The Ohio Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal of an employee who challenged a provision in her employment contract that required that she bring all suits regarding her employment within six months following her termination. The employee alleged that, in light of the #metoo and #timesup movements, she should not be limited in the time frame to bring claims of sex discrimination and sex harassment as a matter of Ohio public policy. Six of seven justices declined to hear the case. For now, employers may continue to require employees to limit the timing for bringing employment-based claims, including those for sex harassment and discrimination.