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2014-1062 State of Ohio v. Walter Polus OPEN 9/3/2014 "Whether a trial court may impose consecutive sentences for felony and misdemeanor convictions under R.C. 2929.41(B)(1)."
2014-0862 Paul Risner as Co-Administrator of the Estate of Amber Rsner, a Deceased Minor et al. v. Ohio Department of Transportation et al. OPEN 9/3/2014 Appellant's Proposition of Law: When ODOT makes discrete highway improvements, only those particular improvements need to meet the current construction standards.
2014-0812 Northpoint Properties, Inc. v. Charter One Bank, F.S.B., et al. OPEN 9/3/2014 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. 3: The statutory cap on punitive damage awards, R.C. 2315.221(D)(2), applies prospectively to all awards of punitive damages entered after the effective date of the statute.
2014-0812 Northpoint Properties, Inc. v. Charter One Bank, F.S.B., et al. OPEN 9/3/2014 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. 4: An award of punitive damages of nine times the amount of compensatory damages, made to a non vulnerable plaintiff that suffered only economic injury, violates the due process clauses of the Ohio and United States Constitutions.
2014-0804 Hans Michael Corban v. Chesapeake Exploration, L.L.C., et al. OPEN 7/23/2014 1. Does the 2006 version or the 1989 version of the ODMA apply to claims asserted after 2006 alleging that the rights to oil, gas, and other minerals automatically vested in the surface land holder prior to the 2006 amendments as a result of abandonment?
2014-0804 Hans Michael Corban v. Chesapeake Exploration, L.L.C., et al. OPEN 7/23/2014 2. Is the payment of a delay rental during the primary term of an oil and gas lease a title transaction and "savings event" under the ODMA?
2014-0803 Jon Walker, Jr. v. Patricia J. Shondrick-Nau, Executrix of the Estate of John R. Noon and Successor Trustee of the John R. Noon Trust OPEN 9/3/2014 Proposition of Law No. I: The 2006 version of the DMA is the only version of the DMA to be applied after June 30, 2006, the effective date of said statute.
2014-0803 Jon Walker, Jr. v. Patricia J. Shondrick-Nau, Executrix of the Estate of John R. Noon and Successor Trustee of the John R. Noon Trust OPEN 9/3/2014 Proposition of Law No. II: To establish a mineral interest as "deemed abandoned" under the 1989 version of the DMA, the surface owner must have taken some action to establish abandonment prior to June 30, 2006. In all cases where a surface owner failed to take such action, only the 2006 version of the DMA can be used to obtain relief.
2014-0803 Jon Walker, Jr. v. Patricia J. Shondrick-Nau, Executrix of the Estate of John R. Noon and Successor Trustee of the John R. Noon Trust OPEN 9/3/2014 Proposition of Law No. III: To the extent the 1989 version of the DMA remains applicable, the 20-year look-back period shall be calculated starting on the date a complaint is filed which first raises a claim under the 1989 version of the DMA.
2014-0803 Jon Walker, Jr. v. Patricia J. Shondrick-Nau, Executrix of the Estate of John R. Noon and Successor Trustee of the John R. Noon Trust OPEN 9/3/2014 Proposition of Law No. IV: For purposes of R.C. 5301.56(L3)(3), a severed oil and gas mineral interest is the "subject of' any title transaction which specifically identifies the recorded document creating that interest by volume and page number, regardless of whether the severed mineral interest is actually transferred or reserved.
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