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.
    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