Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Current Issue: Summer 2021

Special Edition: Employment Law

In this issue, Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly explores employment law—featuring articles on starting a business during the pandemic, employee vaccine requirements, and PPP loans. Plus, look inside for a perspective on Zoom trials, trademark law updates, bail reform and more.

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Table of Contents


CBA LEADERSHIP

President's Page
by Charles A. Schneider


YEAR IN REVIEW
2021-22 Year in Review and CBA Member Survey Results


BAR INSIDER
Bail Reform
by David Leland

Trial by Zoom
by Stephen E. Chappelear


BETTER LAWYER
The Responsible Monkey Mind
by Mark Lewis


POINTS OF PRACTICE
Ransomware Task Force Recommendations Reflect Expanding Post-Pandemic Threat Landscape
by Jack Dunn

A Brave New World for Trademarks
by Ben Sigall

Infrastructure and Eminent Domain
by Jeremy Young


BAR HAPPENINGS
Photo Gallery and Calendar of Events


SUMMER '21: EMPLOYMENT LAW
Opinion: PRO-Act is Pro-Labor and Anti-Gig Economy and Freelancing
by Tami Kamin Meyer

Building a Business and a Community During a Pandemic
by Brian Laliberte and Julie Saltman

PPP Loans and Our Small Business, General Innovations and Goods, Inc.
by Janyce C. Katz

Can Employers Require Employees to be COVID-Vaccinated? Yes, But...
by Marie-Joëlle C. Khouzam


STUDENT SECTION
You are Never Too Old to Go to Law School
by Drew J. Golub

How to Take Charge of Your Learning in Law School
by Emily D. Asher


LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW
Lawyers With Artistic License: Scott T. Lindsey
by Heather G. Sowald

Is It Time for a Digital Detox?
by Scott R. Mote

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