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Jul 29, 2021 | Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot: The Importance of HR and Workplace Cultural Considerations in Health Care M&A Transactions
Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot® is a podcast and YouTube channel for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry.  Following a health care practice merger or acquisition, it’s importa...
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Jul 23, 2021 | Stay in or Get Out? Employers Should Evaluate Their Options Under the PBGC’s New Withdrawal Liability Guidance
For employers who contribute to financially-troubled multiemployer pension plans (multiemployer plans), a lot has changed in the last six months. In March, Congress passed the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP) which literally rescued multiemploy...
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Summer 2021 | Infrastructure and Eminent Domain: What's Coming and What Businesses Should Do About It
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Jul 22, 2021 | Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot: The Nuts and Bolts of Noncompete Agreements Part 1
Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot® is a podcast and YouTube channel for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry.  Host Ericka Adler, Roetzel shareholder and Health Law Practice Group...
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July 2021 | Standing in Quasi-Judicial & Administrative Proceedings
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Jul 20, 2021 | Can't We All Just Get Along? Tips for Avoiding Fiduciary Litigation
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Jul 20, 2021 | Huge Win for Private Student Loan Borrowers
Student loans are notoriously difficult to shed through the bankruptcy process.  A person must show that it would impose an "undue hardship" on them to be required to repay the student loans, and the test for proving undue hardship has historically b...
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Jul 19, 2021 | Biden Calls for Limits on Noncompete Agreements
President Biden recently issued an Executive Order directing the Federal Trade Commission to adopt rules banning or limiting the use of noncompete agreements. The Order is part of a larger initiative by the Biden Administration to promote competition...
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Jul 19, 2021 | Leggo my Crypto!
Donna F. Hartl and Jake Nicholson are guests on this Legal Talk Today podcast episode discussing Kraken, a cryptocurrency exchange, that was forced by a court to provide user lists to the IRS. But, without probable cause and a warrant, isn’t that a v...
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Jul 19, 2021 | The Uncertainty of Uncertified Deposition Recordings: Something New We All Need to Think About
Remote depositions became more prevalent during the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. But when court reporters refused to use video to record depositions because they were not certified to do so, some attorneys took the job upon themselves. Though very...
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Jul 16, 2021 | Name, Image, and Likeness Reform Is Here: The Business Basics
On June 30, 2021, less than 24 hours before it was set to go into effect, the NCAA unveiled one of the most significant changes in its 115-year history. The governing body announced that it would indefinitely suspend its rules restricting student-ath...
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Jul 15, 2021 | Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot: How Productive Conflict Can Benefit Health Care Practices
Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot® is a podcast and YouTube channel for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry.  In this episode, host Ericka Adler, Roetzel shareholder and Health L...
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Jul 15, 2021 | HB 244 Prohibits COVID Vaccination Mandates in Public Schools
On Wednesday, Governor DeWine signed HB 244 into law, with an effective date of October 13, 2021. While HB 244’s initial provisions addressed school policies related to enrollment of and educational opportunities for military children, just before th...
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Summer 2021 | Can't We All Just Get Along? Tips for Avoiding Fiduciary Litigation
Common scenarios that can lead to fiduciary litigation and suggestions to avoid litigation or resolve matters among the interested parties. American Bar Association members can view the article in full here. 
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Jul 8, 2021 | Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot: The Importance of Finding the Right Health Care Lending Partner
Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot® is a podcast and YouTube channel for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry.  One of the most important members of a health care practice's team i...
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Jul 7, 2021 | New Funding, Mandates for K-12 Schools in Ohio’s Operating Budget
Ohio’s FY 22-23 Operating Budget: Overall Policy Implications for K-12 Schools The following document provides an overview of changes to law affecting Ohio’s K-12 schools which are contained in Substitute House Bill 110 (“HB 110”), the State of Oh...
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Jul 6, 2021 | The Requirement of In-Person Public Meetings Resumes
As of July 1, 2021, public entities must take care to conduct their public meetings and public business in-person, as was the norm prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. While House Bill 404 extended to July 1, 2021, the prior authorization for public of...
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Jul 1, 2021 | Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot: Making the Leap from Clinician to Health Care Leader
Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot® is a podcast and YouTube channel for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry.  In this episode, host Ericka Adler, Roetzel shareholder and Health L...
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Jun 30, 2021 | New Late Assessment Notice Requirement for Florida Condominium, Cooperative, and Homeowners’ Associations
As of July 1, 2021, Florida condominium, cooperative, and homeowners’ associations will be required to send notice of past due assessments before they can collect attorneys’ fees from the delinquent owner. Currently, the applicable statutes require t...
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Jun 29, 2021 | Minding Your P’s and Q’s: How to Properly Assert and Maintain the Empty Chair Defense
The “Empty Chair” defense, or so it has been called, is an affirmative defense under Ohio law that allows a defendant in a tort action to seek an allocation of fault to one or more parties that are not a party to the lawsuit under R.C. 2307.23. This...