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In the case of G.S. v. Lee, 6th Cir. No. 22-5969 (Aug. 14, 2023), a federal appellate court held that the disabled students were entitled to attorney’s fees when the disabled students were awarded a preliminary injunction, but not a permanent injunction, to stop the governor from enforcing an executive order than allowed grade-school students […]
In the case of Kemps v. Monday Community Corr. Institute, 2023-Ohio-2797, an appellate court held that the correctional facility was immune from liability under R.C. 2744.02 and R.C. 2744.03 when the correctional facility negligently left a wet floor that the inmate slipped and fell on. In this case, the inmate argued that (1) the employees’ […]
In the case of State ex rel. LaChapelle v. Harkey, Slip Opinion No. 2023-Ohio-2723, the Ohio Supreme Court held that the city finance director, acting as the city auditor, was required to transmit a referendum petition to the board of elections when the realtor complied with all referendum procedures pursuant to R.C. 731.28 through R.C. […]
In the case of State ex rel. Ames v. Baker, Dublikar, Beck, Wiley & Mathews, Slip Opinion No. 2023-Ohio-2668, the Ohio Supreme Court held that the requestor’s public record request was properly responded to when the law firm gave redacted invoices for services provided for the public office because parts of the invoices were protected […]
In the case of State ex rel. Fair Housing Opportunities of Northwest Ohio v. Ohio Fair Plan, Slip Opinion No. 2023-Ohio-2667, the Ohio Supreme Court held that the underwriting association was a public office and must comply with public record requests when the association was created by state statute to be a public office. In […]
In the case of Childs v. Kroger Co., 2023-Ohio-2034, an appellate court held that the company permissibly terminated the manager when the manager’s disqualifying conviction was made known to the company despite the manager working for the company for years and the company ran background checks on the manager that did not reveal the disqualifying […]