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If You Can’t Say Anything Nice

Many people, young and old, rely on social media for day to day interactions with loved ones and even strangers. Facebook and Twitter have become micro journals, making thoughts open to share with friends and followers. Many workplaces limit what employees can post. Questions arise. Should family courts rely on statements a family member makes … Continued

CT Law expands

CT Law is pleased to announce attorneys Laura Hillerich and Lynne Longtin have joined the firm.

Ohio Supreme Court Rules on Workers’ Comp. Issue

The Ohio Supreme Court recently ruled on a case involving the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and an individual who was injured while working. In The State. Ex rel. Hildebrand, v. Wingate Transport, Inc., et al, the Appellant, Hildebrand injured his back while at work. His physician recommended work restrictions to avoid further injury.   … Continued

Cincinnati Proposes New Marijuana Expungement Law

In 2006, the City of Cincinnati passed an ordinance to create harsher punishments for possession of small amounts or marijuana. Rather than a minor misdemeanor for possession of less than one hundred grams, the punishment was a misdemeanor of the fourth degree. The amount of arrests rose considerably, and the city repealed the ordinance in … Continued

Reds Opening Day 2014

Crehan & Thumann, LLC will be hosting its third annual Opening Day Open House on March 31, 2014 starting at noon. Due to the streetcar construction, the parade has been slightly changed so it will not pass directly in front of our office, but just a short walk across Washington Park to Elm Street. Please … Continued