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Anger Management Class an older term used to refer to what are now called Batterer’s Intervention programs. The name has been changed to reflect current understanding that abuse is not only about anger but about control issues with many different causes.
Annuity A contract sold by an insurance company designed to provide payments to the holder of the annuity at specified regular time periods, usually after retirement.
Annulment A marriage can be dissolved in a legal proceeding in which the marriage is declared void, as though it never took place. In the eyes of the law, the parties were never married. It is available only under certain limited circumstances.
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Reese, Pyle, Drake & Meyer, P.L.L.
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Mr. Wenger joined the firm in 1982 after serving for nearly three years as counsel for the State Medical Board of Ohio. Born in Akron, Ohio, Dave is a 1976 honors and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the College of Wooster. He obtained his law degree in 1979 from The Ohio State University.  Mr. Wenger's practice areas include civil and personal injury litigation, insurance defense, probate litigation, domestic relations and family law, and mediation. He is also involved in bar association activities,
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Mansfield Tanick & Cohen, P.A.
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Delta Theta Phi. Senior Associate, Hamline Journal of Public Law Policy, 1996-1998. Adjunct Professor, Appellate Advocacy, Hamline Law School, 1998—.
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Mr. Meyer graduated summa cum laude from the Honors Program at The Ohio State University in 1974, where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. He earned his law degree from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in 1977. Mr. Meyer has been with Reese, Pyle, Drake & Meyer since 1977, working primarily in the area of litigation, and has accumulated significant jury trial experience in Licking, Franklin, and other central and southeastern Ohio counties over the course of more than three dec
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The Lanier Law Firm, P.C.
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Smith Duggan Buell & Rufo LLP
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Mr. Butler is a trial lawyer who has been lead counsel in almost one hundred jury trials.  He focuses his practice on business disputes, employment litigation, products liability defense and construction litigation.  In addition to civil litigation, Mr. Butler also represents clients in administrative hearings and investigations. He has successfully represented businesses and individuals in contract disputes, including non-competition and separation agreements. He has defended civil actions inv
Since an arrest alone does not necessarily mean that an applicant has committed a crime the employer should not assume that the applicant committed the offense. Instead, the employer should allow him or her the opportunity to explain the circumstances of the arrest(s) and should make a reasonable effort to determine whether the explanation is reliable.
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Even if the employer believes that the applicant did engage in the conduct for which he or she was arrested that information should prevent him or her from employment only to the extent that it is evident that the applicant cannot be trusted to perform the duties of the position when: (1) considering the nature of the job; (2) the nature and seriousness of the offense; and (3) and the length of time since it occurred. This is also true for a conviction.
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Several state laws limit the use of arrest and conviction records by prospective employers. These range from laws and rules prohibiting the employer from asking the applicant any questions about arrest records to those restricting the employer's use of conviction data in making an employment decision. For more information, see, e.g., http://www.usis.com/commercialservices/transportation/FaqStateImpact.htm. In some states, while there is no restriction placed on the employer, there are protections provided to the applicant with regard to what information they are required to report.
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