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Seasonal Businesses and the FLSA

Seasonal Businesses and the FLSA

Barkan Meizlish , October 14, 2020

Seasonal Businesses and the FLSA In response to the effect of COVID-19 on seasonal businesses, the U.S. Department of Labor will issue a temporary reprieve to these seasonal businesses against the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) minimum wage and overtime violations. Many of these businesses were forced to adapt their day-to-day operations because of […]

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Work History and Your Social Security Disability Claim

Mara Siegel , October 2, 2020

Work History and Your Social Security Disability Claim: The circumstances that lead someone to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) vary. The strenuous application process includes a series of difficult questions. These questions include a request for a detailed work history. This may seem counter-intuitive, as individual’s applying for SSDI can no longer work. […]

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Outstanding Attorney: Rachel Wenning

Mara Siegel , May 5, 2020

Rachel Wenning Speaks to WOSU On Ohio Housing Concerns In the midst of a crisis, our attorneys continue to involve themselves in communal care work. Rachel Wenning works with the Columbus Tenants’ Union and represents several tenant clients. With uncertain times ahead regarding jobs and income for many, Rachel is advocating for lawmakers to take […]

Save the Date: Stuff the Suitcase *POSTPONED*

Mara Siegel , February 17, 2020

*IMPORTANT UPDATE AS OF 3/12/2020* Due to the ongoing community efforts being made to slow the spread of COVID19, the event  originally scheduled for March 12, 2020, was cancelled by the OSBA.  It will be rescheduled at a later date. Slowing community spread and encouraging harm reduction during these times is our primary concern, and […]

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