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Blockchain in Healthcare

Martin Pangrace and Jeana Singleton discussed Blockchain in Healthcare at the Inaugural Midwest Telehealth Resource Center Annual Conference (#TelehealthChampions) held July 23-24, 2019 in South Bend, Indiana.  

Their presentation highlighted the current state of the healthcare market and the technological challenges it faces as well as the applications for blockchain in the healthcare industry. 

As a federally funded program of the Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA), the UMTRC provides a comprehensive set of telehealth clinical and technical assistance services leveraged into products of lasting value to rural providers.  The UMTRC region encompasses the states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Employer Liability for Customer Conduct: Former PNC Bank employee receives $2.4M jury verdict

Earlier this month, PNC Bank was on the wrong end of a sexual harassment jury verdict in a claim brought by a former employee. Why is this case interesting to you? Two reasons: The former employee was sexually harassed, but not by a PNC employee; and, the sexual harassment did not occur within a PNC workplace.

Robert Hager Speaking at the Ohio Contractors Association's Annual Conference - Jan. 29 - Feb. 5, 2020

Attorney Robert Hager will be speaking at the Ohio Contractors Association's Annual Conference in Maui, Hawaii sharing a simple practical approach to build your business' legacy and leading an interactive session about best practices for collaboration, risk management, and claims avoidance.

Congratulations to Duriya Dhinojwala and Michael Steel

Attorneys Duriya Dhinojwala and Michael Steel recognized at Pro Bono Attorney's of the Year this evening at the 67th Annual Community Legal Aid Anniversary Celebration.

Akron is among cities where GenXers are best off

Akron is among cities where GenXers are best off

It's Always Risk Management Season in the Construction Industry

For the second time in just nine months, the Ohio Supreme Court issued a major decision affecting project-related risk and exposure for members of Ohio’s construction industry.