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By Rema A. Ina

Employment Law Attorney Rema Ina Discusses The Me Too Movement With Local NBC Affiliate

Employment law attorney Rema Ina went Live On Lakeside (WKYC Channel 3 News) to discuss the Me Too movement, the feature film “Bombshell”, and what companies can do to. Read More...
By Jody Perkins Ryan

Jody Perkins Ryan Joins Gallagher Sharp as Of Counsel

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce that Jody Perkins Ryan has joined the firm as Of Counsel.  Jody is responsible for the oversight and defense of her client’s workers’ compensation. Read More...
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By Robert R. Terbrack

COVID-19 Exposure Claims Against Businesses

What happens if one of your employees, or a non-employee who visits your business, contracts COVID-19 and claims that your business caused them to become ill? Typically, the Ohio. Read More...
By Rema A. Ina

Employer’s Guide to Reopening During the Coronavirus Pandemic

States are reopening after the Coronavirus forced them to shut down and issue shelter-in-place orders. Opening is good for the economy, but welcoming back employees while the virus continues. Read More...
By Rema A. Ina

United States Supreme Court Decides Landmark Case—Employers May Not Discriminate Against Gay or Transgender Employees

Gay and transgender workers are now protected against discrimination in the workplace. On Monday, June 15, 2020, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in Bostock v. Clayton. Read More...
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...
By Rema A. Ina

Gallagher Sharp Newsflash: New Overtime Rule Has Officially Gone Into Effect

The U.S. Department of Labor has issued a new rule regarding overtime. Under this new rule, which went into effect on January 1, 2020, employees who make less than. Read More...