Metropreneurial Legal Insights

Metropreneurial Legal Insights

One of the defining characteristics of employment law is that in many respects it is sometimes hard to have the unambiguous answers business people want – entirely reasonably – in order to make decisions and plan their...
The fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic cannot be understated. Businesses, more than ever before, need to tap into all potential sources of revenue and cut costs as much as possible to operate during and beyond this pandemic....
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to create uncertainty for businesses. Industries currently most impacted by the coronavirus include restaurants, entertainment venues, hospitality and airlines. Many companies’ goal at this point is simply to stay in business over the...
While health and safety appropriately remain the top concern with COVID-19, economic impacts such as business interruptions and insurance questions will certainly follow. Businesses should assess their risk of injury and loss, including the recoverability of losses under...
Should your business try to minimize what it spends on lawyers so it can direct its resources towards its business objectives? You bet.   But minimizing your legal spend may not be the same as minimizing...
When it comes to employment law, Ohio is not as progressive as many other states, and it sometimes takes several years for change to come to Ohio. While this is not always ideal for employees, it has...
I keep seeing the same employee: feels he has been mistreated by the employer, nothing the employer can say or do will change that, sends lengthy and agitated communications to multiple people, and is not specifically threatening, but...
Few lawsuits end with a trial. Trials require significant expense and preparation, come with varying degrees of uncertainty regarding the outcome, and generally exist in a public forum. Instead, litigants and courts tend to favor settlements to...

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