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Erin Rhinehart Again a Dayton Business Journal Power 50

Erin Rhinehart, a Partner at Faruki PLL, once again is named one of Dayton Business Journal's Power 50.  The Power 50 award highlights the top.. Read More

Home Depot v. Jackson: Further Refining Who Has the Power to Remove a Case to Federal Court (Authored by Faruki Summer Associate Raika N. Casey at rcasey@ficlaw.com)

The Supreme Court closed the door to removal to federal court for third-party counterclaim defendants.  Only the defendant the original plaintiff.. Read More

Supreme Court: Refusing to Register Offensive Trademarks Is Offensive to the First Amendment

In June of this year, in Iancu v. Brunetti, 139 S.Ct. 2294 (2019) the Supreme Court struck down the statutory prohibition on federal registration of.. Read More

Faruki Partner Erin Rhinehart Added to National List of Influencers

Erin has significant experience defending state and federal class actions, and frequently assists clients navigate a variety of contract issues (e.g... Read More

Faruki PLL Partner, Erin Rhinehart, Selected as Vice President of Ohio Women's Bar Association for 2019-2020

For the year 2019-2020, Erin Rhinehart has been selected as Vice President for the Ohio Women's Bar Association ("OWBA").  The OWBA was formed in.. Read More

Limiting the Kinship Preference in Foster to Adopt Situations

An unknown author said that "family is a little world created by love."  Does this comport with the old adage that "blood is thicker than water"? .. Read More

Faruki PLL Receives Ranking From Chambers USA

Faruki PLL has once again been ranked as a leading law firm by Chambers USA, one of the country's top legal guides.  Chambers' annual rankings are.. Read More

Rick Pitino's Lawsuit Against Louisville Could Set New Precedent on Contract Law

On November 30, 2017, Rick Pitino filed a lawsuit against the University of Louisville Athletic Association (the "ULAA").  Pitino filed the lawsuit.. Read More

Supreme Court: Like School on Saturday, an Ambiguous Arbitration Agreement Has No Class (Arbitration)

In Lamps Plus, Inc. v. Varela, No. 17-988 (Apr. 24, 2019), the Supreme Court held that because of the "fundamental" differences between individual.. Read More