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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

Date Subject Practice Area Attorney(s)
6/2019
How the "Case-within-a-Case" Component of a Legal Malpractice Claim Can Help (or Hurt) Both Sides
6/2019
Current State of Medical Marijuana in Ohio
Spring 2019
Recent Trends in Employment Arbitration: What Employers Need to Know in 2019
5/2019
Detangling Liablity in Ridesharing Accidents
4/2019
Failure to consult urologist at heart of case
4/18/2019
Is Summary Judgment Still Possible in Kentucky?
4/18/2019
Anti-Poaching Agreements: The Good, the Bad and What’s to Come
4/18/2019
Slippery Business – The Continued Vitality of the Tracked-In Water Defense in Ohio
4/18/2019
Electronically Stored Evidence + Spoliation of Evidence = Retailers Have a Duty to Preserve  
3/2019
Undetected kidney tumor leads to lawsuit
3/8/2019
Our Diversity Career Fair and Minority Clerkship Program Offer Unique Recruiting Opportunities Right Here in Cleveland-Get Involved Now 
3/8/2019
Is It Your First Time Having a Client under Investigation by FINRA?
3/2019
Rebuttable Presumption in Ohio Workers' Compensation Claims
3/2/2019
Five Common Overtime Mistakes Employers Need to Avoid
3/2019
Can You Tell the Difference Between Mere Employee Griping and Legally-Protected Activity? A Recent NLRB Ruling Provides Some Guidance
3/2019
Adding Injury to Insult: Litigating and Planning with In-Terrorem Clauses in Ohio
2/18/2019
Tips for navigating the changing landscape of noncompete agreements in adviser recruiting
2/2019
Representing Clients With Diminished Capacity
2/6/2019
Current Developments in the SEC's 12b-1 Initiative
2/2019
Application of Caps on Non-Economic Damages in State and Federal Employment Claims
2/2019
Avoiding the (Albeit Rare) Claim of Male Sex Discrimination in the Workplace
2/2019
Avoiding Sexual Harassment Claims in the New World of the #MeToo Movement
2/2019
Recent Trends in Employment Arbitration: What Employers Need to Know Going Into 2019
2/2019
Effectively Terminating the Attorney-Client Relationship: Local Rules Do Not Control
1/2019
#MeToo - Protecting Your Employees and Your Business
1/2019
Five New Year’s Resolutions for HR Professionals
1/28/2019
Does the Government Shutdown Impact My Obligations to the EEOC: An Employer’s Guide
1/2019
Best Practices for Anticipating and Accommodating Religious Observances
1/2019
Radiology report errors prove costly
12/2018
The VA Pension Benefit
12/13/2018
Ohio Has Legalized Marijuana for Medical Usage Only
12/13/2018
Marijuana Is Still Illegal Under Federal Law
12/13/2018
The EEOC Has Not Published Guidance on Employee Use of Recreational or Medical Marijuana
12/13/2018
In Ohio, Using Medical Marijuana Is Not Protected Activity Under Discrimination Statutes
12/13/2018
Employers Should Have Explicit Drug Testing Policies That Address Marijuana
12/13/2018
The Top Three Ways To Transform Your Employee Handbook From An Asset To A Liability
12/13/2018
Social Media – The Unruly Teenager Whose Growing Pains Continue to Challenge Employment Lawyers and HR Professionals
11/2018
Settlement Agreements – What Happens When Undisclosed Information Comes to Light
10/26/2018
Cultural Intelligence in Negotiation and Settlement
10/2018
Delayed abscess Dx results in paralysis
8/2018
Arbitration in Class Action Wage and Hour Cases: An Overview
8/2018
Wrong antibiotic leads to $250K lawsuit
8/2018
Changes to the EEOC’s Pay Data Reporting Requirements  
8/2018
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Rejects EEOC’s Position That an Extended Leave of Absence Is a Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA
8/2018
Non-Competition Agreement Enforceability in Ohio and Beyond
8/2018
Murkiness Abounds Regarding the Extent of Title VII’s Application to Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace