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Biologic dispute finds federal law pre-empts California state law claims

In our prior article, “Sandoz v. Amgen: A landmark ruling, but state law claims still undecided” (Dec. 13), we discussed the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision relating to the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act and certain state law issues that were remanded to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circui ... (full story)


Law Bulletin: Networking tips to boost originations

As you’re building or rewriting your business development plan for 2018, it might make sense to look at where improvements and efficiencies can be made. One critical area that’s typically overlooked is networking. Any networking event you attend or coffee meeting you conduct can sap away your time at lightning speed. Her ... (full story)


Common pleas court administrative and presiding judges named

AKRoN––The Summit County Court of Common Pleas General Division judges nominated and approved Judge Amy Corrigall Jones to serve a second term as administrative judge in 2018.
The administrative judge is responsible for and exercises control over the administration, docket, and calendar of the general division of th ... (full story)


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Cordray, Sutton to merge Ohio governor bids

Cordray, Sutton to merge Ohio governor bids

COLUMBUS (AP) — Former federal consumer watchdog Richard Cordray joined forces with former congresswoman and Obama-era official Betty Sutton last Wednesday in the race for Ohio governor, a Democrat close to the campaign told The Associated Press.
The move comes as Democrats position to win back control of the key battlegrou ... (full story)


Lawsuit challenges 'racial quota' in marijuana program

COLUMBUS (AP) — A company that wasn't chosen for Ohio's new medical marijuana program filed a lawsuit against the state claiming it was bumped because of "an unconstitutional racial quota."
There were 12 provisional, large-scale growing operations licenses available that allowed companies to grow cannabis for medi ... (full story)


Cold snap exposes cracks in upkeep of timeworn schools

Cold snap exposes cracks in upkeep of timeworn schools

BALTIMORE (AP) — The recent spell of cold weather exposed the poor state of school buildings in many big-city districts, including Baltimore, where the failure of heating systems closed dozens of institutions after children were left shivering in frigid classrooms.
Schools were challenged in other cities affected by the col ... (full story)