GS News
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...
10/28/2021
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Partner Shane Lawson Addresses Ethics Issues While Presenting At The CMBA’s “Professional Conduct 2021: Super Scary Edition” CLE

Gallagher Sharp was pleased to have Partner Shane Lawson as a presenter addressing ethics issues at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA) “Professional Conduct 2021: Super Scary Edition” CLE. Read More...
10/21/2021
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Joe Pappalardo Serves As Panelist For CLM’s “Managing the ‘Dirty Five’ Aggravating Factors in Trucking Claims and Lawsuits” Presentation

Gallagher Sharp Partner Joe Pappalardo was recently a panelist for the “Managing the ‘Dirty Five’ Aggravating Factors in Trucking Claims and Lawsuits” presentation of the 2021 Claims and Litigation. Read More...
10/18/2021
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Partner Tim Roth Elected To Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) Board of Directors

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce that Tim Roth has been elected to the Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) Board of Directors. TIDA is a dynamic organization consisting of over 1600. Read More...
10/12/2021
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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...
8/23/2021
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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...
GS Publications
7/27/2022
By Donald G. Drinko, Gary D. Baker Jr.

Does The Industrial Commission of Ohio Have To Explain Why It Disregards A Medical Report When It Relies On Conflicting Medical Evidence?

Under current Ohio law, the Industrial Commission of Ohio has the discretion to reject uncontroverted medical evidence so long as the commission explains its basis for doing so. State. Read More...
7/13/2022
By Donald G. Drinko, Gary D. Baker Jr.

What Types of Compensation Can An Injured Worker Receive In Ohio While Remaining Eligible For Temporary Total Disability Compensation?

Under R.C. §4123.56, an injured worker in Ohio is eligible to receive temporary total disability (“TTD”) compensation for any periods of time they are completely disabled and unable to. Read More...
6/29/2022
By Donald G. Drinko, Gary D. Baker Jr.

Working With A Co-Worker That Is COVID-19 Positive – Is The Risk Greater Than That Of The General Public Under Ohio Law?

An occupational disease is one that is 1.) contracted in the course of employment; 2.) the disease is peculiar to the employment; and 3.) the employment creates a risk. Read More...
6/28/2022
By Robert D. Boroff, Devin A. Bembnister

Supreme Court Of The United States Declines To Address Whether Plaintiff’s State Law Tort Claims Are Preempted By The FAAAA

On June 27, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States disappointingly denied C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.’s Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to review the Ninth Circuit Court. Read More...
5/28/2022
By Robert D. Boroff, Anthony R. Santiago

FMCSA Temporarily Waives Hours of Service (HOS) Requirements In Response To Baby Formula Shortage

On May 23, 2022, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) issued a Regional Emergency Declaration  (“Emergency Declaration”) in response to the recent closure of a key manufacturing facility of. Read More...
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...