Reminger has one of the largest governmental practices in the Midwest providing comprehensive representation to county governments, townships, villages, cities and schools.
Reminger’s multi-state practice handles virtually every type of governmental need. This includes:
- Tort claims, including those arising out of the operation of vehicles, defective premises, and other injuries from governmental functions.
- Civil Rights claims, including §1983 actions.
- Employment disputes.
- Zoning and land use disputes.
- Construction disputes.
- All aspects of school liability.
- Counseling on construction projects.
Reminger’s governmental liability practice stands out for three reasons.
- The size of Reminger’s practice – throughout the Midwest – has led to an expertise not often found. Simply, Reminger lawyers have been involved in virtually every aspect of governmental litigation.
- Reminger brings a fearless approach to all litigation, including governmental litigation. Too often governmental lawyers fear taking a hard case to trial. Reminger lawyers, having more trial experience than most, are always ready to stand and try a meritless claim.
- Reminger offers uncompromising value in its services. Proper staffing of Reminger’s cases, dramatically cuts clients’ costs. Reminger never over-staffs a case, unlike many firms which bring multiple lawyers to events, where there is no need for such. Further, Reminger’s geographical scope allows files to be placed in the hands of the right lawyers, in the geographical area where the case is venued.
Our Governmental Liability Practice Group distinguishes itself from our competition in the following ways:
- Dedicated Client Service. Our group is committed to exceeding reporting guidelines of our clients. We also proactively meet with governmental entities during both regular session meetings and executive session meetings to help counsel clients not only through the litigation process, but also in the administrative process both before and after a lawsuit is filed.
- Philosophy of Practice. We are mindful that many lawsuits including 'Sunshine Law' claims and civil rights claims run the risk of paying the opposing party's attorney fees. Thus, we pride ourselves on being trial lawyers, rather than simply 'litigators'. We collaborate with our clients to resolve the matter in the least amount of time and at the least amount of expense to keep not only our fees reasonable, but those of our opponents as well.
- We are a good value. Our firm is a leader in 'alternative fee arrangements' and we presently serve numerous clients on a fixed fee basis. Our hourly rate is competitive, simple and straightforward and includes all in-house, out-of-pocket expenses such as long distance telephone calls, mailings, mileage, computer usage research charges, faxes, copies, etc.
- Value-added components. Our governmental attorneys will provide complimentary consultation with insureds and members in areas of loss prevention, case evaluation, substantive law, and claim management. Our attorneys will also make themselves available for a complementary marketing presentation and provide insight into new legislation and case law which often impacts governmental liability and concepts of governmental immunity. Our statewide offices, in-house videoconferencing facilities, and total firm electronic integration allows us to conduct interviews, discovery, and presentations with economic efficiency throughout the region.
Reminger lawyers hav obtained some of the landmark decisions in the governmental liability arena and have handled significant cases which include:
- Successfully represented a city in an employee class action mandamus case, in front of the Ohio Supreme Court, seeking payment of back benefits for fifteen years.
- Successfully trying a jury trial for race discrimination of a teacher who put children at risk.
- Successful defense of a teacher termination case where the teacher implicitly threatened to bring a gun to school.
- Obtaining the landmark Sixth Circuit case involving the scope of a management employees’ freedom of speech rights and the ability of a municipality to curtail those rights, so the municipality may properly run its service operations.
- Successfully trying the case of a terminated police chief.
- Successfully defended a municipality for double drowning deaths, over a low head dam.
- Tried and obtained a dismissal of a removal petition of Trustees.
- Successfully defended a municipality, in the Ohio Supreme Court, on a claim brought by a drunk pedestrian struck, walking in the street.
- Successfully defended a terminations of multiple fire fighters.
- Successfully defended a school district in federal court on significant claims of copyright and trademark infringement. One of Ohio’s landmark cases on the right of schools under the fair use doctrine.
Allied Darwin, Arch Insurance, Cleveland Metroparks, HAS, Tokio Marine HCC – Public Risk Group, Municipal Insurance Alliance, Ohio Government Risk Management Plan, OTARMA, Public Entities Pool administered by American Risk Pooling Consultants, Inc., Multiple Ohio municipalities, villages and townships, the City of Newark, the City of Chillicothe, the City of Bridgeport, Etna Township, Village of Lincoln Heights, Monroe Township, Pleasant Township, Franklin Township, Liberty Township, Bennington Township, Village of Bethesda, City of Washington Court House, Lucas County, Ross County Agricultural Society, Washington County Agricultural Society, Muskingum County Agricultural Society and Washington County Health District, Hudson Insurance Group
"Pat Kasson resolved a very dangerous school district claim at an excellent value by virtue of his knowledgeable and practical approach.”
-Brian, Claim Counsel
- Oct 11, 2023, Motion for Summary Judgment GrantedU.S. District Court of Ohio, Northern District
Motion for Summary Judgment granted in favor of jail medical providers where defendants demonstrated that plaintiff could not prove deliberate indifference claims under Section 1983 related to care provided to plaintiff while incarcerated.
- Aug 23, 2023, Dismissal5th Dist. Ct. Appeals
Secured a dismissal in favor of a township in the Fifth District Court of Appeals. The Plaintiff was injured when they swerved off a county road, which was gravel, onto an embankment. They alleged our client was liable since an employee was operating a tractor that was in the process of grading the road. They claimed our client’s negligent positioning forced them off the road, causing injuries. Below, we secured dismissal in our client’s favor based on political subdivision immunity. The Fifth District affirmed that dismissal on two grounds. First, it held the township employee was engaged in the governmental function of grading the gravel road, which the township was statutorily duty-bound to perform. And second, the employee’s tractor was not an obstruction. As such, the township preserved its entitlement to immunity under R.C. 2744.03.
- Aug 2023, Summary Judgment
Obtained summary judgment in favor of local city and police department on Constitutional Rights claims brought under 42 U.S. Code § 1983 based on allegations of deprivation of civil rights stemming from police officer encounter with a citizen.
- Jun 9, 2023, Motion to Dismiss GrantedU.S District Court, Southern District of Indiana, Evansville Division
Motion to dismiss granted in favor of pretrial supervision and probation services company. Plaintiffs, proposed class representatives, sued our client in a seven-count complaint for numerous violations of the Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses of the United States Constitution as well as for conspiracy in this Section 1983 action. Plaintiffs sought a declaratory judgment, compensatory damages, attorney’s fees and costs, and injunctive relief. Dismissal was filed and a preliminary injunction motion/hearing was held.
- Jun 9, 2023, DismissalLawrence County, Indiana
Motion to dismiss granted in favor of a city police department based on the Indiana Tort Claims Act’s immunity provision which provides immunity for enforcing or failing to enforce the law.
- Jun 8, 2023, Motion to Dismiss GrantedLawrence County, Indiana
Motion to dismiss granted in a breach of duty case against a city involving the collapse of a city-built and owned retaining wall. Plaintiff failed to provide a tort claim notice, or substantially comply with the same requirements, pursuant to the Indiana Tort Claims Act.
- May 16, 2023, Motion To DismissClark, IN
Motion to dismiss granted in favor of a county hospital and jail when plaintiff alleged that they lost property when being transferred from the jail to the hospital.
- Dec 2022, DismissalU.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
1983 Claim against a Condominium Association was dismissed for a lack of state action.
- Nov 21, 2022, Decision Affirmed11th Dist. Ct. of Appeals
Affirmed decision of trial court on an administrative appeal under R.C. 2506.01 behalf of a local city council accused of violating Ohio’s Sunshine Laws while removing a city police chief for cause after notice and hearing. Because the hearing under R.C. 733.36 is a quasi-judicial proceeding, the Sunshine Laws do not apply and City Council was within its power and discretion to meet in private and consider the evidence before voting to remove the appellant based on his misconduct. Furthermore, the Court rejected the notion that “off duty” conduct of an officer, including the chief of police, cannot be considered by City Council when deciding to remove the individual from office under the Ohio Revised Code.
- Nov 15, 2022, DismissalCuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas
Court dismissed all claims (including defamation and unjust enrichment) asserted by a resident against a local municipality and its employees after he was refused access to the city rec center when he refused to wear a mask during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Nov 2022, DismissalMagoffin County Kentucky Circuit Court
Obtained dismissal of declaratory judgment action asserted by a former city council member against current city council members for wrongful discharge of his position with Council by successfully arguing that the Plaintiff’s use of a racial slur amounts to misconduct within the confines of the governing Kentucky statute that provides grounds for removal of elected officers, KRS 83A.040.
- Nov 1, 2022, Motion for Summary Judgment GrantedU.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
Summary judgment victory in a Federal 1983 Claim based upon free speech and free speech retaliation by a secretary and a police officer who were involved in the report of a mayor stealing funds.
- Sep 2022, DismissalColumbus
Successfully defended a Class I Residential Youth Facility in an administrative trial in Columbus, Ohio before the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (ODMHAS), which sought to revoke our client’s license. ODMHAS recommended dismissal of the alleged violations. Instead of having its license revoked as threatened by the State, our client received a recommendation for its renewal, with a notable chastisement of the State, and compliments for the service it provides to the community.
- Jul 19, 2022, DismissalU.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana
Defense of governmental liability claim for denial of zoning permits and civil rights violations.
- Jun 3, 2022Lucas County Court of Common Pleas
Successful defense on a claim where the Plaintiff was alleging a zoning decision violated the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Housing Act and the U.S. Constitution.
- Jun 1, 2022, DismissalU.S. District Court of Ohio, Northern District, Eastern Division
Obtained dismissal of malicious prosecution and First Amendment 1983 claim against a prosecutor.
- May 9, 2022Elkhart Superior Court- Small Claims Division
Defense of City against a claim of property damage caused by a City-owned tree that fell on the plaintiff’s home during a storm.
- Mar 2022, DismissalU.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
Dismissal of 1983 Claim against the judge who ordered a spectator to drug test, and then threw her in jail for refusing to take the test.
- Mar 1, 2022Indiana Southern District
Defense of correctional food service provider on claims that they violated the First and Eighth Amendment Rights by placing a substantial burden on inmate's religious practice by refusing to give him a vegan diet and created unconstitutional conditions of confinement by serving him an inadequately nutritious diet.
- Oct 20, 2021Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
After obtaining summary judgment that a nurse was not deliberately indifferent to a prisoner’s serious medical needs for violating hospital policy regarding discharge after surgery, the judgement was affirmed on appeal.
- Oct 14, 2021US District Court, Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis Division
Defense of the City of Frankfort, Indiana and their police officers in a Section 1983 case, with alleged claims of unlawful stop and arrest, unlawful use of force, unlawful search, malicious prosecution, and respondeat superior liability.
- Oct 4, 2021, Dismissal Affirmed12th District Court of Appeals
Dismissal affirmed in favor of political subdivision employee based on immunity.
- Sep 15, 2021, Summary Judgment GrantedIndiana Southern District
Successfully obtained summary judgment on behalf of jail doctor who was alleged to have been deliberately indifferent to an inmates serious medical needs by refusing to prescribe him a specific type of nerve medication as well as a desired pain medication.
- Sep 2, 2021, Summary Judgment GrantedIndiana Southern District
Successfully obtained summary judgment for contractor of federal prison where she was alleged to have refused emergency care to an inmate based on lack of cause of action under Bivens or otherwise to assert the same.
- Aug 20, 2021U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
Race discrimination, retaliation, and First Amendment retaliation case filed in federal court against a school district and several administrators.
- Aug 5, 2021, Motion For Summary JudgmentFayette Cty., KY Court of Appeals
Defense of a police officer against an abuse of process claim.
- Jul 23, 2021, Motion For Summary JudgmentCourt of Common Pleas, Fayette County, Ohio
- May 20, 2021Licking County Court of Common Pleas
Defense of police department against sexual harassment claim.
- Apr 21, 2021, Summary Judgment GrantedRoss County Court of Common Pleas
Summary judgment granted in favor of Township Trustees on claims of employment and pay discrimination.
- Newman v. Kellwell FoodsApr 20, 2021, Motion For Summary JudgmentU.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky
Motion for Summary Judgment granted on behalf of correctional support services company in an alleged First Amendment violation.
- Jan 20, 20216th Circuit Court of Appeals
First of its kind defense of Prosecutor and Clerk of Courts for publicly making a Plaintiff’s personal driver’s license and date of birth information available.
- Sep 30, 2020U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana
Obtained summary judgment on behalf of nurse who was alleged to have been deliberately indifferent to a prisoner’s serious medical needs for violating hospital policy regarding discharge after surgery.
- Sep 29, 2020, Summary Judgment Granted
Defense of a police excessive force case.
- Sep 17, 2020, Judgment Reversed and Remanded8th Appellate Dist
Appealed trial court judgment dismissing school board’s claim regarding sharing of tax revenue.
- Sep 9, 2020, Judgment ReversedSixth Appellate District, Lucas County, Ohio
Landmark decision on ability of government employees to contract with their employer. Represented Spencer Township in appeal to reverse a judgement regarding a breach of contract on behalf of a terminated Fire Chief. The Court found that the contract was null and void and not enforceable and judgment was entered in favor of the Township.
- Sep 2, 2020, Summary Judgment GrantedWashington
Summary judgment granted in favor of school district, administrators, and teachers on negligence claims involving an individualized education plan, supervision, and staffing levels
- Aug 26, 2020, Summary Judgment Granted5th Dist. Ct. Appeals
Summary judgment on gender discrimination and retaliation claims upheld involving a female police officer who was terminated at the end of her training phase
- Jun 23, 2020, Summary Judgment GrantedU.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana
Plaintiff, a prisoner at Wabash Correctional Facility, alleged a Section 1983 claim for a deliberate indifference to his medical needs in violation of the 8th amendment.
- Jun 22, 2020, Affirmation of Summary Judgment6th Circuit Court of Appeals
The Plaintiff had complained that his civil rights were violated with respect to his medical treatment in jail. The court granted summary judgment finding that he had not met his burden to show that they exercised deliberate indifference in his medical treatment
- Jun 2, 2020, Summary Judgment GrantedU.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio, Eastern Division
Summary judgment granted in favor of school district on claims of copyright and trademark infringement
- Mar 6, 2020, Motion for Judgment on the PleadingsUnited States District Court Northern District of Ohio (Eastern Division)
Defense of police chief and captain against Fourteenth Amendment claim that the police department failed to adequately investigate the circumstances of the death of Plaintiff’s family member.
- Oct 23, 2019Fairfield
Defense of damages in an admitted liability auto accident.
- Sep 27, 2019United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana
Obtained summary judgment on behalf of urologist for who was allegedly deliberately indifferent to a prisoner’s serious medical needs in treating kidney stones on the basis that he was not a state actor acting under the color of law to be liable under Section 1983.
- Aug 27, 2019, Motion For Summary JudgmentLicking
Defense of gender discrimination case.
- Jun 3, 2019, Summary JudgmentDelaware
Defense of premises liability case alleging significant injury
- Apr 25, 2018Ohio Supreme Court
Christopher Plank, Administrator of the Estate of Monica Plank v. City of Bellefontaine and City of Bellefontaine Water Department
Defense of municipality in wrongful death case, arguing against jurisdiction
- Nov 20, 20173rd District Court of Appeals
Christopher Plank, Administrator of the Estate of Monica Plank v. City of Bellefontaine and City of Bellefontaine Water Department
Defense of municipality in wrongful death case
- Sep 29, 2017U.S. District Court, Northern Ohio
Defense of governmental liability claim for property damages arising out of demolition of Plaintiff’s condemned property.
- Sep 22, 2017, Judgment Affirmed5th Appellate Dist
S.C., A Minor, et al. v. Licking Co. Health Dept., et al.
Plaintiff appealed adverse trial court judgment in governmental premises liability personal injury claim
- Sep 12, 2017, Judgment Affirmed4th Appellate Dist
T. Anderson, et al. v. Warren Local School District Board of Education
Plaintiffs appealed adverse trial court judgment in claim by homeowners alleging trespass and negligence by school district for fronting damages to their residences.
- Aug 17, 2017Cuyahoga
Defense of public record request/injunction
- Jul 11, 2017, Judgment Affirmed5th Appellate Dist
Patterson v. Licking Township
Plaintiff appealed adverse trial court judgment in governmental liability claim based on wage and hour compensation
- Owens v. Franklin Township Police DepartmentJul 10, 2017Franklin
Defense of governmental liability police action for false imprisonment claim
- Aug 19, 2016U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
Defense of First Amendment Freedom of Speech Claims
- Dec 21, 2015, Motion to Dismiss GrantedHamilton
Defense of intentional infliction of emotion distress claim
- Dec 10, 2015, Judgment Affirmed8th Appellate Dist
D. Bentkowski v. Seven Hills, et al.
Plaintiff appealed adverse trial court judgment in employee claim against governmental entity in wrongful disclosure, invasion of privacy, retaliation and conspiracy
- Aug 26, 2015, Permit deniedMarion
Defense of conditional use permit appeal from property owner
- May 8, 2015, Judgment Affirmed1st Appellate Dist
George Fisher v. Amberley Village
Client appealed validity of tax levy by Village for providing police services.
- Apr 22, 2015U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
Defense of municipality
- Feb 20, 2015U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
Defended citizen’s First Amendment challenge to municipal sign ordinance.
- Feb 6, 2015, Reversed6th Appellate Dist
H. Stanton v. Jerusalem Twp., et al.
Governmental defendant appealed adverse trial court judgment granting fire chief judgment for wrongful termination.
- Apr 1, 2014, Judgment AffirmedU.S. District Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
LaBorde v. City of Gahanna and RITA
Plaintiff appealed governmental liability class action claim against City and Regional Income Taxing Authority based on constitutional rights regarding computation of City income tax credit.
- Jan 29, 2014Meigs
Defense of bus and auto liability personal injury claim for governmental liability
- Nov 19, 2013U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
Defense of 1983 civil rights claims in using excessive force, illegal seizure and malicious prosecution.
- Jun 14, 2013, Summary JudgmentCuyahoga
Defense of improper design of a sanitary sewer system causing erosion to property
- May 22, 2013, Summary JudgmentU.S. District Court, Northern District
Defense of government regarding constitutional claims
- Mar 15, 2013, Trial Court Granted Defendants Motion for Summary JudgmentCuyahoga
Defense of municipality
- Mar 6, 2013, Plaintiff VerdictFranklin
Defense of sexual harassment in employment and governmental context as well as gender discrimination case
- Feb 25, 2013, Reversed and Summary Judgment Granted7th Appellate Dist
C. Rastaedt v. City of Youngstown
Defendant appealed governmental liability case to court of appeals based on trial courts denial of summary judgment in personal injury claim arising out of municipalitys duty to maintain highways.
- Jul 13, 2012, Trial Court Granted Defendants Motion for Summary JudgmentCuyahoga
Defense of premise liability claim
- May 31, 2012, Reversed and Remanded8th Appellate Dist
Michael A. Lingo, et al. v. State of Ohio, et al./Thomas E. Day, Jr., Clerk of Court Bedford Muni. Ct., Victoria Dailey, Clerk of Court Chardon Muni. Court, and Lisa Mastrangelo, Clerk of Court of the Willoughby Mun. Court
Whether the named plaintiffs and a class of similarly situated plaintiffs are entitled to declaratory relief, injunctive relief and damages related to alleged overcharged court costs by clerks of court
- Apr 18, 2011, Favorable OutcomeFranklin
Eminent domain proceedings to value 'taking' of property valuation claim for public utility pipeline easement use
- Mar 4, 2011, Favorable OutcomeLake
Defense of governmental liability wrongful death claim involving drowning
- Nov 16, 2010, Judgment Affirmed10th Appellate Dist
Richard Weldon, et al. v. Prairie Township, et al.
Plaintiff appealed adverse trial court judgment in claim for damages arising out of township’s independent contractor work.
- Sep 29, 2010, Judgment Affirmed6th Appellate Dist
Murray Mining Coal Companies v. Rockies Express Pipeline
Plaintiff appealed adverse trial court judgment in claims for conversion of coal rights and injunctive relief against construction of utility pipeline.
- May 26, 2010, Favorable OutcomeU.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
Defense of eminent domain utility easement valuation claim
- Apr 28, 2010, Favorable OutcomeU.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
Execution of eminent domain valuation claim
- Apr 27, 2010, Judgment Reversed10th Appellate Dist
Pomante v. Maritime Ashland Pipeline
Plaintiff appealed adverse trial court judgment in attack on pipeline easement dimensions
- Mar 22, 2010, Affirmed5th Appellate Dist
Shawnee Assoiciates, LP v. Village of Shawnee Hills, et al.
Plaintiff appealed adverse trial court judgment in governmental liability claim arising out of utility assessments.
- Feb 12, 2010Franklin
Defense of township in property damage claim
- Aug 19, 2022
- May 7, 2021
- Press Release, Dec 3, 2020
- Press Release, Oct 19, 2020
- Press Release, Oct 19, 2020
- Zachary B. Pyers Receives Outstanding Young Lawyer Award From the Ohio Association of Civil Trial AttorneysPress Release, Nov 26, 2019
- Press Release, Nov 17, 2019
- Press Release, Nov 14, 2019
- Sep 9, 2019
- Press Release, May 18, 2017
- Press Release, Dec 16, 2014
- Press Release, Oct 8, 2012
- Webinar, Nov 4, 2020
- Depositions of Corporate RepresentativesColumbus, OH, Jun 19, 2019
- In Ohio, Electronic Classrooms Must Demonstrate Actual Student Participation to Receive FundingCleveland, OH, Dec 7, 2018
- Municipal Law UpdateCleveland, OH, Feb 23, 2018
- Business Development and Client IssuesWomen in Law Section Meeting - Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Assn. Cleveland, OH, Sep 3, 2014
- The Defense of Police Officers and Political SubdivisionsLorman Education Series CLE - Cleveland, OH, Mar 29, 2013
- The Defense of Police Officers and Political SubdivisionsCleveland, OH, Mar 21, 2013
- Municipal Liability For Failing To Maintain Road and Public LandsDec 12, 2011
- Public Law Update SeminarToledo Bar Association CLE, Nov 29, 2011
- Police Liability For Jail Injuries, Deliberate Indifference to Medical Needs and Emergency Call AccidentsMar 4, 2011
- Employment Practices and Police and Fire Civil Servants, Ohio Plans Fire Chief and Police Chief SeminarDelaware, Ohio, Aug 21, 2008
- Avoiding the Pitfalls of FMLA, Ohio Township AssociationColumbus, Ohio, May 6, 2008
- A Review of Significant Governmental CasesDec 21, 2007
- A Deep Dive Into OSHA’s New Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard – What Your Business Needs to KnowEmployment Law Newsletter, November 2021, Nov 17, 2021
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act Imposes Paid Leave Obligations on a Broad Range of Public EntitiesPublic Entity/Government Liability Practice Group E-Blast, Apr 15, 2020
- Ohio Township News, a Publication of the Ohio Township Association, Spring 2020
- Published Case, Jun 19, 2017
- State ex. rel. Maddox v. Lincoln Hts., 147 Ohio St. 3d 213, 2016-Ohio-5001, Dec 5, 2016
- Published case: Lingo, et al v. State of Ohio, et al. 138 Ohio St.3d 427, 2014-Ohio-1052, Jun 9, 2014
- Governmental/Public Entry Law in IndianaReminger Client Tools, Dec 1, 2012
- Kentucky Governmental/Public Entity Liability MonographClient Tools and Resources, Nov 13, 2012
- Reminger Attorneys Appointed to Positions With City of MaumeeMaumee Mirror - Toledo, OH, Oct 12, 2012
- Ohio Court Extends Recreational Use Immunity to Injuries Received in Motor Vehicle Accidents Going to and from Recreational ActivitiesThe Public Entities of Ohio Newsletter-First Issue, Feb 21, 2012
- Public Entities Pool of Ohio Newsletter 2011 4th Issue, Dec 12, 2011
- E-News Brief, Jul 5, 2011
- Watershed Sixth Circuit Opinion Eliminates Certification Process from FLSA Actions in Favor of a Strong Likelihood StandardMay 30, 2023
- Dec 20, 2022
- Nov 21, 2022
- Ohio Supreme Court finds no coverage under CGL Policy for Pharmaceutical Distributer of Prescription Opioids Sued by Governmental EntitiesSep 19, 2022
- Ohio Stiffens Its Anti-Hazing Law Creating Harsher Civil And Criminal Penalties For Hazing, A Mandatory Hazing Curriculum For College Students, And Online Reporting Of Hazing ViolationsSep 2, 2021
- Both High Court and Lawmakers Facing Important Decisions Regarding “Qualified Immunity” and Police Protection from Civil SuitsJun 10, 2020
- Jul 25, 2018
- May 24, 2017
- Eighth District Court of Appeals Limits Future Medical Damages Against Political Subdivisions Based on the Affordable Care ActAug 9, 2016
- Jun 22, 2015
- Sep 24, 2014
- Apr 30, 2014
- Apr 7, 2014
- Ohio Supreme Court Rules that the Recreational User Statute Provides Immunity for Property Owners, Even for Manmade HazardsFeb 19, 2014
- Oct 24, 2013
- Oct 10, 2013
- May 1, 2013
- Dec 19, 2012
- Dec 6, 2012
- Nov 13, 2012
- Ohio Court of Appeals Denies Class Action Lawsuit Brought Against Ohio Municipal Courts Overcharging Criminal Court CostsJun 7, 2012
- Jun 6, 2012
- Apr 5, 2012
- Mar 2, 2012
- Feb 29, 2012
- Oct 27, 2011
- Jul 12, 2011
- Jun 27, 2011
- Ohio Court Extends Recreational Use Immunity to Injuries Received in Motor Vehicle Accidents Going to and from Recreational ActivitiesFeb 9, 2011
- Dec 7, 2010
- Governmental Immunity Denied for Proprietary FunctionNov 26, 2010
- Nov 24, 2010
- Apr 21, 2010
- The Operation of a Public Housing Authority is a Governmental Function within the Meaning of Ohio's Sovereign-Immunity StatutesApr 29, 2009
- Nov 15, 2007
- The Ohio Supreme Court Extends Immunity To Political Subdivision For The Discretionary Acts Of EmployeesSep 13, 2007
All Practice Group Attorneys
- Patrick Kasson
- Ronald A. Mingus
- David R. Hudson
- Thomas N. Spyker
- Vincent P. Antaki
- Alexandria M. Balduff
- Alex M. Beeman
- Nicholas G. Brunette
- Brett Clayton
- Melvin J. Davis
- Andrew Domozick
- Hannah R. Duschl
- Kevin P. Foley
- Michael P. Gilbride
- Richard R. Gillum III
- Gregory G. Guice
- Justin D. Harris
- Justin T. Haubner
- Kent Hushion
- Lyndsay I. Ignasiak
- Jackie M. Jewell
- Kelly Johns
- B. Scott Jones
- Jonathan Krol
- Nathan A. Lennon
- Mark A. MacDonald
- Mac Malone
- Rafael P. McLaughlin
- Keona R. Padgett
- Zachary B. Pyers
- Michael D. Rice
- Austin Richards
- Codie J. Ross
- Jim Schirmer
- Matthew L. Schrader
- Mrinali Sethi
- Timothy B. Spille
- Michael J. Valentine
- Stephen E. Walters
- Robert D. Warner
- Trevor Wells
- Holly Marie Wilson