Bill Wahoff’s primary focus is health and safety law, including OSHA on a national basis, workers’ compensation, Ohio VSSR, and intentional tort litigation defense. He has vigorously represented employers at several thousand administrative hearings, in numerous court cases, including jury trials, and mandamus actions. He also has significant experience representing employers in federal and state court employment litigation and in labor negotiations. He has handled ADA, FMLA, and race, gender-based, Title VII discrimination cases and has bargained with the UAW, Steelworkers, Glass Molders and Potterers, OEA and OAPSE. He is liaison to the American Bar Association Section on Labor and Employment Law, for its Occupational Safety & Health Committee. He was chosen by the Chief Judge to present to the Federal Occupational Safety & Health Review Commission (OSHRC) Judicial Conference in both 2008 and 2010.
An Ohio State Bar Association Board-Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist, he is also an OSHA Authorized 10 & 30 Hour General Industry Trainer.
Articles in the National Law Review database by William J. Wahoff