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Help for Small Businesses: Handling Administrative Complaints and Hearings ​

Many charges filed with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission are resolved at an early stage, but in some cases, the commission issues an administrative complaint and a hearing is held.


Avery the Furry Prosecutor

While all prosecutors work tirelessly, there is one that works doggedly. He is Avery II, the facility dog of the Summit County Prosecutor’s Office. Loyal and loveable, Avery stands (and sits) with crime victims and witnesses, especially children and people with developmental disabilities, providing them with emotional support.  


New Publications Offer Guidance on Ohio’s Fair Employment, Fair Housing Laws

The Ohio Attorney General’s Civil Rights Section has produced two new publications to help employers and landlords navigate Ohio’s fair employment and fair housing laws. 


A Discussion with Commissioner William W. Patmon III

The word that best sums up Commissioner Patmon is passion – passion for the law, passion for the Commission’s mission, and passion for treating everyone fairly. 


The Three R’s - Retaliation, Religion, and “Regarded As” -- Recent Commission Decisions

Retaliation remains a serious problem in cases before the Ohio Civil Rights Commission. 

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