Monthly News For January, 2019

Cornelius O’Sullivan Joins Weston Hurd

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Cornelius O’Sullivan Joins Weston Hurd

Weston Hurd LLP is pleased to announce that Cornelius J. (Corky) O’Sullivan has joined the firm as a Partner after spending nearly 15 years as a Senior Litigation Attorney with CNA Ins. Co. Corky has more than 25 years of legal experience with over 20 years in civil litigation. He routinely handles large loss matters and has tried […]

#MeToo! Coverage for Workplace Claims

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#MeToo! Coverage for Workplace Claims

Weston Hurd partner, John Farnan presented “#MeToo! Coverage for Workplace Claims” at the Akron Bar Association’s Advanced Issues in Insurance Coverage Seminar on January 29 and the OACTA Insurance Coverage Seminar on April 12. John addressed coverage for workplace harassment, discrimination and other employment related claims under Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) as well as typical CGL […]

STATUS OF OHIO STATUTE OF REPOSE

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STATUS OF OHIO STATUTE OF REPOSE

The following is a summary of the current status of the Ohio Construction Statute of Repose R.C. 2305.131 (“SOR”). Briefs have been filed by parties as well as numerous Amicus briefs filed on behalf of interested parties. The Ohio Supreme Court has set oral argument for March 5, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. It is expected a ruling […]

WESTON HURD RECOGNIZED BY U.S. NEWS-BEST LAWYERS “BEST LAW FIRMS” 2019

WESTON HURD RECOGNIZED BY U.S. NEWS-BEST LAWYERS “BEST LAW FIRMS” 2019

WESTON HURD IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ITS RECOGNITION BY U.S. NEWS – BEST LAWYERS® “BEST LAW FIRMS” AS A 2019 METROPOLITAN TIER 1 FIRM IN CLEVELAND FOR: Commercial Litigation Insurance Law Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants Nationally, Weston Hurd is recognized as a National Tier 3 firm in Insurance Law. Regionally, the firm has been […]

RECENT SALES TAX CASE SHOULD CAUSE REEXAMINATION

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RECENT SALES TAX CASE SHOULD CAUSE REEXAMINATION

Businesses of all sorts provide “free” promotional items to their clients and customers. When businesses purchase these promotional items from vendors to be used as giveaways, they may or may not be paying Ohio sales tax on the items. A recent Ohio Supreme Court case indicates that businesses might not be obligated to pay sales […]