Porter Wright launched a new podcast hosted by the chair of the firm’s sports practice, Luke Fedlam. “Protecting Your Possibilities” is focused on helping athletes educate and protect themselves for their life outside of their sport.
Coronavirus. Murder Hornets. Dust Storms. Tiger King. Civil Rule Amendments. That’s right, as if 2020 hasn’t been exciting enough, the Ohio Supreme Court shook up the civil rules by issuing amendments effective July 1, 2020.
Porter Wright Cleveland attorney Caroline Gentry wrote the article "Drone law for defense lawyers," which was published in the July 2020 issue of For the Defense magazine, published by the Defense Research Institute (DRI).
The COVID-19 global pandemic has taken thousands of lives, devastated the world economy and shaken social stability. In response, world governments—including the U.S. government—have instituted unprecedented stimulus spending and unprecedented oversight powers.
Porter Wright announced last week that it signed on for a second year to seek certification under the Mansfield Rule, a national program aimed at increasing the representation of diverse lawyers in law firm leadership.