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The Akron Legal News is a daily publication devoted to legal, financial, real estate and general news. Designated by the Federal, County and Municipal Courts as the Official Law Journal of Summit County, Ohio.

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Note: Due to the coronavirus (covid-19), we have made the decision to split our workforce into two teams and modify our hours of operation. Support will be available through all of our normal channels. Our employees are all working towards the common goal of continuing to deliver the legal news to our clients. Our modified hours of operation are M-F 9am-1pm. We will remain in touch with any updates and wish you good health and peace of mind.

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Shank trying to use IndyCar break to finalize future plans

Shank trying to use IndyCar break to finalize future plans

LEXINGTON, Ohio (AP) — A bright pink sheet hung near the entrance to the infield at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course congratulating local team owner Michael Shank on his Indianapolis 500 victory — another sign that Meyer Shank Racing is currently having a moment.
Shank is an Ohio native who romped around the fabled road c ... (full story)


What changes under Ohio's new Fair School Funding Plan?

What changes under Ohio's new Fair School Funding Plan?

COLUMBUS (AP) — Advocates for Ohio's new school funding plan say it should finally provide a level of fairness and reliability that past spending programs lacked.
The Fair School Funding Plan, approved as part of the state budget last month, spends about $12.4 billion this year and $12.6 billion in 2023. At its core the p ... (full story)


FirstEnergy to pay $230M in agreement in Ohio bribery case

FirstEnergy to pay $230M in agreement in Ohio bribery case

CINCINNATI (AP) — The energy giant at the center of a $60 million bribery scheme in Ohio admitted Thursday, July 22, to using dark money groups to fund the effort, and agreed to pay $230 million and other conditions so prosecutors won't forge ahead with a criminal case against the company.
Authorities charged Akron-based F ... (full story)

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