In our electronic age, battles over what information is indeed public information have become commonplace.
From presidential campaigns to taxpayer lawsuits, public record requests have emerged as the most contentious legal issue facing municipalities. In Ohio, recent changes to the law will serve only to increase the likelihood of court proceedings about which records should be made immediately available.
Graydon attorneys have been at the forefront of this issue for years. In fact, our attorneys have played a key role in developing the case law which governs these disputes.
Whether the question concerns production of emails, maintenance of personnel files or the publication of RFP bids, Graydon attorneys have likely either litigated the issue or crafted the governing law.
Graydon is also renowned for its public records training – authoritative, all- encompassing and designed to take the guesswork out of public records responses.
Any thoughtful public servant must be well-advised on these issues. No other firm is better-versed in this ever-developing aspect of the law than Graydon.