Ohio’s New Concealed Carry Gun Law: How Does It Impact Private Employers?

In Employment Law, Labor by Marc L. Fleischauer

Effective June 13, 2022, Ohio Senate Bill 215, permits “qualifying adults” to legally carry, possess, and conceal a handgun without a license, background check, or training requirements.  According to the new statute, codified at Ohio Revised Code § 2923.125A: Regardless of whether the person has been issued a concealed handgun license, … a person who is a qualifying adult may carry a concealed handgun that is not a restricted firearm anywhere in this state in which a person who has been issued a concealed handgun license may carry a concealed handgun. A “qualifying adult” must, among other criteria, be at …

David McNeely Joins Coolidge Wall

In General, News by Coolidge Wall

  Coolidge Wall is proud to announce that David McNeely has joined the firm as an associate in the firm’s Tax and Estate Planning and Corporate Departments. He focuses his practice on tax structuring and planning as well as mergers and acquisitions. David’s estate planning practice includes the preparation and administration of estates. Prior to joining Coolidge Wall, David worked for a national accounting firm in the Washington, D.C. metro area practicing in state and local tax. He assisted clients with multi-state compliance matters, including managing local tax audits and drafting successful state private letter rulings. David earned his undergraduate …