Monthly News For November, 2016

Training the Fire Chiefs and First Officers on Labor and Employment Issues

Posted on in Employment, Employment, Labor, News
Training the Fire Chiefs and First Officers on Labor and Employment Issues

At a recent Fire Training Academy at Cuyahoga Community College, Weston Hurd Labor & Employment attorneys provided guidance to fire chiefs and first officers on navigating various employment-related issues they may encounter as part of their administrative duties. Presented by attorneys Martha Allee, Morris Hawk, Donald Jaffe, Jack Kluznik and Timothy Obringer, topics covered during the two-hour interactive […]

Have You Thought About Business Succession Planning Recently?

Posted on in Business, Estate, Trust & Probate, News
Have You Thought About Business Succession Planning Recently?

On Thursday, November 10, Weston Hurd LLP and Corrigan Krause CPAs launched their BRIGHT IDEA series (Informative Discussion. Exceptional Advice.) designed to address topics that are important to the well-being of a closely-held business. With two-thirds of businesses in the United States owned by entrepreneurs over the age of 50 and an estimated 10 million […]

TOKING ON THE FACTORY FLOOR: Do OSHA’s New Anti-Retaliation Rule and Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Law Mean That Employees Can Come to Work High?

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TOKING ON THE FACTORY FLOOR:  Do OSHA’s New Anti-Retaliation Rule  and Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Law  Mean That Employees Can Come to Work High?

The short answer is no.  But now that I have your attention . . . At Weston Hurd, we have been receiving many questions from employers about the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) new anti-retaliation rule and Ohio’s new medical marijuana law.  The majority of the questions are about the impact of these new […]