Taft partner Jennifer Hann Harrison was quoted in the article “OSU policies gave Meyer five days to report charges if he knew about them,” which was initially published by The Dayton Daily News. The article discusses the policies that The Ohio State University has in place for reporting Title IX violations, including reporting domestic violence allegations. Harrison is quoted on the difference in how public and private employers are required to respond.
Harrison is a member of Taft’s Labor and Employment, Energy and Regulated Industries and Workers’ Compensation practices, and she leads the Dayton office’s Workers’ Compensation practice. She represents management in a variety of employment-related matters, including charges involving race, sex, age and disability, violations of specific safety requirements (VSSRs), retaliation and employer intentional torts. An experienced litigator, Harrison has defended numerous cases to jury trial. Her practice includes appearing before administrative agencies, the Courts of Common Pleas, Ohio Appellate Courts and the Ohio Supreme Court. She frequently speaks on workers’ compensation and employment topics.