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Insurance COVID-19 Alerts
If Passed, House Bill 589 Requires Insurers Offering Business Interruption Insurance to Cover Losses Due to COVID-19 Earlier this week, the Ohio legislation introduced H.B. No. 589 to require insurers offering business interruption insurance to cove...
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Intellectual Property COVID-19 Alerts
Following CARES Act, USPTO and Copyright Office Directors Extend Certain IP Filing Deadlines Both the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) and the U.S. Copyright Office have now announced that certain intellectual property filing deadlines and...
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Public Law COVID-19 Alerts
Civil Immunity for Schools, Businesses, and Healthcare Providers Related to Coronavirus Ohio House Bill 606 (“HB 606”) provides civil immunity to schools, businesses, and healthcare providers that unknowingly spread coronavirus. HB 606 specifies tha...
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Transportation Law COVID-19 Alerts
CDL Renewal: All But Five Ohio BMV Locations Will Close On Wednesday afternoon, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced a number of additional closures of Ohio businesses including the closure of all but five of the 181 Bureau of Motor Vehicles Deputy R...
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Real Estate COVID-19 Alerts
Possible Leniency for Commercial Tenants and Real Estate Borrowers in Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued Executive Order 2020-08D directed at two commercial real estate constituencies affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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Mar 12, 2020 | Ohio Governor Announces Additional Steps to Halt the Spread of COVID-19
Governor Mike DeWine, in conjunction with Director of Health, Dr. Amy Acton, has announced additional steps they are taking to halt the spread of COVID-19.  These steps include an order, issued by Dr. Acton, that bans all public gatherings that excee...
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Mar 11, 2020 | Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot: HIPAA Privacy and the Novel Coronavirus
Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot™ is a podcast for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry. In Episode 6, John Waters discusses an HHS Bulletin on HIPAA and the novel coronavirus. T...
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Mar 10, 2020 | Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Preparedness Guidance for Schools
On March 5, 2020, the Northshore School District in the State of Washington announced that all of its schools were closing for up to 14 days due to the presence of COVID-19 in their community.  On March 9, 2020, three individuals in Cuyahoga County t...
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Mar 10, 2020 | Malpractice Insurance – Contractual Indemnity and Tail Coverage
Contractual Indemnity While a malpractice insurance policy maintained by a healthcare provider typically provides broad coverage, it does not cover all liabilities arising out of the provider’s professional practice. Malpractice policies typically i...
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Mar 5, 2020 | Ohio Eminent Domain: Appellate Court Gives Condemning Authorities Green Light to Appraisal Shop in order to “Low Ball” Pre-Suit Offer
Ohio courts have long held that a condemning authority fails to satisfy the good faith offer requirement if the offer is not based on an appraisal. See Media One v. Manor Park Apts Ltd., 11th Dist. Lake No. 2000-L-045, 2000 WL 1566525; The City of Wi...
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Mar 5, 2020 | Four Things All Employers Should Do to Prepare for the Coronavirus
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread across 16 states in the U.S. with at least 150 confirmed cases and eleven deaths. The spreading epidemic is a wake-up call for employers to review their current policies and procedures in place to protect employe...
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Mar 2, 2020 | Illinois Aims for Diverse Cannabis Industry
The State of Illinois will be accepting applications for specialized cannabis licenses until March 16, 2020. This includes 40 licenses for smaller-scale craft growing centers, 40 infuser licenses, which allows baked goods, edibles, candy, infused foo...
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Feb 27, 2020 | Medical Spas and State Laws
"Many physicians are interested in offering medical spa and cosmetic services to their patients. In addition to dermatologists and plastic surgeons, obstetric-gynecologists, pain physicians, and even dentists have started offering cosmetic options. I...
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Feb 24, 2020 | How Important is Timing With Your Fraud Statute of Limitations? Turns Out, Very
"If you are an alleged victim of fraud, there is a critical question you will have to answer in regards to the timing with the fraud statute of limitations. When did you know?" To read the full article, click HERE.
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March 2020 | Ohio Supreme Court to Decide Whether the Ohio Marketable Title Act Applies to Severed Oil and Gas Interests
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Feb 12, 2020 | Roetzel’s Eminent Domain Group Wins $1.2 Million Jury Verdict for National Retail Client
Roetzel has a robust eminent domain practice representing property owners when government entities exercise the power of eminent domain to take property for public use. Recently, Roetzel shareholder Jeremy S. Young, in coordination with local counsel...
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Feb 12, 2020 | Should Mid-Levels be Paid at a Doctor's Rate?
"The use of advance practice nurses (“APNs” or “NPs”) has continued to grow across the country. In several states, nurse practitioners now have independent authority to own and establish their own professional practices and, depending on the amount o...
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Feb 7, 2020 | Ohio Supreme Court Vacates $4.5 Million Order of Restitution to City of Cleveland
In a six-to-one decision, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled that the Ohio Court of Common Pleas was not the appropriate venue for a legal claim against the state. This decision vacated a $4.5 million judgment awarded to the City of Cleveland (hereinafter,...
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Feb 6, 2020 | Whose Prayers Will Be Answered: Awaiting the High Court’s Decision on Religious School Choice in Espinoza v. Montana Dep't of Revenue, 2018 MT 306, 393 Mont. 446, 435 P.3d 603, cert. granted, 139 S. Ct. 2777, 204 L. Ed. 2d 1157 (2019)
On January 22, 2020, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, the case that could have serious consequences in the school choice debate. Parents of children attending a religiously affi...
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Feb 5, 2020 | Cyber Insurance – Are You Covered?
Over two-thirds of all businesses and organizations have had at least one cyberattack in the last two years, with half of those attacks targeted at small businesses. When these attacks hit, businesses may believe they have adequate protection against...