Recent Case News – February 2017

Litigating in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, Attorneys Jeff Turner and David Shaver recently secured a summary judgment in favor of their client, an Indiana collection agency accused of various violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. […]

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New Public Records Appeals Process in Ohio

Generally, when a request for public records is submitted, the requested records must be made available for inspection.  R.C. 149.43(B)(1).  In addition, when the requested records contain information that is exempt from the Public Records Law, the information in the public record that is not exempt must still be made […]

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Recent Ohio Supreme Court Case Regarding Road Obstructions and Immunity

Immunity Under R.C. Chapter 2744 Generally, pursuant to R.C. Chapter 2744, political subdivisions are not liable for injury or death to persons in connection with the political subdivision’s performance of a governmental or proprietary function.  However, R.C. § 2744.02(B)(3) provides exceptions to that general grant of immunity, including one for […]

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