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>Spotlight: Brian Gannon

Brian concentrates his practice in the areas of medical malpractice and health care law, serving the legal needs of physicians, hospitals and other medical professionals. His performance has earned him the honor of being named an Ohio Rising Star several years in a row.

Articles & Publications

  • Year: 2015
Date Subject Practice Area Attorney(s)
12/15/2015
Permanent Total Disability Disallowed for 26 year-old claimant by virtue of low back injury
12/1/2015
Achieving a Better Life Experience Act of 2014
10/29/2015
More Than Violation Needed in Class Action Under OCSPA
10/1/2015
The Affordable Care Act: Exchanges & Tax Credits In The Supreme Court’s King v. Burrell  Decision 
9/16/2015
Uber Drives Insurance Industry to Innovate
9/1/2015
Managing the Transition from One Broker-Dealer to Another
8/17/2015
Out of state choice of law clause was void and unenforceable under Ohio Revised Code §4113.62(D) regarding construction contracts performed in Ohio.
8/7/2015
Stephen Walters Featured in Attorney at Law Magazine as Attorney of the Month
7/1/2015
An Employer May Have An Obligation to Offer An Accommodation to a Job Applicant Even If the Applicant Does Not Ask For the Accommodation
6/29/2015
Managing FMLA Leave Not as Easy as One Would Think
6/26/2015
Products Liability Summer 2015 Newsletter
6/11/2015
“Accountant or Chef: Being Vigilant for Client Employees that are ‘Cooking the Books’”
6/7/2015
Irrespective of multiple workers’ compensation claims, Industrial Commission has discretion to grant Permanent Total Disability without apportionment
6/1/2015
Update on the Uniform Fiduciary Standard
6/1/2015
Effective Handling of Employee Complaints 
6/1/2015
Mitigation of Damages Defense Against Title VII Wrongful Termination Claim and the Effect of Claimant’s Termination from Interim Employer 
6/1/2015
Accommodations In The Work Place: Disability And Religion 
6/1/2015
An Employee’s Willful Underreporting of Hours Worked Is Not a Defense to a Claim under the FLSA, But The Determination of Hours Worked Cannot Be Based On Generalized Testimony 
6/1/2015
Employee or Independent Contractor? Crucial Determinations in the Age of FLSA Class Actions and the Affordable Care Act’s Employer Mandate  
6/1/2015
Criminal and Credit Background Checks Must Be Carefully Utilized By Employers  
4/15/2015
An Interview with Julie Drellishak-Marketing for Modern Lawyers; Attorney at Law Magazine Spring 2015 Edition
4/1/2015
Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana Join the Movement to "Ban the Box" on Job Applications
4/1/2015
Breaking Down a Trust Dispute
3/31/2015
Bad Faith Claims Can Be Maintained Absent Policy Coverage
3/31/2015
Definition of “Medical Claim” Includes Long Term Care Facilities
3/11/2015
“Ethical Issues in the Representation of Clients who Exhibit Diminished Capacity.” 
2/18/2015
Navigating a Regulatory Investigation
2/15/2015
FMCSA CSA Program – What it means for you and your clients
2/12/2015
Introduction of Medicaid’s Super Lien and Other Recovery Efforts
2/10/2015
Reminger Co., LPA Retail & Hospitality Newsletter Winter 2015
1/27/2015
The Affordable Care Act: Recent Developments