Ohio State Sens. Seek To Overhaul Employment Bias Laws

Law360, New York (October 18, 2012, 8:57 PM EDT) -- Legislation introduced Wednesday in the Ohio state Senate aimed at a comprehensive reform of the state's employment discrimination laws has drawn both praise from business groups and sharp criticism from plaintiffs attorneys. 

Sen. Bill Coley, R-Middletown, introduced the bill, S.B. 383, which will make several significant employer-friendly amendments to the state's employment discrimination laws if it is passed and signed into law. 

One key change the legislation would make to the state's discrimination laws would be requiring employees to choose between filing an administrative charge with...
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