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Transit Agencies Should Tread Carefully When Restricting Photography

In my continuing work with transit agencies, the Ohio Transit Risk Pool (OTRP) recently asked for an opinion on the constitutionality of prohibiting and/or limiting personal photography at transit centers and on individual buses for RTAs across the Buckeye state. …

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Mediation Isn’t Always About Money

Sometimes, mediation goes beyond just dollars and cents. In a recent case, Charles Schneider helped two corporate giants navigate a dispute that seemed destined for a costly legal battle. By shifting the focus from settlements to solutions and revisiting the …


Notary Modernization Act in Effect

Stay informed about the recent changes in notary public requirements and the critical role they play in our society. Read Part I of this two-part series here.

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Moore v. Harper: Who Should Draw Congressional Districts?

In the most recent issue of Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly, Isaac Wiles partner Donald Brey discussed the U.S. Supreme Court case Moore v. Harper regarding who has the authority to draw congressional districts. Take a deep dive into the case here:

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Turn the Page

Just like Bob Seger, our own Charles Schneider is learning to “turn the page” as he embarks on the next step in his storied legal career — this time with Isaac Wiles. He discusses his career in this Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly …


Successful Mediation Practices from a Former Judge

In case you missed it, Isaac Wiles Of Counsel Charles Schneider brought his tips for successful mediation to Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly. Check it out here:

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