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Being Pro-Life & Pro-Choice

I am pro-life and pro-choice.

In my own life, I am pro-life. This means I don’t believe in abortion for ME. I also don’t believe in war and the death penalty. 346 more words

Expiring Forfeitures

Learn the rules on judging an expiring forfeiture, how they are used, as well as what happens if you miss an expiration date and how you can fix it.


Living Simply

My husband and I are the same in many ways, as far as our morals are and beliefs in child-rearing. We do have disagreements. Such as, he is Mr. 388 more words

Ohio Insurance Law: A Throwback Perspective on the Past, Present & Future


Host Sean Harris talks with plaintiff attorney and OAJ’s Insurance Law Section Chair, Bob Kerpsack, about his recent article, Ohio Insurance Law: A Throwback Perspective on the Past, Present & Future.


Telemedicine -- A Growing Benefit Offer

Employers and insurers are increasingly turning to telemedicine programs to save employees money and increase productivity. With a doctor visit only a phone call away, employees don’t have to take time off the job to sit in a doctor’s office when a remote visit will do the trick. 745 more words

DOL Fiduciary Rule Implementation: The Clock is Ticking

Much ink has been shed on the Department of Labor’s new fiduciary rule since it was released earlier this year. Some have embraced the new rule and welcome it with open arms, while others have filed lawsuits to prevent its implementation. 402 more words

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