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The monthly podcast for the Ohio Association for Justice

We meet face to face and we talk about everything logistically and I start from whose going to be our mediator, to what are you going to wear, to what is the expectation, to the client understanding that this is not a court proceeding, this is a confidential conference that we have by agreement of parties, no one is making you do anything you don’t want to do, and you have to agree that you will accept an offer and resolve your case. I think all that needs to be explained to the clients so they know what they are going into.

Cases and Clients That are Best for Mediation

Host Sean Harris talks with plaintiff attorney, Eleana Drakatos, about what cases and clients are best for mediation.

Cases and Clients That are Best for Mediation

Host Sean Harris talks with plaintiff attorney, Eleana Drakatos, about what cases and clients are best for mediation.

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Well, I think some of the darkest days of Insurance law here in Ohio and across the country for that matter are kind of behind us, and we have been in the dark days of insurance law for about the last decade or so, and I am hopefully optimistic that we can see light at the end of the tunnel, and I am just now starting to get excited again that I can actually do some help for my clients and I think that all of us lawyers are going to be back in the saddle so to speak, and being able to actually do some good for our clients and let them walk away with the biggest piece of the pie when all things are said and done.

Ohio Insurance Law: A Throwback Perspective on the Past, Present & Future

Host Sean Harris talks with plaintiff attorney and OAJ’s Insurance Law Section Chair, Bob Kerpsack, about his recent article, Ohio Insurance Law: A Throwback Perspective on the Past, Present & Future.

Ohio Insurance Law: A Throwback Perspective on the Past, Present & Future

Host Sean Harris talks with plaintiff attorney and OAJ’s Insurance Law Section Chair, Bob Kerpsack, about his recent article, Ohio Insurance Law: A Throwback Perspective on the Past, Present & Future.

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In Ohio, under the minimum wage, once you show a minimum wage violation it’s automatically treble damages and that’s automatically three years, you don’t have to do anything other than show the violation. So for Ohio protections with respect to minimum wage we are probably one of the best states for minimum wage, and we are even on the over time. 

Part I: A Primer on Wage and Hour Cases

In part one of this podcast, host Sean Harris talks with plaintiff attorney and OAJ past president Bob DeRose about the law on wage and hour cases.

Part I: A Primer on Wage and Hour Cases

In part one of this podcast, host Sean Harris talk with plaintiff attorney and OAJ past President Bob DeRose about the law on wage and hour cases.

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