NOVEMBER 26, 2014
The owners of a Dayton nightclub must pay nearly $90,000 to the victim of an alleged barroom brawl after they failed to respond to the victim’s lawsuit, the Second District Court of Appeals ruled.
NOVEMBER 20, 2014
When deciding whether to grant a new trial because evidence of other acts was wrongly admitted, an appeals court must consider both the effect of the improper evidence on the verdict and the strength of the remaining evidence, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled today.
NOVEMBER 19, 2014
After her husband was fired for fraud, the spouse of a commercial development firm executive sued the company to get her 10 percent share of profits earned by the firm for construction of several federal buildings, including FBI offices.
The Ohio Supreme Court has indefinitely suspended two attorneys following their felony convictions in unrelated cases.
NOVEMBER 18, 2014
Harland H. Hale, who served on the Franklin County Municipal Court, has been suspended from practicing law for six months.
Take a look at upcoming Ohio Supreme Court events and announcements for the week of November 24, 2014.
NOVEMBER 21, 2014
It’s not every day that you see in a courtroom balloons, cookies, and lots of people with smiles on their faces, but that’s exactly what the day called for in Franklin County Probate Court as 15 children were adopted as part of a National Adoption Day event.
NOVEMBER 17, 2014
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor today praised State Rep. Gerald L. Stebelton, the Ohio Council of County Officials, and the Ohio Judicial Conference for their work to introduce a bill calling for pay raises for state and local elected officials, including judges.
NOVEMBER 14, 2014
During the week that the nation paused to honor its military veterans, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas judges voted to create a Veterans Court.
NOVEMBER 13, 2014
The Only Ohio Supreme Court justice to have ruled on all four iterations of the landmark public school funding case said any proposal to remove judicial oversight of the state’s school funding methods would be a mistake and he would vocally oppose it.
NOVEMBER 26, 2014
Execution Date Stayed for West Chester Twp. Man – Dayton WHIO-TV
Man Who Helped Steal Drugs from Pharmacy Loses Appeal – Columbus Daily Reporter
Felon with Firearm Has Appeal Denied – Columbus Daily Reporter
Mahoning Court Merger Costs Unknown, Officials Say – Youngstown Vindicator
Judges Seek $3.2M to Fix Old Lorain County Courthouse – Elyria Chronicle Telegram
Family Court Looks to Add a Dog – Canton Repository
Former Fairfield County Prosecutor to Seek Judgeship – Columbus Dispatch
Summit County GOP to Recommend Candidates to Gov. John Kasich to Fill Judicial Opening – Akron Beacon Journal
42 Percent Rise in Health Care Costs for Court Workers is Questioned – Youngstown Vindicator Letter to the Editor