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Cincinnati Enquirer to get attorney fees in case against City after it failed to hand over police body-cam footage
The Cincinnati Enquirer won’t receive its writ of mandamus but will get attorney fees and court costs in a lawsuit against the City of Cincinnati concerning its request for body-camera footage.
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COLUMBUS (Legal Newsline) – The Supreme Court of Ohio recently reversed and remanded a ruling from the Portage Court of Common Pleas and the 11th District Court of Appeals in an arbitration dispute between an employee and his former employer regarding whether the employee could proceed with his suit as a class action.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Legal Newsline) – On Dec. 7, the Supreme Court of Ohio reversed an $800,000 judgment in compensatory damages in a defamation case.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Legal Newsline) – On Oct. 31, Justice Judith L. French of the Supreme Court of Ohio wrote that a family’s negligence claims against the University of Notre Dame are not time-barred.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Legal Newsline) – On Sept. 27, the Supreme Court of Ohio reversed an appeals court judgment that denied Union Carbide Corp.’s motion for administrative dismissal amid a case that challenges whether a man’s alleged smoking status contributed to his lung cancer diagnosis.
Benesch is pleased to announce that high-profile litigators Michael J. Montgomery and Michael D. Meuti have joined the Cleveland office.
Ohio Supreme Court: Medical malpractice suit against Cleveland Clinic barred by statute of limitations
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Legal Newsline) – A medical malpractice suit originally filed in federal court in Indiana is barred by the statute of limitations from being pursued in Ohio, Ohio's Supreme Court has ruled.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Legal Newsline) – The Ohio Supreme Court affirmed a recommendation that Ohio attorney Debra Kay Horton be suspended for two years for allegedly violating professional code while working a minor’s personal injury case.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Legal Newsline) – Intentional interference or concealment of evidence does not rise to the level of destruction, the Ohio Supreme Court has ruled, dealing with an issue that has divided appeals courts in the state.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Legal Newsline) – The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled that punitive damages are not recoverable in a breach of contract action in which the alleged violation stems from conduct that also constitutes a wrongful act.