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Ohio Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Employers.
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The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld a 2005 state law that limited lawsuits against employers by workers hurt on the job.
In a pair of related decisions, justices found the law restricting the ability of employees to file “workplace intentional torts” against their bosses while simultaneously receiving state workers’ compensation benefits is constitutional.
The law requires employees who want to file a lawsuit to prove their employer acted deliberately to cause injury.