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The Intra-Corporate Conspiracy Doctrine and Claims for Conspiracies Under 42 U.S.C. 1985(3) in the Sixth Circuit

In the context of an employment discrimination case, the intra-corporate conspiracy doctrine will make it difficult for a plaintiff to establish the existence of a conspiracy involving two or more persons employed by the same corporation or organization.

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When You Think You're Going to Get Fired . . .

What should you do to protect your rights?  Here are some suggestions on what to do when you think your boss is trying to fire you or make you quit. 

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Election of Kentucky Judges: Tyranny or Democracy?

October 9, 2014  |  Arnold, election, judge, judicial, Taylor

Why are our judges elected for specific terms of years, instead of being appointed? It was not always so. 

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Welcome to our New Website

September 9, 2014  |  Announcements, website

O’Hara, Ruberg, Taylor, Sloan & Sergent is excited to announce the launch of its new website that is modern and fun to use. The new website is optimized to work on your laptop, desktop, tablet and smartphone.

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Aaron M. Beck and Acena Beck Join O'Hara, Ruberg, Taylor, Sloan & Sergent

September 8, 2014  |  Aaron, Acena, Announcements, Attorney, Beck

O’Hara, Ruberg, Taylor, Sloan & Sergent is pleased to announce that Aaron M. Beck and Acena Beck have joined the firm as Of Counsel.  Aaron is a graduate of the NKU Chase College of Law and focuses

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Social Media, The Government, and Your Rights

            Courts have traditionally protected First Amendment rights of individuals to express themselves in what courts consider to be a traditional public forum.  Typical examples

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