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Category Archives: Employment Lawyers

“What Every Employer Should Know About Employee Leaves of Absences”

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Mary Jane Trapp will be speaking at this Geauga Growth Partnership event on July 21st. The event is free, but registration is required. http://www.news-herald.com/business/20170630/geauga-growth-partnership-workshop-on-july-21-to-focus-on-employee-leaves-of-absences    

The attorneys at Thrasher, Dinsmore & Dolan can assist entrepreneurs with all phases of a new business start-up. 

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We are pleased to feature one of our new clients, Mademoiselle Wigs, LLC, a local, woman-owned enterprise. Here is owner Sandra Grimaldi’s story. Mademoiselle Wigs was created to provide a personal service to women dealing with hair loss due to the side effects of medication, chemotherapy, illness,...

NEW UNION PERSUADER RULES UNVEILED – WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

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Since 1959, employers have been required to file a report with the United States Department of Labor if they engage a third party, such as a consultant or attorney, to persuade employees concerning collective bargaining rights.  Most often, employers engage consultants during union campaigns in an effort...

Chemical Solvents, Inc. and Turn-to Transport, LLC and Teamsters Local Union 507, a/w International Brotherhood of Teamsters

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Thrasher, Dinsmore and Dolan recently played a role in a significant labor law decision issued by the National Labor Relations Board.  The decision,  entitled Chemical Solvents, Inc. and Turn-to Transport, LLC and Teamsters Local Union 507, a/w International Brotherhood of Teamsters,  was issued Aug....

The Family Medical Leave Act and Same-Sex Marriages

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Employers with fifty or more employees should be aware of recent changes made to the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”).  The FMLA allows eligible employees to take up to twelve weeks of unpaid leave in a twelve month period in certain situations.  One of the reasons an employee may take FMLA leave...

Insurance Coverage for Employer Liability? Buyer Beware of the Exclusions.

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Insurance Coverage for Employer Liability?  Buyer Beware of the Exclusions. John R. Liber, II Partner Thrasher, Dinsmore & Dolan, a Legal Professional Association In the recent case of Hoyle v. DTJ Enterprises, Inc., Slip Opinion No. 2015-Ohio-843, the Ohio Supreme Court held that an insurance company...