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6th Circuit Strikes Down Ban on Solicitation of Comp Claimants

Wednesday, July 10, 2019 | 160 | 0 | 11 min read

A federal appellate court struck down Ohio’s statutory prohibition on the solicitation of workers’ compensation clients as a violation of the First Amendment. Case: Bevan & Associates LPA v. Yost, No. 18-3262, 07/08/2019, published. Facts: Ohio's state-run workers’ compensation system requires that the state maintain information about injured workers. Ohio Revised Code 4123.88 forbids the solicitation of clients for representation in workers’ compensation claims. Prior to 2006, information on injured workers could be obtained through a pub...

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