April 12, 2017
The attorneys of Finney Law Firm have a long history of fighting for transparency in government. From presenting at workshops on open government to litigating cases seeking redress for violations of Ohio’s Sunshine Laws, we are proud of the work we have done to ensure that Ohioans have every opportunity to know what is being done in their names.
Our recent settlement of a case with the City of Milford is just the latest example of our work to protect the public interest. Our client, Rachel Richardson became aware of several serial violations of Ohio’s Open Meetings Act, and sought our help in opening Milford’s government up to the people.
Ms. Richardson has an op-ed in the Enquirer about the case here. We are proud to have represented Ms. Richardson and we hope you will take a moment to read her story.
If you or your organization would like to learn more about Ohio’s Sunshine Laws and the public’s right to public records, contact attorney Christopher P. Finney at (513) 943-6655 to schedule an appointment or arrange a presentation.