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Green & Green Lawyers Welcomes New Associate Jessica A. Walker

Green & Green, Lawyers is pleased to welcome Jessica Walker as an Associate Attorney. Jessica assists clients in general litigation matters.   Jessica graduated from the University of Dayton School of Law (summa cum laude) in 2014. She is admitted to practice in Ohio, as well as before the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and… Read More »

Green & Green, Lawyers Welcomes new Associate Jeannine E. Hudson

Green & Green, Lawyers is pleased to announce the addition of Jeannine Hudson as Associate Attorney.  Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Jeannine received her bachelors degree from the University of Toledo and graduated from the University of Toledo College of Law in 2013. While in law school Jeannine was a chair member in Toledo’s Moot Court… Read More »

Fred L. Young Elected Second Vice President of the Dayton Bar Association

Shareholder Fred L. Young was elected Second Vice President of the Board of Trustees of the Dayton Bar Association at the organziation’s annual meeting in June 2018.   He also serves as the Chairman of the Judges Committee on Notaries Public.  Green & Green, Lawyers congratulates Fred for the honor and recognition of his peers and… Read More »

Jane M. Lynch Recognized by Peers in the 25th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America

Green & Green, Lawyers is pleased to announce that shareholder Jane M. Lynch has been recognized by her peers for recognition in the 25th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© a for her work in Civil Rights Law and Litigation – Insurance.

Fred Young Offers Presentation to the Dayton-Miami Valley CPCU Society Chapter on Ethics

Green & Green, Lawyers Shareholder Fred Young had the honor of offer a presentation to the Dayton-Miami Valley CPCU Society Chapter on ethics and current events being affected by ethical considerations in the legal profession and other areas.  Fred addressed attorneys’ ethical duties, the importance of privileged communications between counsel and client, the changing ethos … Read More »

Fred Young Publishes Article in Dayton Bar Briefs

Fred Young, Green & Green, Lawyers shareholder, published an article in the March 2018 Bayton bar Briefs entitled “Time Flies”.  The article can be reached through this link: https://issuu.com/daytonbarassociation/docs/march_2018_small/4  

Fred Young Serves on Panel at University of Dayton School of Law

Fred Young, shareholder with Green & Green, Lawyers, served on a panel at a recent event at the University of Dayton School of Law.  Fred is a Member-at-Large of the Board of Trustees of the Dayton Bar Association.  The panel event served as an outreach to UDSL students by the DBA to discuss its benefits… Read More »

Green & Green Shareholder Jared Wagner Presents Seminar on Social Media Usage, Public Employers and Public Employees

Jared Wagner, shareholder at Green & Green, Lawyers,  recently presented a continuing legal education seminar addressing the implications of social media usage and regulation as it pertains to public employers and employees.  This is a particularly timely and relevant topic given recent instances in which public employees, and police officers in particular, have had their… Read More »

Employers In Ohio Can Now Restrict The Time Employees Have To Bring Employment-Related Claims

Fry v. FCA US L.L.C., 2017-Ohio-7005 (6th District) In the spring of 2014, Jason Fry, who is legally blind, applied to work at the Chrysler plant in Toledo.  After an initial phone screening, he traveled to the plant for an onsite assessment, which included several hours of various tests.  Fry was offered a position and… Read More »

Being In The Front Seat Of A Police Cruiser During A Traffic Stop Does Not Mean You Are In Custody

The Ohio Supreme Court has now held that placing a suspect in the front seat of a cruiser during a traffic stop is not, by itself, a custodial arrest that requires Mirandization, and reversed an Eighth District Court of Appeals holding to the contrary.. Benjamin Oles was stopped for a traffic violation after almost hitting… Read More »