Transgender Student Case Makes Its Way To The United States Supreme Court

The national debate regarding transgender students' rights and the obligations of school districts has developed rapidly this year. Courts across the country, including in Ohio, have issued varied decisions on these issues and the United States Department of Education ("DOE") and the United States Department of Justice ("DOJ") have issued controversial guidance. On October 28, 2016, the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear the recent Fourth Circuit Gloucester County School Board v. GG case, regarding bathroom use policy in relation to a transgender student. So, clarification on some of the issues facing districts may be on the horizon. [More]

Criminal Liability arising from Drone Operations

In an article published in the September 2016 issue of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal and titled, "Criminal Liability arising from Drone Operations," Darrell A. Clay and Jessica Trivisonno asserted that drone users must operate their vehicles in a safe and lawful manner at all times, or else they may incur criminal liability for their actions. [More]

Criminal Liability arising from Drone Operations

In an article published in the September 2016 issue of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal and titled, "Criminal Liability arising from Drone Operations," Darrell A. Clay and Jessica Trivisonno asserted that drone users must operate their vehicles in a safe and lawful manner at all times, or else they may incur criminal liability for their actions. [More]