Monthly Archives: October 2016
  • Safety Leadership in the 21st Century Workshop in Toledo

    Join safety experts Carl Habekost, Esq. and Donald Elswick, as well as wound care specialist Dr. Donato Borrillo, as they share valuable safety tips on: collaborating with medical department, basic medical knowledge for safety professionals, OSHA’s new electronic recording rules, how to respond to unwanted events, and more! This FREE one of a kind workshop is being held from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. on November 8, 2016, at the PNC Bank Building Auditorium, 405 Madison Avenue, Toledo, Ohio 43604.

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  • Breakfast With Bugbee Drawing This Friday! Tune in on Facebook!

    Bugbee & Conkle has reached over 100 Facebook likes! The Breakfast with Bugbee contest entry is now closed. We will be drawing a winner tomorrow, Friday, October 28th at 10:00 a.m., live on the Facebook of our Marketing & Operations Manager:  The live video will then be shared to our Facebook page for viewing.

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  • The Employer Vol. 9 No. 5

     BUGBEE & CONKLE  | v9 |  OCTOBER 2016

    Groups Seek to Stop Expansion of Overtime Rules

    As previously reported here, the Department of Labor’s expansion of overtime rules for employees earning a salary of less than $913 per week is set to take effect on December 1, 2016.  Click here to read more about the lawsuits filed seeking to delay or prevent the rules from becoming effective.

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  • Employee Spotlight: Jackie Gallagher

    Bugbee & Conkle proudly welcomes Jackie Gallagher to our labor & employment law team.  Jackie hails from Napoleon, Ohio and contributes nearly a decade of legal experience to our law firm, including domestic relations; juvenile (custody, guardianship, child support); criminal defense; and civil litigation.  Her hobbies include watching and rooting for the Green Bay Packers, Cleveland Indians and Detroit Red Wings; bike riding; and making jewelry and crafts.

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  • OSHA’s Injury Tracking and Anti-Retaliation Rule

    OSHA modified its injury recording rule to require the direct electronic reporting by employers of injury and illness data to OSHA. The final rule became effective on August 10, 2016. OSHA will publish the individual employer’s injury and illness data history on its public website thereby providing access to this information by employees, employers, union representatives, attorneys, and the public at large.

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  • The Supreme Court of the United States Blocks OSHA’S ETS Regarding Vaccines but Enforces CMS MandateRead more


  • Bugbee & Conkle Proudly Welcomes The 2021 Solheim Cup to ToledoRead more

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