In a decision that will significantly impact Ohio employers, the Tenth District Court of Appeals has ruled that workers’ compensation claimants are entitled to temporary total disability benefits even if terminated for cause. In State ex rel. Autozone Stores, Inc. v. Industrial Commission, 2023-Ohio-633, the Tenth District issued Ohio’s first appellate review of R.C. 4123.56(F), which went into effect in 2020. R.C. 4123...
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Since our establishment in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1908, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP has provided quality legal counsel to our clients enabling them to accomplish more. In recent years, our practice has grown into a national firm that services clients from coast-to-coast, as well as internationally. Today's full-service practice, with more than 750 attorneys, continues the standards established by our founding partners over a decade ago, which are efficient, cost-effective and comprehensive solutions for clients.
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Deja Vu or a Glitch in the Matrix: The End of the Public Health Emergency
Prepare for another big shift in health care operations. On January 30, 2023, President Joe Biden announced he would not extend the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) beyond its current expiration date of May 11. The PHE was declared by former President Donald Trump in March of 2020 as COVID-19 began to spread around the nation. The waivers and other regulatory changes instituted in its wake have impacted nearly every facet of health care services. The expiration of the PHE will bring about the termination of several policy waivers and discretionary enforcement that have expanded federal health care programs, payments, and prescribing flexibilities to millions of Americans...
Dinsmore Litigation Team Defeats $23 Million Breach of Contract Lawsuit, Wins Damages
Recently, a litigation team led by San Diego-based Dinsmore partner Joe Leventhal and attorney Caroline Massey successfully defeated a $23 million breach of contract lawsuit on behalf of Dinsmore clients, Milacron Marketing Company LLC and Milacron LLC. The favorable jury verdict was announced after just 2.5 hours of deliberation following the eight-day trial. The lawsuit was initially filed by Bomatic Incorporated, claiming that a machine sold to it by Milacron did not work. Bomatic was seeking over $23 million in damages, as well as relief from any demands to pay for the product. Milacron countersued for payment for the machine...
Colorado Super Lawyers Recognizes Three Dinsmore Attorneys on 2023 List
Dinsmore is pleased to announce that three attorneys from the Firm’s Denver office have been named to the 2023 Colorado Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. Michael Paul, Dinsmore’s office managing partner in Denver, makes the list as a Super Lawyer for the fourth consecutive year. Partner Kelley Albright (Shirk) has been named a Rising Star for the second year in a row alongside Kevin Poyner, who makes his debut on the Rising Stars list. Dinsmore has emerged as a leader in Colorado’s legal market, specifically in the construction industry, and continues to add talent to the Denver office to better serve long-term and future clients in and around the state...