State of Ohio Files New Appeal to the Ohio Supreme Court

11th Court of AppealsWhile not unexpected, the AG has filed an Appeal to Ohio Supreme Court.

  • Appellants’ Proposition Of Law No. 1: A trial court must undertake a separate rigorous analysis with respect to each claim for which class certification is sought in determining whether the plaintiff has satisfied the prerequisites of Civ.R. 23.
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    Appellants’ Proposition Of Law No 2: A claim seeking a writ of mandamus to compel appropriation proceedings for an involuntary taking of private property cannot be maintained as a class action under Civ.R. 23(B)(2).

In essence, they continue to waste our taxpayer dollars fighting after 6 consecutive losses in the Courts.

 

To read the Appeal filing click ODNR Appeal to Ohio Supreme Court

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