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New Ebooks at the Law Library!

New Ebooks at the Law Library!

The Law Library has added new titles to our ebook collection from West Academic! Thanks to a very generous grant from the Statewide Consortium of Law Libraries, HCLL is now pleased to offer over 100 titles from West and Lexis […]
Friday Bill Round-Up: Bullies, Vicious Dogs and More

Friday Bill Round-Up: Bullies, Vicious Dogs and More

Each Friday, we highlight some of the bills and resolutions introduced in the Ohio Legislature in the past week. For question about these bills, or to see the full list, contact Laura Dixon-Caldwell. Animals HB 352-Dog Law Revision This bill would […]
$666 Is Not the Magic Number. Sixth Circuit Denies Law Prof’s Retaliation Claim.

$666 Is Not the Magic Number. Sixth Circuit Denies Law Prof’s Retaliation Claim.

This is one of those "stranger than fiction" stories perfectly timed as we move into the devilish Halloween season. On Tuesday, the Sixth Circuit ruled in Lifter v. Cleveland State University . The case involved law professor Sheldon Gelman, and his […]
Starting a new job: tips to survive as the new kid in the office

Starting a new job: tips to survive as the new kid in the office

Starting a new job can be terrifying. Exciting, sure, but mostly just terrifying. Even just knowing where the pens are kept and what to do if you run out of something takes time. The amount of effort that is required […]
Walk Like an Egyptian Away From Pyramid Schemes!

Walk Like an Egyptian Away From Pyramid Schemes!

If you’re like me, every time you log into your Facebook or Instagram account, you see friends advertising everything from leggings, to essential oils to nutritional shakes. Most of these ads not only sell products but encourage you to “join […]
Fall is the Season of Mystery: Book Recs

Fall is the Season of Mystery: Book Recs

The weather is getting cooler, the leaves are starting to change, the nights are getting longer. For me, this time of year always ushers in an intense desire to make a cup of tea, put on my flannel PJs and […]
Friday Bill Round Up: Business Courts, Pyramid Schemes and More

Friday Bill Round Up: Business Courts, Pyramid Schemes and More

Each Friday, we highlight some of the bills and resolutions introduced in the Ohio Legislature in the past week. For questions about these bills, or to see the full list, contact Laura Dixon-Caldwell. Business SB 184-Wind Farm Setback Requirements This bill […]
Remote depositions…the future is now

Remote depositions…the future is now

Ohio Civ R 30(B)(6) states  “The parties may stipulate or the court may upon motion order that a deposition be taken by telephone or other remote means. For purposes of this rule, Civ.R. 28, and Civ.R. 45(C), a deposition taken […]
Thursday Bill Round Up: Dogs on Patios and More

Thursday Bill Round Up: Dogs on Patios and More

Each Friday, we highlight some of the bills and resolutions introduced in the Ohio Legislature in the past week. Since I will be out on Friday, it's a day early. For questions about these bills, or to see the full […]
Friday Bill Round Up: Finances, Firearms, Shelter Pets and More

Friday Bill Round Up: Finances, Firearms, Shelter Pets and More

Each Friday, we highlight some of the bills and resolutions introduced in the Ohio Legislature in the past week. For question about these bills, or to see the full list, contact Laura Dixon-Caldwell. SB 181-Unpaid Municipal Garbage Fees- This bill would essentially […]