Drones are taking center stage as valuable tools for a variety of industries. As drone usage increases, so do the legal concerns. This Resource Center highlights the regulatory discussions surrounding unmanned aerial system (UAS) activity and the future of commercial drone use. For more information, please visit our Drone Resource Center.
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DOL’s notice to suspend fiduciary rule to be reviewed by OBM
Debt buyers beware: SCOTUS will decide if the FDCPA applies to you
Opportunity to participate in property tax valuation appeals
Newly established FAA Drone Advisory Committee holds inaugural meeting
New FAA rules just the beginning for drone regulation
School lead sampling grants available
IRS issues new safe harbor provisions for management contracts
DOL releases long-awaited final rule
Big oil going high tech
Who owns the air?
Insurance providers investigate drone operation
Court permits pipeline company to access private property
Somebody registered my trademark! Now what?
Ohio Attorney General releases 2015 Yellow Book
Governor Kasich presents annual State of the State Address
HB 10: New continuing education requirements for fiscal officers
AG report shows benefit of incentive compliance efforts
Ohio NCA pilot program scheduled to expire
COST Issues 2014 Report on State and Local Tax Burden
Fax class has a blast, still standing
Ohio Attorney General releases 2014 Yellow Book
A tale of two pizza makers
Impact of the solvent wipe rule in Ohio
2013 end of year review: Important pipeline decisions from FERC
Stammco: A Primer on the New Era of the Ohio Class Action
New Ethics Rule Clarifies Payment of Travel Expenses
SEC fines municipal issuer for misleading investors
U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Greenhouse Gas Appeals
Demand Response reaches all-time high in PJM
A Sole Shareholder Rolls the Dice and Loses Big
Bipartisan energy efficiency bill arrives to U.S. Senate floor
How to Power Up Your Non-Compete Agreements
A Cell Phone, a Dead Woman, and a Fired Employee
U.S. Supreme Court Issues Decisions that Favor Employers
Think Your Business is Covered? Think Again
The Power of Intent When Forming a Contract
Can You Inadvertently Cancel a Non-Competition Agreement?
Ohio Court Weighs In on CERCLA Contribution/Cost Recovery Debate
Lack of Injury Sinks Class Over Tainted Water Supply
The Top Ten Considerations in Advising Clients on Oil and Gas Leases
Class Counsel Files Brief Opposing Certiorari in Whirlpool Class Action
Are legal bills public records?
Ohio Supreme Court Clarifies Air Pollution Penalty Calculation
HO, HO . . . OHH! A Cyber Monday Data Privacy Class Action Review
Ohio Election Night Recap
The End of Incentive Agreements for Plaintiffs?
"Fiscal cliff" may cause subsidy bond payments to fall
Westerville Tax Repeal Issue Rejected by Ohio Supreme Court
New Jersey Home Lending Class Action: Remand Denied, Case Dismissed
"Trivial Harm" Class Actions and the de minimus Doctrine
U.S. Department of Education Issues New FERPA Regulations
Fail-Safe Definition Dooms State Wage And Hour Class
An Overview of the FLSA "Collective Action"
Utica and Marcellus shale development for Ohio schools
Individual Inquiry Dooms Class Certification
No Harm, No Class: Damage Element Still Standing in Sixth Circuit
Ohio Construction Reform
“Operational independence” update: Attorney General issues opinion
“Operational independence” status report
The HIPAA Resource Center provides links to the statutes, regulations and various other HIPAA related resources, as well as our subscription HIPAA Privacy and Security Compliance and Audit Program. For more information, please visit our HIPAA Resource Center.
This resource center sets forth the statutes, regulations and other documentation regarding Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse. Information includes the Stark anti-referral requirements and general anti-kickback information. For more information, please visit our Medicare/Medicaid Fraud & Abuse Resource Center.
A collection of documentation related to Title IX issues on college campuses and education environments. For more information, please visit our Title IX Resource Center.
The enormous potential of shale in Ohio and its contiguous states is creating a regional oil and gas “gold rush." This resource center includes a comprehensive array of resources discussing the opportunities, challenges and complexities associated with development of the Utica and Marcellus Shale. For more information, please visit our Shale Resource Center.
This online resource contains up-to-date information on the Ohio budget for fiscal years 2018 and 2019 as it moves through the Ohio General Assembly. Information on the previous two budget cycles is also available. For more information, please visit our State of Ohio Budget Resource Center.
Collaborating with government entities and private developers to build and implement creative strategies that promote investment, create jobs and enhance communities. For more information, please visit our DevelopOhio Resource Center.
This compilation of information about the Ohio legislature includes general resources and overviews of pending and enacted legislation related to the education, energy and environment, public sector, health care and insurance industries. For more information, please visit our 132nd General Assembly 2017-18 Resource Center.
Bricker & Eckler is a leader in property assessed clean energy (PACE) Financing and its implementation in Ohio. PACE laws allows property owners to borrow money through governmental loans or bonds to pay for energy improvements to their properties. The resource center explains energy SIDs and PACE financing and demonstrates how these tools can help local governments, industries, businesses or homeowners how to achieve their green energy goals. For more information, please visit our Energy SIDs & PACE Financing Resource Center.
This landmark case, which took place from 1991 to 2003, plays a critical role in the way schools are funded. Because Bricker & Eckler represented the plaintiff's in this case, a detailed timeline and related information is available, describing this important decision. For more information, please visit our DeRolph v. State of Ohio Resource Center.
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