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The Precedential Value of Ohio Court Opinions Under the Ohio Supreme Court's Reporting Rules

The Georgia Court of Appeals recently decided to put an end to one of its old and unusual rules regarding the precedential value of certain of its.. 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

Collision on the 101: Federal Circuit Ruling Reveals Sharp Split in Views on the Patent Eligibility Test

On July 31, an evenly-divided Federal Circuit Court of Appeals declined to review en banc the controversial decision in American Axle & Mfg., Inc. v... Read More

Faruki PLL Partners Named 2021 Best Lawyers in America®

Jeffrey Ireland and Jeffrey Cox have been selected for the 2021 edition of Best Lawyers in America® for their work in a variety of practice areas. .. Read More

Federal Court Enforces Florida Anti-SLAPP Statute Against Defamation Claims Filed "Without Merit"

Dozens of states have passed Anti-SLAPP (Anti-"Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation") laws to discourage meritless defamation claims (or.. Read More

Ruth Kelly Recognized As Adoption Fellow in the Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys

Ruth T. Kelly, an attorney of Faruki PLL, has been named an Adoption Fellow in the Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys ("AAAA")... Read More

Erin Rhinehart Named to Benchmark Litigation's 'Under 40 Hot List'

Erin Rhinehart, a partner at Faruki PLL, has again been added to Benchmark Litigation’s “Under 40 Hot List”.  The “Under 40 Hot List” honors the.. Read More

Oh Bend and Snap! Reese Witherspoon and Company Draper James Are Sued

As those of you who have seen the movie “Legally Blonde” may remember, when Reese Witherspoon’s character Elle Woods takes over as lead defense.. Read More

Supreme Court Expands 'Ministerial Exception' to Employment Discrimination Laws

Earlier this term, the Supreme Court clarified that employment decisions based on "[a]n individual's homosexuality or transgender status" are.. Read More

Court Dismisses Complaint Against Tweet About Lincoln Memorial

The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky recently granted a motion to dismiss a complaint brought by a group of.. Read More
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