharp Attorneys Recognized In The 2022 Edition of Best Lawyers®

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce that eight of its attorneys have been recognized in the 2022 edition of Best Lawyers®. Here is the complete list of our attorneys. Read More...
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Gallagher Sharp Welcomes Its Newest Partner Daniel L. Bray

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce the addition of Daniel L. Bray as its newest partner. Daniel is a skilled trial attorney with experience in defending commercial transportation entities,. Read More...
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Partner Joe Pappalardo Presents At The Claims and Litigation Management Alliance 2021 Annual Conference

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce that Partner Joe Pappalardo presented at the Claims and Litigation Management (CLM) Alliance Annual Conference on August 13, 2021, as a panelist during. Read More...
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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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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...
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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...
By Jennifer Fewell Phillips

Can Employers Require Their Employees To Get The COVID-19 Vaccine?

According to guidance issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), private employers may require employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine before returning to work; however, employers may need. Read More...
By 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...