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Long Overdue Increases to the Minimum Salary Threshold

14 June 2024
Jeffrey Geisinger
Long Overdue Increases to the Minimum Salary Threshold

Effective July 1, 2024, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) is increasing the minimum salary threshold for salaried employees.

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Ohio Supreme Court Further Erodes Injured Worker Rights and Benefits

05 April 2024
Shawn Scharf
Ohio Supreme Court Further Erodes Injured Worker Rights and Benefits

In a devastating decision for injured workers throughout Ohio, the Ohio Supreme Court on March 5, 2024 handed down State ex rel. Dillon v. Industrial Commission of Ohio.

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OHIO MINIMUM WAGE INCREASES TO $10.45 PER HOUR JANUARY 1, 2024

06 November 2023
Richard Bush
OHIO MINIMUM WAGE INCREASES TO $10.45 PER HOUR JANUARY 1, 2024

Most Ohio workers are covered by both federal and state minimum wage laws.

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Avoid Making These Mistakes If You Are Injured At Work

11 September 2023
Shawn Scharf
Avoid Making These Mistakes If You Are Injured At Work

In order to increase the likelihood your Workers’ Compensation claim is accepted, there are two items of utmost importance.

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Teachers obtain final judgment in backpay

12 June 2023
Jeffrey Geisinger
Teachers obtain final judgment in backpay

The Law Firm of Green Haines Sgambati L.P.A. has been honored to represent the Career and Technical Association (“CATA”) in its successful litigation against the Auburn Vocational School District Board of Education (“Board”).

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Important Facts about Non-Compete Agreements

01 May 2023
Richard Bush
Important Facts about Non-Compete Agreements

A non-compete agreement is a contract between an employer and an employee prohibiting or restricting the employee from directly or indirectly competing with the employer.

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Late Pay Triggers Damages Claims

22 July 2022
Richard Bush
Late Pay Triggers Damages Claims

Not getting paid ON TIME can result in bounced checks, late credit card and mortgage payments, bank fees, and other damages and hardship.

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Long Overdue Increases to the Minimum Salary Threshold

Effective July 1, 2024, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) is increasing the minimum salary threshold for salaried employees.

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WATCH OUT FOR AMBULANCE CHASERS

So, what is an “ambulance chaser?” Some use the term to refer to any personal injury lawyer, which is inaccurate and unfair.

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