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The monthly podcast for the Ohio Association for Justice

Now most of our defendants are public agencies so we have the public records law in our favor, but there’s a lot of private vendors doing medical care in jails and other private defendants that we resist this with because if all this work and all this exposure of abuse and bad training and wrongful conduct gets swept under the rug just with the payment of a couple dollars we’re not doing our job and we fight very hard to make sure that the public learns what we’ve learned.

Police Misconduct Cases

Host Sean Harris talks with Cincinnati attorney and OAJ member Al Gerhardstein about police misconduct cases, specifically violations of the fourth amendment.

Police Misconduct Cases

Host Sean Harris talks with Cincinnati attorney and OAJ member Al Gerhardstein about police misconduct cases, specifically violations of the fourth amendment.

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So the federal regulations, it’s a book we call the watermelon book because it’s got a pink cover, but in there is contained all the regulations that govern life in a nursing home, from the temperature of the food in the dining room to the care that should be given to the qualifications and the staff that works there. So the nursing home case is one where you have to be very familiar with the federal regulations.

Understanding the Basics of Nursing Home Litigation

Host Sean Harris talks with Cleveland attorney and OAJ member Nancy Iler about nursing home litigation.

Understanding the Basics of Nursing Home Litigation

Host Sean Harris talks with Cleveland attorney and OAJ member Nancy Iler about nursing home litigation.

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Well, the medical world, that is the Ohio State Medical Association representing physicians and the Ohio Hospital Association are promoting legislation to make some changes in our current medical negligence law, House Bill 7, which has ten provisions, is known as the bill that amends the apology statute. It would amend our current apology statute by making…

An Update from the Ohio Statehouse

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ’s Executive Director, John Van Doorn, about legislation pending in the Ohio Statehouse.

An Update from the Ohio Statehouse

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ’s Executive Director, John Van Doorn, about legislation pending in the Ohio Statehouse.

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