GS News
2/28/2020
By Gallagher Sharp LLP

Joe Pappalardo Joins Executive Board of Themis Advocates Group

Congratulations to Partner Joe Pappalardo for becoming an Executive Board Member of Themis Advocates Group during their Annual Meeting in Miami, Florida, on February 28, 2020. Themis Advocates Group. Read More...
2/4/2020
By Gallagher Sharp LLP

New Partner Joe Monroe

We are pleased to announce that Joseph Monroe, II, has been named a Partner. Joe is a member of the General Litigation and Transportation practice groups, defending public and. Read More...
2/4/2020
By Gallagher Sharp LLP

New Partner Rema A. Ina

We are pleased to announce that Rema A. Ina has been named a Partner. Rema works in the Employment Law, General Liability, and Insurance Coverage practice areas. She devotes. Read More...
12/4/2019
By Gallagher Sharp LLP

Gallagher Sharp’s 2020 Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Congratulations to Gallagher Sharp’s 2020 Ohio Super Lawyers:  Lori Brown (Professional Liability Defense); Joe Pappalardo (Transportation/Maritime); Alan Petrov (Professional Liability Defense); Rich Rezie (Insurance Coverage); Monica Sansalone (Professional Liability Defense); and. Read More...
11/14/2019
By Gallagher Sharp LLP

Welcome to the Ohio Bar Nick Anhold

Congratulations to Gallagher Sharp’s Nick Anhold who has been sworn in as a new attorney after passing the Bar.  Nick is an Associate in Gallagher Sharp’s Cleveland office and. Read More...
11/5/2019
By Gallagher Sharp LLP

Partner Bob Terbrack Becomes Licensed To Practice In The State Of Michigan

Having been practicing law in the state of Ohio for nearly a decade, Partner Bob Terbrackis now also officially licensed to practice in the State of Michigan after being. Read More...
11/5/2019
By Erik D. Ovesny

Partner Bob Terbrack Becomes Licensed in the State of Michigan

Having been practicing law in the state of Ohio for nearly a decade, Partner Bob Terbrackis now also officially licensed to practice in the State of Michigan after being. Read More...
GS Publications
5/18/2020
By Thomas J. Cabral, Joseph Monroe II

Restaurant Industry’s Temporary Transition to Take-Out Delivery Business Creates Liability Concerns

The bartender who once served those wings and that craft beer from behind your neighborhood bar may now be delivering directly to your front door. COVID-19’s devastating impact has. Read More...
4/9/2020
By Joseph W. Pappalardo

UPDATE: FMCSA Extends HOS Emergency Declaration through May 15

On April 8, 2020, The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced that it will extend and expand its Hours of Service (HOS) Emergency Declaration so truck drivers who. Read More...
3/20/2020
By Rema A. Ina

What Employers Need to Know about the New Families First Coronavirus Response Act

On Wednesday evening, President Trump signed into law the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). This Act grants paid sick leave and paid Family and Medical Leave (“FMLA”) to. Read More...
3/19/2020
By Joseph W. Pappalardo

UPDATE: FMCSA Expands Emergency Declaration

In our last newsflash sent on March 16, 2020, we mentioned that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) decided to waive certain hours-of-service, parts and accessories and other. Read More...
3/16/2020
By Joseph W. Pappalardo

FMCSA Grants Nationwide Emergency Relief For First Time In History In Response To Coronavirus

Shortly after President Trump declared a national emergency on March 13, 2020, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) decided to waive certain hours-of-service, parts and accessories and other. Read More...
1/29/2020
By Joseph W. Pappalardo

Gallagher Sharp Trucking Newsflash: FMCSA Announces Two-Year Delay of Its Entry Level Driver Training Rule

FMCSA Announces Two-Year Delay of Its Entry-Level Driver Training Rule By Attorney Joe Pappalardo The FMCSA announced today, January 29, 2020, that there will be a two-year delay of. Read More...
1/16/2020
By Nicholas G. Anhold, Richard C.O. Rezie

Gallagher Sharp Newsflash: Law Firms May Not Collect Settlement Proceeds from Insurers in Certain Circumstances under New Supreme Court of Ohio Decision

This morning, the Supreme Court of Ohio issued Kisling, Nestico & Redick, L.L.C. v. Progressive Max Ins. Co., Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-82 The Supreme Court of Ohio Holds that. Read More...