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Ohio Supreme Court Rules on the Doctrine of Dual Intent

Nov 25, 2014 by

The Ohio Supreme Court recently ruled that the Doctrine of “Dual Intent” or “Dual Purpose” for purposes of determining workers’ compensation eligibility is not applicable in Ohio.  In...

Protecting your School’s Logo, Name, and Mascot from Unauthorized Use

Oct 28, 2014 by

Schools often call us regarding unauthorized use of the school’s name, logo, or mascot.  Typically the issue involves a retailer selling apparel with the school’s logos.  Such unauthorized...

Recently Enacted Legislation May Affect Your Community School

Sep 09, 2014 by

In the Ohio Legislature’s recently enacted Mid-Biennium Budget Review (MBR), several changes were made to the Revised Code that may affect your school.  We have detailed below many of these...

Community School Students will be able to Participate in their Home District Extracurricular Activities without Additional Restrictions

Jun 19, 2014 by

Governor Kasich recently signed into law a number of provisions affecting community schools.  One lesser discussed change will have a significant, positive impact on community schools:...

Ohio Supreme Court Decision May Affect How Schools Assess the Value of a Property

Apr 24, 2014 by

A recent Ohio Supreme Court opinion may affect how your school challenges or defends property value in valuation cases. The opinion creates a clear rule for when a property's sale price may...


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