Recent News and Updates
ORC 3599.06 requires that all employers give their employees a reasonable amount of time off to vote. So if the employee cannot make it to the polls before or after their regularly scheduled shift, the employer must allow them time to vote.
The new and improved foreclosure rules in Ohio have the potential to improve the process for mortgagees resulting in lower costs and faster results.
Russell, who will focus her practice on matters relating to real estate, is a Certified Specialist in Residential Real Property Law by the Ohio State Bar Association.
Susan E. Baker Appointed to the Ohio State Bar Association Workers' Compensation Law Specialty Board
Susan E. Baker, a member at Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd, has been appointed to the Ohio State Bar Association Workers' Compensation Law Specialty Board for a four year term.
If your intention is to give someone access to your accounts so that you have someone to help you with your finances in the event you are unable to independently handle your own finances, you can accomplish that goal through a Power of Attorney.
Attorney Ann E. Salek has joined the law firm Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd. ("CCJ")
On September 15, 2016, the Ohio Supreme Court issued decisions in twelve cases concerning the proper interpretation of the Dormant Mineral Act of 1989 (the "1989 Act").
Rather than viewing the proposed payment as a final offer, you should consider the initial offer as a starting point in negotiations and bargain for the best deal possible.
Ohio law has recently been amended providing greater leverage for an injured party’s counsel to negotiate a reduction of a subrogee’s claim.
The Court held that the ODNR has the sole and exclusive authority to regulate oil and gas drilling in Ohio, and that this exclusive authority prevents local government interference with such development.