6th Circ. Clears Ohio Agency Workers Of Due Process Claims
Law360, New York (June 26, 2014, 6:13 PM EDT) -- The Sixth Circuit said Thursday that a state agency may deprive a property interest without first providing due process if it offers appropriate remedies after the fact, clearing Ohio workers' compensation bureau employees of claims they improperly placed liens against a staffing company.
A 2-1 Sixth Circuit majority issued a published opinion that found against Daily Services LLC, a central Ohio-based temporary employment agency that had sued several employees of the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation, alleging they violated state law and administrative procedures by improperly filing a series of liens and monetary judgments against the Daily Services for unpaid workers'...
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