December 21, 2023
Administrative Changes Within Franklin County Municipal Court
September 07, 2023
All are welcome to the Red Mass celebration on October 3rd at St. Joseph's Cathedral.
May 19, 2023
Congratulations to the newly-elected CBA officers and board members who will be sworn in at the CBA Annual Meeting on June 7.
March 13, 2023
Columbus Bar Association Past President Charles Schneider will chair the 2023 Nominations Committee. The committee will begin the process of selecting candidates for the 2023 Board of Governors elections held in May.
January 20, 2023
FCCS is hosting on-site job interviews for attorneys, legal aides, caseworkers, and data management staff each month at our main office at 855 W. Mound St., Columbus, OH 43223. Please bring your resume and be prepared to interview on the spot for immediate openings.
September 30, 2022
The commercial real estate sector is facing mounting headwinds as 2023 approaches. The pandemic has forced many businesses to reassess their real estate needs, and rising interest rates are putting stress on tenants across a variety of industries. Landlords should be prepared to deal with more tenant bankruptcy cases in the coming year.
September 30, 2022
Often, people spend more time with their business colleagues than with their families. Consequently, it’s no surprise that ending business relationships can be as messy, costly, and unpleasant as a divorce. That’s why I call such situations “business divorces.”
September 27, 2022
The Columbus Bar Association conducted a preference poll of local attorneys for this year's contested judicial races in the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas and Domestic Relations Division, as well as the Tenth District Court of Appeals.
September 09, 2022
In 2018 Inc. declared that the performance review is dead. General Electric said as much in 2015. They’re partially correct. The annual performance review, a holdover from the mid-20th century, is a relatively ineffective tool to communicate an employee’s performance.
August 31, 2022
Starting January 1, Ohio lawyers will no longer have a limit on the amount of continuing legal education (CLE) requirements they can fulfill through approved self-study courses.