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Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly - Spring  2024 - Cover

SPRING 2024: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Open this edition of Lawyers Quarterly to read about all things Administrative Law: TWISM, Chevron deference, discovery in administrative hearings, and electronic signatures.

Plus, read about topics like AI, FLSA rule changes, the power of networking, and more!

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Table of Contents

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CBA LEADERSHIP

Embracing the Powers of In-Person Networking

by Christopher S. Vonau


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POINTS OF PRACTICE

Make Time with AI

by Dawn Hays


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LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW

Looking Ahead

by Jill Snitcher


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LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW

Lawyers with Artistic License: Thomas W. Hill

by Heather G. Sowald


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SPRING 2024: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

TWISM Enterprises: Ohio’s Landmark Decision on Administrative Deference

by Larry H. James & Christopher R. Green


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SPRING 2024: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Chevron Deference: Where Do We Go from Here?

by David C. Tryon


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SPRING 2024: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Chevron Deference and Its Uncertain Future in State and Federal Courts

by Aaron Johnston & Christopher Bagi


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SPRING 2024: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

The Evolution of Administrative Hearings in Ohio

by Melinda Ryans Snyder


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SPRING 2024: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Electronic Signature Protocol for Notaries and Design Professionals

by Luther L. Liggett, Jr.


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