How the Pandemic Affected Background Checks and Drug Screening – 2/24 Webinar
February 25, 2022 | Karl R. Ulrich
Did you miss our last webinar on How the Pandemic Affected Background Checks and Drug Screening and Dos and Don’ts of Virtual Interviewing!Read More
OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard Revived!
December 29, 2021 | Karl R. Ulrich
On November 5, 2021, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (“OSHA”) issued its Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) relating to vaccinations against Covid-19.Read More
Common Misconceptions under Ohio Injunction Law – Part III
November 15, 2021 | Daniel J. Donnellon
This particular erroneous perception applies not only to lawyers, but also to Common Pleas Court Judges; it is addressed in the Frequently Asked Questions Chapter in my most recent book, Donnellon, D.J., Injunctions and Restraining Orders in Ohio, 2020 Ed., (Amazon KDP, June 2020)(available HERE)Read More
OSHA Issues Emergency Temporary Standard for COVID-19
November 15, 2021 | Karl R. Ulrich
On November 5, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) issued its long-anticipated Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS’) relating to employee vaccinations against COVID-19. On November 6, 2021, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit temporarily blocked the ETS from going into effect. This stay is temporary to give the courts time to consider the ETS’ legality. Nonetheless, employers should be prepared to implement the rule in the event the courts ultimately uphold the ETS and lift the stay.Read More
Webinar Registration: How will “Ban the Box” and New Fair Chance Laws Affect Employers?
November 12, 2021 | Karl R. Ulrich
Sebaly Shillito + Dyer and Signet Pre-Employment Screening Present a Live Webinar Update: How will “Ban the Box” and New Fair Chance Laws Affect Employers?Read More
New Limitations to Employee Background Checks 10/20 Webinar
November 11, 2021 | Karl R. Ulrich
Did you miss our last webinar on the New Limitations to Employee Background Checks ? You can watch it here!Read More
Which Will Come First, the Injunction or Spring Training?
October 28, 2021 | Daniel J. Donnellon
This is worse for sports fans in the City of Cleveland than “The Drive” or “The Fumble.” “Two sports teams in the same city cannot have identical names. Major League Baseball would never permit ‘Chicago Cubs’ lacrosse or ‘New York Yankees’ rugby teams to operate alongside its storied baseball clubs and rightly so.”Read More
Common Misconceptions in Civil Injunction Cases – Part II
October 27, 2021 | Daniel J. Donnellon
Should you always move for a TRO along with a Preliminary Injunction?
Read the followup to Common Misconceptions in Civil Injunction CasesRead More
Drug Screening in the Hiring Process: Do’s and Don’ts for the Employer – 9/22 Webinar
September 23, 2021 | Karl R. Ulrich
Did you miss our last webinar on Drug Screening in the Hiring Process: Do’s and Don’ts for the Employer? You can watch it here!Read More
Common Misconceptions in Civil Injunction Cases
September 17, 2021 | Daniel J. Donnellon
There is, however, some confusion in the Bar as I have recently seen, several times, a party including in a Complaint a “Claim for Relief” or “Cause of Action” for “Injunction.” In one state court case, the Plaintiff pleaded only one Cause of Action for “Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction.” Of course, the response was a Motion to Dismiss under Rule 12(b)(6) because there was no claim stated upon which relief could be granted.Read More
Is the Biden Administration Getting Rid of the Employee Non-Compete Agreement?
August 6, 2021 | Daniel J. Donnellon
The short answer is:Read More