Increased Neighborhood Roadside’s Memorials

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – February 18th, 2016

Roadside memorial markers that commemorates site where person(s) died suddenly as results of violent crimes or murders are completely unacceptable.

Increased Neighborhoods Roadside’s Memorials

Seemingly, signs like these are becoming as popular as grave site headstone and are increasing at an alarming rate in our neighborhoods.

Subsequently, these types of roadside or street memorial marks the last place on earth where a person was alive. Under these circumstances these roadside or street memorials are statement of grief and  love from the loved ones of the murdered victim(s). Continue reading “Increased Neighborhood Roadside’s Memorials”

They Went After The Small, The Easy and The Soft Target

Written By: Ishton W. Morton -February 15th, 2017

Dwight Tillery founded The Center for Closing the Health Gap in 2004

Recently individuals and groups of people converged on Cincinnati Council Members as they held their budget committee meeting demanding and laying claims to certain amount(s) of budgetary funds. They whimpered out “we want our money! Give us our money! Where is our money!” They went after the small, the easy and the soft target.

In a particular strange way I am reminded of an ecclesiastical account give in Gospel of Matthew 25:1-13, also known as The Parable of the Ten Virgins, or the Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins. Continue reading “They Went After The Small, The Easy and The Soft Target”

John Cranley Continued Support for City of Refugee

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – February 11th, 2017

John Cranley is mayor of the City of Cincinnati

Currently, John Cranley is mayor of the City of Cincinnati and is running for re-election in 2017. However, recently there has been an overwhelming amount of negative in the media regarding the City of Cincinnati.

These negatives tends to be directed at John Cranley probably because of his wife’s parents and may have provoked these types of response. Continue reading “John Cranley Continued Support for City of Refugee”

Trump’s Ban Leaves Cincinnati Syrian Families Separated

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – February 9th, 2017

President Donald Trump took executive action Friday on curbing access visas and limiting refugees coming to the US. Titled “Protection Of The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States,” the action institutes what the President has called “extreme vetting” of immigrants.

On Friday night, February 3rd, 2017 President Donald Trump signed an executive order suspending the U.S. refugee program for four months and banning all immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries for 90 days while his administration creates what it called “extreme vetting” measures. And Trump’s order bars all Syrians from entering the United States indefinitely. Continue reading “Trump’s Ban Leaves Cincinnati Syrian Families Separated”

Apple Cider Vinegar And Lower Blood Pressure

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – February 10th, 2017

As we get older, we all tends to be more concerned with better health. One of the major concern is the issue of high blood pressure and you’ll be astonished to know some of the things that can be utilized in the struggle to reducing high blood pressure.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away

Evidently, we’ve all heard the old adage, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” or the aphorism dating back to 1866 that originally appeared in a Welsh publication as “Eat an apple on going to bed and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread.” Continue reading “Apple Cider Vinegar And Lower Blood Pressure”

Growing Support in Opposition to Roland Reaves Parole

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – February 10th, 2017

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters, Cincinnati Assistant Police Chief David Bailey and FOP President Sgt. Dan Hils in a press conference on Wednesday, February 8th, 2017 came together and opposed the parole of Roland Reaves

Roland Reaves is scheduled for a release hearing in March, 2017. Reaves is currently serving a life sentence following his conviction for the 1974 Aggravated Murder of Cincinnati Police Officer David Cole. Continue reading “Growing Support in Opposition to Roland Reaves Parole”

Who’s Getting Paid To Improve Our Highways And Bridges

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – February 9th, 2017

         Who’s Getting Paid To Improve                   Our Highways And Bridges

Once again another year has evaporated and I’ve traveled from Cincinnati, Ohio to Toledo, Ohio. I have every intention to observed construction companies working alone the I-75 Interstate corridor to obtain a workable understanding of the different ethnic groups that are working. In an amazing spiral approximately 97% of the work seems to done by two or three construction companies.
Continue reading “Who’s Getting Paid To Improve Our Highways And Bridges”

WHAT IS A “HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT”?

Written By: Finney Law Firm – January 20th, 20174

270 Ivy Pointe Boulevard, Suite 225
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245

Chris@FinneyLawFirm.Com

Phone: (513) 943-6650
Fax: (513) 943-6669

Attorney Christopher Finney

I get a lot of calls from employees who reach out for legal help because they are or have been working in what they call a “hostile work environment.” Many of them have not been fired, and are still working in the environment. Others have quit because the environment had become too toxic. For all of them, work had become a very unpleasant or even miserable place. They reached the point where they dread (or dreaded) having to go. Continue reading “WHAT IS A “HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT”?”

NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS: ARE THEY ENFORCEABLE IN OHIO?

Written By: Finney Law Firm – January 20th, 2017

4270 Ivy Pointe Boulevard, Suite 225
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245

Chris@FinneyLawFirm.Com

Phone: (513) 943-6650
Fax: (513) 943-6669

Attorney Christopher Finney

I receive a lot of inquiries from clients about the enforceability of non-compete agreements. For reasons that have never been clear to me, there seems to be a common belief that such agreements are “not worth the paper they are printed on.”

A non-compete agreement is a contract between an employer and one of its employees, stating that the employee will not work for a competing employer for a period of time – most commonly a year – after their employment with the contracting employer ends. These agreements often will also contain provisions against soliciting the employer’s customers (“non-solicitation”) and using the employer’s confidential information or trade secrets (“confidentiality”). Continue reading “NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS: ARE THEY ENFORCEABLE IN OHIO?”

County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters Changes Prosecution Team

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – January 20th, 2017

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters

On Friday, January 13th, 2017 Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced changes in prosecution team for Tensing trial.

The Tensing trial is scheduled for May 2017. However, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters has announced a change in the prosecution team for that trial. Subsequently, Mr. Deters, Mr. Piepmeier and Mr. Gibson will no longer be assigned to the case.  Continue reading “County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters Changes Prosecution Team”