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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...
By Richard C.O. Rezie

Steven Strang & Richard Rezie Co-Present “Emerging Coverage Issues” for the Northeast Ohio RIMS August Virtual Meeting

Gallagher Sharp Partners Steven Strang and Richard Rezie co-presented for the Northeast Ohio RIMS August Virtual Meeting on emerging insurance coverage issues on August 17, 2020. Read More...
By Gallagher Sharp LLP

Gallagher Sharp Named Best Law Firm for 2020

Gallagher Sharp LLP was again named a Best Lawyers Best Law Firm by the U.S. News and World Report.  For 2020, Gallagher Sharp was ranked a National Tier 2 for Railroad Law. Read More...
By Gallagher Sharp LLP

Gallagher Sharp’s 2020 Best Lawyers

The Best Lawyers in America, the oldest most respected peer review publication in the legal profession has selected Gallagher Sharp’s Thomas E. Dover, Joseph W. Pappalardo, Alan M. Petrov, Richard C.O. Rezie,. Read More...
By Gallagher Sharp LLP

Steven Strang and Rema Ina Present on Cyber Risks and Trends

Steven Strang and Rema Ina co-presented “Cyber Coverage – Risks and Trends,” at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s “Smoking Hot Insurance Topics: Cannabis, Arson, Cyber & More!” seminar sponsored by the. Read More...
By Gallagher Sharp LLP

Steven Strang and Rema Ina Discuss Cyber Liability

Steven Strang and Rema Ina co-presented “A Primer on Cyber Liability” at the Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys (OACTA) Insurance Coverage Seminar on Friday, April 12, 2019 in. Read More...
By Clark D. Rice

Gallagher Sharp Adds Partner Clark Rice To Cleveland Office

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce the addition of Clark Rice as a Partner in our Cleveland office.  An experienced trial attorney, Clark Rice represents clients in construction litigation,. Read More...
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By Gary L. Nicholson

Supreme Court of Ohio Holds That Economic Costs Incurred by Governmental Entities as a Result of the Opioid Epidemic Are Not “Damages Because of Bodily Injury”

On September 7, 2022, the Supreme Court of Ohio decided that an insurance policy that provides coverage for “damages because of bodily injury” does not cover claims brought by. Read More...
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...
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 Gallagher Sharp LLP

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 Gary L. Nicholson

Northern District Of Ohio Issues Two Major COVID Decisions, Supreme Court Of Ohio To Take Up Issue

Last week there were major developments in the Ohio Covid-19 legal landscape. The same day that United States District Judge Dan Aaron Polster of the Northern District of Ohio,. Read More...
By Gary L. Nicholson

Battle Lines Drawn On Business Income, Extra Expense, & Civil Authority Coverage For COVID-19

Litigation has now been filed across the country as to whether commercial property insurers owe their policyholders business income, extra expense, and civil authority coverage for economic losses due. Read More...
By Gary L. Nicholson

Ohio’s Supplemental Complaint Statute Provides That an Insurer May Assert Any Coverage Defense against an Insured’s Judgment Creditor That The Insurer May Have Asserted against the Insured

The typical liability policy contains a provision that no action may be brought against the insurance company unless there has been full compliance with all the terms of the. Read More...