If your business has been crippled by the COVID-19 pandemic, don’t assume you cannot succeed in obtaining business interruption coverage from your insurer. Luca DiPiero explains.
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Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 14. Are you ready to spring forward?
Unsealed records and court documents recently revealed that a major drug company was not warning consumers of the potential risks of taking a popular medication. Zak Zatezalo explains.
The Ohio River Valley Institute recently released a report purporting to analyze the economic impact of the oil and gas drilling years on the local communities. Jeremy McGraw explains.
Ohio has recognized that the operator of a motor vehicle maintains duty to make sure his or her brakes are working properly. Jim Heneghan examines a case where a driver was negligent in failling to inspect brakes to make sure they were roadworthy.
Today is International Women's Day and March is National Women’s History Month. Jodi Cunningham explains the importance of this day and what it means to her.
Looking to take a trip but don't want to go far from home? There are many fun and interesting activities you can do in Pittsburgh.
The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania addressed insurance coverage issues relative to alleged business losses by two restaurants due to COVID-19 closures. Ty Smith explains why the restaurants' claims were dismissed.
As West Virginia schools tip off their basketball seasons tonight and with the AAU season just around the corner, Stacy Bordas writes about how WV Thunder moms are a great example of empowering women and being supportive of all young athletes.
Today is National Read Across America Day. What are some of your favorite books to read?