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Combatting the Risks of Departing Employees Part Four:  Tort Claims

In this series on combatting the risks of departing employees, Faruki attorneys have examined how Ohio is an at-will employment state, when.. Read More

Preliminary Injunctions in Recent Ohio Non-Compete Cases

Non-compete agreements are a powerful tool for businesses to protect their interests when employment relationships end. Although their treatment.. Read More

New Ruling Limits When Officials Can Block Constituents on Social Media

Public officials often rely on social media to connect with their constituents. Platforms like Facebook and Twitter offer unparalleled opportunities.. Read More

As More Ohio Law Enforcement Agencies Use Bodycams, How Is the Law Keeping Up?

Following a national trend, law enforcement agencies across Ohio are outfitting their officers with body-worn cameras, also known as "bodycams.".. Read More

Supreme Court Holds "Content-Based" Sign Code Unconstitutional; What Laws Are Next?

This past June, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a little-noticed, but major First Amendment decision in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, 135 S. Ct. 2218.. Read More

Recent Commentary on Cybersecurity by Ron Raether and Scot Ganow

On September 2, FIC partner Ron Raether spoke at the Cyber Security Forum hosted by the Cincinnati Business Courier. Ron and fellowFarukiattorney.. Read More

Can Florida Ban Attorneys from Advertising Past Results?

In an era when toddler birthday parties are inspired by commercials for personal injury lawyers, it can be easy to forget that just a few decades.. Read More

As Police Begin to Wear Body Cameras, Can They Deny Access to Footage?

Last summer a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri fatally shot Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager. The incident sparked a nationwide debate.. Read More
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