Friday, April 9, 2010

WIRTW #122


May 4 is primary election day in Ohio. In Cuyahoga County, there are 5 contested Democratic judicial primaries – 2 in common pleas court, and 1 each in the court of appeals, domestic relations court, and juvenile court. Judge4Yourself.com is an online repository of 4 local bar associations’ independent and impartial ratings of the candidates. Do you need a reason why it is important to educate yourself? Of the 21 candidates running in contested elections, the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association rates only 6 as “Excellent,” while another third are “Not Recommended.” If you plan to vote in the primary, please click over to Judge4Yourself.com’s ratings. You will appreciate the time spent reading if you or someone you know if ever a litigant in Cuyahoga County.

Here’s the rest of what I read this week.

Wage & Hour

Discrimination

Social Media

Litigation

Labor Law


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