Understanding The Eviction Legal Process; Student Protests; Brackets And Basketball

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The process of eviction can move fast.  An estimated 11,000 civil case filings were made in Cleveland's housing court last year--most of those for eviction and most initiated because the tenant did not pay the rent.     We are joined by Cleveland Housing Court Judge Ronald O'Leary.  Plus, could increasing representation for tenants in eviction matters change outcomes?   Later, it's March so for many that mean brackets and basketball.  But it also means  distracted workers and lost productivity.  What's a boss or employee to do?


Ashton Marra, Ideastream, State Impact Reporter for Education  
Hon. Ronald O'Leary, Cleveland Municipal Court, Housing Division
Hazel Remesch, Supervising Attorney, Cleveland Legal Aid Society  
Christopher Lalak, Employment Litigation Practice Group Leader, Nilges Draher LLC  
William Becker, Ph.D., Associate Professor Management; Pamplin College of Business; Virginia Tech  

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