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Still Standing: The Supreme Court Dismisses an Affordable Care Act Challenge on Standing Grounds

On June 17, 2021, the Supreme Court, in California, et al. v. Texas, et al., ruled on the third attempt to dismantle the Affordable Care Act ("ACA")... Read More

The Broader View of § 1447: The Court takes a More Expansive View of What Can Be Reviewed on An Appeal of a Remand Order

On May 17, 2021, the Court handed down a decision that will allow the federal circuit courts to review a wider array of issues in remand orders.  In .. Read More

Changes to Specific Jurisdiction: Court Makes a Minor Tweak, But Signals that Broader Change is a Matter of Time

Supreme Court opinions on civil procedure really only garner attention and excitement from a select group of lawyers and academics, but the opinion.. Read More

Market Manipulation and Its Band of (Not So) Merry Men: The Fallout From the Robinhood Trading Freeze

On January 28, 2021, Robinhood, an app used for buying and selling stocks, took the unusual step of suspending their customers' ability to buy shares.. Read More

COVID Shields: Governor Signs a New Law to Protect Health Care Providers and Businesses from Lawsuits Relating to COVID-19 Infections

On September 14, 2020, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed House Bill 606 (H.B. 606), aimed at protecting health care providers, businesses and other.. Read More

A Different Kind of COVID Protection: The Ohio Legislature Steps in to Protect Businesses from Lawsuits Relating to COVID-19 Infections

On May 28, 2020, the Ohio House of Representative passed House Bill 606 (H.B. 606), aimed at protecting businesses and health care providers from.. Read More

The Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act and COVID-19: Working With Your Customers and Remaining Compliant

As businesses work to operate in these trying times, a number of decisions have to be made that are outside those many businesses typically have.. Read More

Behr Asks High Court to Hear Challenge to Sixth Circuit Rule 23(c)(4) Decision

The United States Supreme Court has an opportunity this term to hear a case that may change the way litigants pursue class actions.  On the heels of.. Read More

U.S. Supreme Court to Consider Anew the Scope of Federal Court Removal Rights Available to Third-Party Counterclaim Defendants

The Supreme Court soon may make it easier for counterclaim defendants to remove a case to federal court.  The Supreme Court granted a writ of.. Read More

Sixth Circuit Rejects Challenge to Mandatory Arbitration of FLSA Claim

In keeping with the Supreme Court's holding in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, 138 S. Ct. 1612 (2018), the Sixth Circuit has rejected a challenge to.. Read More
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