Ask the Attorney: Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

Q: Since medical marijuana is now legal in Ohio, as an employer, can I enforce our drug-free workplace policy against employees who are impaired at work even though they are lawfully using it?

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Breaking the Stereotype: Medical Marijuana

The war on marijuana began in the 1960s and culminated in the Drug Abuse and Prevention Act of 1970 signed by Richard Nixon. Today the drug remains a Schedule I drug, alongside heroin, cocaine and LSD, pursuant to the federal Controlled Substances

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Medical Marijuana in Ohio: Where are We Now?

More than a year has passed since Governor Kasich signed House Bill 523, legalizing medical marijuana (MMJ) in Ohio and making our state the 25th to adopt such a program. At the time, those interested in getting involved — as a cultivator,

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Are “B Corps” the Future of Business?

A majority of states believe that may be the case. A Benefit Corporation or a “B Corp” is a “triple bottom line” company. Those familiar with B Corps refer to the triple bottom line as the three Ps: People, Planet and Profit. Unlike other corporate

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Retain Key Employees with Equity-Based Compensation

Looking to attract and retain skilled and motivated employees?  Consider adopting an equity-based compensation plan.  Equity-based compensation plans (ECPs) give your employees a direct stake in the success of your business and an added incentive to

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Ernie Mansour Talks Attorneys

Mr. Mansour is the founding partner of the firm. He continues to counsel corporate clients on complex business issues, antitrust litigation and labor matters. He has extensive trial experience in national and international jurisdictions and has

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