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Surprising Discrimination v. Immunity Decision

On August 28, 2014, the Ohio Supreme Court found that a supervisor in the Dayton Police Department was immune from liability for employment discrimination suits.  Hauser v. City of Dayton Police Dept. The Court’s decision will eliminate or greatly limit … Continue reading
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DBA Annual Meeting – Recognition

Attorney Brian Wildermuth was nominated to the Dayton Bar Foundation on June 13, 2014, at the Annual Meeting for the Dayton Bar Association.  The Foundation is the charitable arm of the DBA and serves various purposes, including the promotion of the … Continue reading
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Public Records Decision: Consideration of Performance Evaluations

By Tabitha Justice On May 30, 2014, the Second District Court of Appeals issued a public records decision that should be given close consideration by all local government entities.  The full decision can be found on the Ohio Supreme Court’s … Continue reading
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Nick Subashi Scores Trial Win

Nick Subashi successfully defended a personal injury lawsuit this week in the Miami County Court of Common Pleas.  His client was a teenage girl who lost control of her vehicle while driving on a wet roadway and struck the plaintiff’s … Continue reading
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Ohio State Bar Foundation

On May 27, 2014, Attorney Brian Wildermuth began his induction year into the Ohio State Bar Foundation, during which he will engage in community projects and volunteer his time in support of the OSBF’s work.  The official nomination occurred at … Continue reading
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Dayton's 40 under 40

On May 22, 2014, the Dayton Business Journal held its 40-under-40 awards banquet.  Attorney Anne Keeton and her husband, Mark, were both honored to receive this award on the same evening.  The 40-under-40 Award recognizes young professionals who are not … Continue reading
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CLE on Mediation

On May 13, 2014, Attorney Lauren Epperley and Magistrate Robert F. Cowdrey presented a CLE at the Dayton Bar Association about mediations.  The one-hour presentation discussed mediation from the perspective of the mediator, plaintiff’s attorney, and defense attorney.  During the … Continue reading
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OSBA Convention - Federal Courts and Practice Seminar

On May 2, 2014, Attorney Tabitha Justice was a panelist in a federal practice seminar at the Ohio State Bar Association’s annual convention.  The topic of discussion was a comparison between the legal practice in federal and state courts.  The … Continue reading
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Directed Verdict

On April 30, 2014, Attorneys Nick Subashi and Tabitha Justice obtained a directed verdict in the trial of a property damage case.  The case involved the installation of flexible gas pipe known as CSST.  The client was an HVAC professional … Continue reading
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“Oh No, Not Medicare” – Addressing Medicare in Personal Injury Settlements

By Lauren K. Epperley Settling personal injury cases seems simple enough once you get past that pesky question of how much money will be paid in exchange for a release.  If Medicare is involved, however, the parties must give consideration … Continue reading
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Real Property Valuation Complaints: Redefining “Recent”

By Andrew Rudloff The Ohio Supreme Court has long recognized that, once a party produces evidence of a “recent” sale in an arm’s-length transaction, the sale price is presumed to be the true value of the property.  The opposing party … Continue reading
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Dayton Chapter of the Federal Bar Association Selects Anne Keeton As New Board Member

Anne Keeton has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Dayton Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. The mission of the Dayton Chapter of the FBA is to advance the profession and science of jurisprudence and to … Continue reading
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Appellate Victory – School Law

On March 28, 2014, the Second District Court of Appeals affirmed summary judgment in favor of a high school nurse and assistant principal sued by a student and her family. S&W Attorneys Nick Subashi and Anne Keeton defended the school … Continue reading
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Presentation on School Safety Plans

On March 28, 2014, Nick Subashi spoke at the Ohio School Board Association’s Cyberlaw Seminar.  He discussed Ohio’s requirements for school safety and crisis management plans and how schools can be made safer through the use of technology. SeeMaking Schools … Continue reading
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School Safety Plans: In Brief

By: Anne Keeton, Esq. Ohio law requires that the boards of education of all public schools and chartered non-public schools develop a comprehensive school safety plan and floor plan for each school building under the board of education’s jurisdiction or … Continue reading
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