Entries by MRR Law

Paul-Michael La Fayette Recognized for Pro Bono Service by the Paralegal Association of Central Ohio

Congrats to Paul-Michael La Fayette for receiving the Paralegal Association of Central Ohio’s (PACO) Pro Bono Service Award for his years of volunteering and providing his professional and legal services (2013-2019) to those who are unable to afford them. PACO (formerly known as Legal Assistants of Central Ohio) was established in 1995 to promote the […]

Larry Stelzer joins MRR’s Columbus Office

MRR is pleased to announce that Lawrence J. Stelzer, Jr. (Larry) has joined the firm’s Columbus office, where he will focus his practice on Business & Commercial Law, Employment & Labor, and General Liability defense. Mr. Stelzer has extensive experience providing counsel on legal matters relating to civil litigation, business, insurance, employee benefits, and government […]

Ohio Adds New Exceptions to the Definition of “Public Records” Relating to Dash-Cam and Body-Cam Recordings

By: Ami Imbrogno In this day and age, it seems that not a week goes by without turning on the evening news, logging onto Facebook, or firing up a YouTube application and seeing videos depicting police encounters with civilians.  Many of these videos are recorded on private cell phones and released by private citizens; however, […]

George Pilat Of Mazanec, Raskin & Ryder Elected To Chair The Solon Chamber Of Commerce Board Of Directors For 2019

Mazanec, Raskin & Ryder Co., LPA (MRR) is proud to announce that attorney George V. Pilat has been elected Chair of the Solon Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Voting took place in December with officers beginning their term on January 1, 2019. The Solon Chamber serves as advocates for the business community by supporting […]

MRR School Alert: Teacher’s Failure to Enter Grades Constitutes Good and Just Cause for Termination

By: Stacy V. Pollock Ever since the Ohio General Assembly amended the state’s teacher termination statute (R.C. §3319.16) years ago to reference a “good and just cause” standard, school boards have struggled to understand what constitutes “good and just cause.” Last week, an Ohio state court of appeals confirmed that a teacher’s failure to enter […]