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>Spotlight: Erin Hess

Erin focuses her practice on health care law, medical malpractice, physician and hospital liability and long term care liability. She has extensive trial experience, having tried over 45 medical malpractice and long term care jury trials throughout Northeast Ohio. 

Reminger Reports

Date Subject Practice Area Attorney(s)
4/10/2019
U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Trucking Companies Cannot Use Arbitration Clauses to Avoid Lawsuits from Independent Contractor Drivers
3/25/2019
Indiana Owner of Hard-Headed Ram Must Face Premises Liability Claim
3/5/2019
Ohio Supreme Court Recognizes “Impossibility” as an Affirmative Defense to VSSR Claims
2/18/2019
When Does an Age Discrimination Claim Begin to Age? Eighth District Clarifies Statute of Limitations Analysis for Ohio Age Discrimination Claims
2/13/2019
Specific Laws with Express Provisions Prohibiting Retaliation are Required in Ohio Wrongful Discharge Claims in Violation of Public Policy
1/22/2019
Malpractice by Any Other Name Still Constitutes Malpractice
1/9/2019
Indiana Upholds Defense Based on a Sudden Medical Emergency
12/12/2018
Attorney Fees Not Recoverable in Claim for Legal Malpractice
11/29/2018
Keeping the Gatekeeper at the Gate:  Overcoming the 10th District’s Recent Decision that Could Remove the Teeth from Rule 10(D)(2)’s Affidavit of Merit Requirement
11/15/2018
Kentucky Supreme Court Holds that the Kentucky Medical Review Panel Act is Unconstitutional
11/13/2018
Indiana Supreme Court Finds Proven Misuse a Complete Defense to Product Liability Claim
10/17/2018
The Ups and Downs in Ladder Litigation: Inherently Dangerous Activity, Open and Obvious, and the Active Participation Doctrine
10/11/2018
Ohio Supreme Court Rules That Construction Defects in the Work of Subcontractors Are Not Covered Under a CGL Policy
10/8/2018
Quitting While on Temporary Total Disability: Not So Fast, My Friend
9/5/2018
The Ohio Supreme Court Confirms that the Ohio Saving Statute Does Not Apply to Actions Previously Commenced in Another State Court or in a Federal Court Located in Another State
8/27/2018
In Ohio, Electronic Classrooms Must Demonstrate Actual Student Participation To Receive Funding
8/13/2018
Indiana School Ordered to Allow Transgender Teen to Use Boys’ Bathroom
8/6/2018
Revisiting and Rethinking Confidentiality Clauses in Ohio Settlement Agreements
7/25/2018
Roadside Foliage Obstructing a Stop Sign – Is A City Liable?  A Case of First Impression
7/10/2018
The Ohio Supreme Court Deals a Heavy Blow to the Use of the Delayed-Damage Rule Against Insurance Agents in Professional Liability Actions
6/29/2018
Court of Appeals Holds a Wrongful Death Claim Arising from Medical Care is Subject to Statute of Repose for Medical Claims
6/26/2018
Voluntary Abandonment in Ohio: How a Minor Violation is Causing a Major Problem for Employers
6/6/2018
Reminger Attorneys Win Supreme Court of Ohio Appeal to Prevent Imprudent Expansion of the Spoliation Tort
6/6/2018
Ohio Supreme Court Decision on Workers' Compensation Subrogation is Favorable for Self-Insured Employers but Creates Potential Problems for Insurance Carriers