Episode One: Pending Before the Court, Part One

In our inaugural episode we talk about Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools, an education law case pending before the Supreme Court this term. What is the difference between IDEA and Section 504? What remedies are available to parents under these laws and how will the Court's decisions affect school districts? Can parents take claims straight to court and will this circumvent the administrative process? [More]

Airline Seats: Know Your (Limited) Rights

Social media exploded recently when a passenger aboard a United Airlines branded flight was forcibly removed from his seat by airport security, in part to make room for four airline employees who needed to be at the intended destination to crew another flight. (No doubt to the chagrin of United CEO Oscar Munoz because the fact that the flight was actually run by one of the airline's regional affiliates, Republic Airlines, was lost on the general public.) This raises the question: When you pay for your airline ticket, do you have a legal right to a seat on the airplane? [More]

Wolfe co-chairs statewide environmental seminar for the Ohio State Bar Association

On March 30-31, 2017, Leslie G. Wolfe co-chaired the 32nd Annual Ohio Environment, Energy and Resources Law Seminar sponsored by the Ohio State Bar Association. The event was held at Nationwide Hotel & Conference Center in Lewis Center, Ohio and was attended by over 200 environmental attorneys and professional consultants. Highlights included a keynote address by Ohio EPA Director Craig Butler, as well as presentations by other speakers on timely environmental issues, including Professor Jonathan Adler of Case Western Reserve University School of Law. [More]

Attorney reviewing Elyria's employee classifications

In an article published on March 29, 2017 in the Elyria newspaper, The Chronicle-Telegram, Susan Anderson was recognized for her work on behalf of the City of Elyria. In this article, reporter Lisa Roberson noted that Susan has been working to determine which city employees should fall under nonexempt status and, consequently, are eligible to receive overtime payments. [More]